Saturday is the final tune up before the Northwest Conference Championships when the Puget Sound men’s and women’s cross country teams race in the Lewis & Clark Invitational at McIver State Park in Estacada, Oregon.
The Puget Sound football program joins the nation in celebrating 150 years of college football when the Loggers welcome their oldest rivals to Baker Stadium Saturday, Oct. 19. Puget Sound and Pacific Lutheran kickoff at 1 p.m. in a Northwest Conference battle.
No Northwest Conference volleyball team has a better record than Puget Sound in its last six matches. The Loggers beat Linfield, 3-1 (25-20, 25-23, 18-25, 25-22), in Memorial Fieldhouse Saturday night.
Better late than never. The Puget Sound men’s soccer team was held off the scoreboard for 89 minutes until Luke Murdock scored the equalizer with seconds left to spare in a 1-1 tie at Pacific Lutheran.
Several Loggers turned heads during the Puget Sound swim team’s Logger Relays in Wallace Pool Saturday afternoon. Both the Logger men’s and women’s teams placed fourth overall. Puget Sound competed with NCAA D-I Seattle University, D-II Simon Fraser, Pacific Lutheran, and Southwest Oregon Community College.
The No. 23 Puget Sound women’s soccer team nearly found the back of the net, but it was an early Pacific Lutheran goal that held as the game-winner for the Lutes to collect a 1-0 win on Wednesday afternoon.
Senior linebacker Dwight Jackson and sophomore kicker Alex Everett both received Northwest Conference honors following the Puget Sound football team’s 24-23 overtime win against George Fox in Baker Stadium (Oct. 5).