Willamette Bearcats nearly scores back-to-back wins

Ivy Yeoh, Staff Writer  Willamette University and Corban University played each other to a draw at Sparks Field this past Friday, Sept. 6. On the following day, Saturday, Sept. 7, the Bearcats defeated Northwest Christian University (NCU) 3-0 at Sparks Field. On Friday, Corban and WU each took nine shots, but none made it in the net. The closest the Bearcats came was on a header by junior Max Berner-Hays at 87:13 following a corner kick. Berner-Hays sent his header past Corban goalie Nic Farr, but the ball went less than two feet wide of the left post. Sophomore Yushiro … Continue reading Willamette Bearcats nearly scores back-to-back wins

Knights Men’s Soccer Finds Offensive Rhythm in 4-1 Victory Over Linfield

McMinnville, Ore. | Warner Pacific traveled to and defeated Linfield College on Friday night in their last non-conference match of the season, 4-1, improving to a 3-1 record before heading into Cascade Collegiate Conference play. Source: Knights Men’s Soccer Finds Offensive Rhythm in 4-1 Victory Over Linfield Continue reading Knights Men’s Soccer Finds Offensive Rhythm in 4-1 Victory Over Linfield

Brandon Madsen Makes History In Saints’ 4-0 Win

LACEY, Wash. – Entering 2019, Brandon Madsen was only two goals away from etching his name at the top of the Saints’ all-time goals scored record. It wasn’t a matter of if but when Madsen would notch that record setting goal. It didn’t take along as it came in the 14th minute of the Saints’ 4-0 win over Pacific on Thursday. Source: Brandon Madsen Makes History In Saints’ 4-0 Win Continue reading Brandon Madsen Makes History In Saints’ 4-0 Win

Adam Swanson returns to the pitch after years of recovery

TRU Wolfpack welcomes back star player after the uncertainty of injury Source: Adam Swanson returns to the pitch after years of recovery Only a few months after the bronze victory for TRU, Adam went skiing in Sun Peaks with his friends; a typical Canadian winter day for Swanson. Unfortunately, circumstances went from laughter to disaster when Swanson attempted to land a risky trick. “I knew something was wrong as soon as I fell. My leg just completely snapped,” Swanson recalls, “The first thing I thought was “what have I done?”’, then I saw the bone protruding, and I passed out.” Continue reading Adam Swanson returns to the pitch after years of recovery

Gonzaga rolls past Seattle at home

The Zags bounced back in a way big following their overtime loss to Washington State. Source: Women’s soccer: Gonzaga rolls past Seattle at home Gonzaga women’s soccer braved the elements and won at home Sunday, defeating the Seattle University Redhawks by a score of 4-0 on a wet Luger Field.  The Bulldogs (4-2-0) jumped on the Redhawks (3-2-1) early after freshman forward Lauren Elwer dribbled her way through the Redhawks defense and shot past the goalkeeper’s hand just seven minutes into the match. It was Elwer’s fourth goal of the season.   “We had a lot of fun with it,” Elwer said. “[The Redhawks] are obviously a really good team, but I think it … Continue reading Gonzaga rolls past Seattle at home