By Heather Pearson
Willamette is allocating roughly 2.5 million dollars toward capital projects for athletic facilities to increase compliance with Title IX requirements for female athletes. An expected 1.7 million will be put toward improvements of Sparks Field, $500,000 to locker rooms in McCulloch Stadium
By Aaron Oda
This week in sports was all about making plays. The teams who were able to make the big play in the big situation found themselves winning some crucial games throughout the different sports. We saw the most action and some real good
By Dru Draper & Rachel Fischer
PLAYOFFS ARE HERE! Thank you to everyone that helped make this soccer and volleyball season special. Congratulations to the teams who made the playoffs! It’s going to be fun watching all the teams compete for the coveted T-shirt!
By Dani Sauners
On Friday night, the Willamette Volleyball team traveled north to play the Lewis and Clark College Pioneers. It was a tough match for the Bearcats, as they were without their leading hitter, sophomore Kendall Fox, and it showed as they lost 3-0.
By Jarin Kobashigawa
On Sunday afternoon, the lady Bearcats took on George Fox University, but unfortunately fell short of a victory. The Bruins took an early 1-0 lead in the 18th minute when a goal was scored off of a deflection following a
By Alexander Gordon
This offseason we’ve seen almost unprecedented star player movement, and it has certainly changed the competitive landscape of the league. For this preview I will touch on all these major moves to see how much they really change things.
As a caveat,
By Eric Del Prado
Major League Baseball is in the thick of its postseason, and these series’ are even better than anticipated.
The American League Division Series currently has the two favorites winning. As of Sunday, Oct. 8, the Houston Astros lead the Boston Red
By Carrie Fox
The Willamette women’s soccer team competed in two games this weekend, tying against Puget Sound University and losing to George Fox University. While the men’s soccer team challenged Willamette’s archrival, Linfield College and came out victorious. On Saturday, the Lady Bearcats played
By Jarod Todeschi
The annual Willamette University Family Weekend comedy show was a hit this year. The multi-generational crowd was full of fun and adjusted well to the light, fast-paced feel of the show, performed by one of the troupes of The Second City Touring
By Emma Giron
Fall is officially here! Many people have awaited the changing of the leaves, chilling of the air and the overall fall energy that takes over. If you are looking for ways to celebrate the fall festivities, look no further. Below are upcoming