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These are just a few recent, noteworthy events and accomplishments from the world of Whitman athletics. Go to whitman.edu/athletics to read more.

Baseball

  • The team won the most games since 1975, going 16-22 for the 2012-13 season.
  • The Missionaries had the second highest win total in the Northwest Conference since entering Division III in 1998 (8 wins).
  • Cam Young ’14 and Aaron Cohen ’14 made the All-NWC Second Team and Spencer Hobson ’13 and Justin Weeks ’13, along with outfielder Kyle Moyes ’14, were named Honorable Mention.
  • Sean Kinney ’05 was named head coach of Whitman.

Men’s Tennis

  • The team won its 102nd consecutive regular season NWC match, going 12-0 to win its sixth straight NWC title.
  • The Missionaries appeared in their fifth straight NCAA Tournament.
  • Colton Malesovas ’15 was named NWC Player of the Year.
  • Malesovas qualified in singles for the NCAA Individual Championships.
  • Andrew La Cava ’14 and Colton Malesovas qualified in doubles for the NCAA Individual Championships.

Women’s Tennis

  • The team won its first NWC title since 1988 and its first since entering Division III, going 12-0 in the conference.
  • The team earned its second straight NCAA Tournament berth.
  • Courtney Lawless ’15 was named NWC Player of the Year (unanimous first-team selection).
  • Alyssa Roberg ’13 was named First Team All-NWC for the fourth consecutive season.
  • Morgan Lawless ’15 was named First Team All-NWC.
  • John Hein was named NWC Coach of the Year.
  • Courtney Lawless ’15 qualified in singles for the NCAA Individual Championships.
  • Alyssa Roberg ’13 and Courtney Lawless ’15 qualified in doubles for the NCAA Individual Championships.

Men’s Golf

  • Geoff Burks ’13 and Scott Martin ’15 were named Second Team All-NWC (both finished tied for fourth at the NWC Championships).

Women’s Golf

  • The team finished second in the NWC.
  • Kelly Sweeney ’15 was named First Team All-NWC.
  • Catie Zajicek ’14 and Catelyn Webber ’14 were named Second Team All-NWC.

Awards

  • Mignon Borleske Trophy – Alyssa Roberg ’13, Women’s tennis
  • Raymond Vincent Borleske Trophy – Kevin Dyer ’13, Men’s swimming