Sports

  • Athletics Evolution

    Whitman athletics have come a long way since the days of Scotty Cummins ’38, a hard-hitting catcher in baseball and gifted receiver in football who earned All-Conference honors in both sports.

  • Women’s Ultimate Team Soars to New Heights

    The women’s Ultimate Frisbee team qualified for nationals for the first time in school history and placed 13th while competing against giant NCAA Division I colleges like the University of Wisconsin and The Ohio State University.

  • Supercoaches: Jenn Blomme

    Jenn Blomme has spent the past decade transforming Whitman’s swim program into a Northwest Conference powerhouse.

  • Student-athlete looks to make a splash in genetic research

    Genay Pilarowski ’13 was co-captain of the women’s swim team in the 2012 season. The biology major will pursue a Ph.D. in genetics at Johns Hopkins University.

  • Walking Tall

    The women’s basketball team finished the 2012-13 season 23-6, compiling the most wins in the program’s history. The Lady Missionaries also made it all the way to the NCAA Elite 8.

  • Super Coaches: Mike Washington

    Whitman’s men’s soccer coach is part philosopher, part psychologist and part tactician.

  • Rise With Us

    A particular group of dedicated alumni, parents, students and friends of the college have been integral to the recent success of Whitman athletics. They are known as the W Club. But don’t call it a booster club.

  • Super Coaches: Jeff Northam '88

    Whitman’s men’s tennis team won the Northwest Conference Championship trophy for the sixth straight season under the leadership of six-time NWC coach of the year Jeff Northam ’88. What is the secret of his success?