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By David Mair, General Writer Game 1 Pacific Lutheran University’s Women’s Soccer team went up against the Whitman Missionaries on Saturday at East Field, and despite taking the lead first, the Lutes ultimately fell 2-1 in its Northwest Conference game. Prior to the match, the Lutes sat nicely atop of...

By Austin Hilliker, Guest Writer One year ago, the Seattle Seahawks sat atop an impressive 6-1 record, where they utterly dominated almost every team in...

By Giancarlo Santoro, Sports Editor As we start to get into the tail-end of October, it may surprise many of you to know that October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Unfortunately, it may not be as much of a surprise that a number of talented professional athletes are currently either on trial or being investigated for domestic violence. One high-profile example...

By Steven McGrain, Guest Writer The Pacific Lutheran University football team played out an unorthodox Northwest Conference game against Pacific University on Saturday, falling to the Boxers 31-28 for the first time since 1972. PLU’s defense faced off against a strong Pacific offense who simply played their best football at home in Forest Grove, Ore. Pacific’s junior...

By Christian Bond and Deborah Cabanos Game 1 Looking to make a run toward the top of the table to end the season, the Pacific Lutheran University Men’s Soccer team took out the Whitman Missionaries in its Northwest Conference game at East Field with a 2-0 victory. Hovering around .500 midway through the season is not really a place any sports team wants to be, but that’s...

After his third interception of the day, quarterback Dalton Ritchey hung his head in sorrow. Ritchey has not had a illustrious career against Linfield;...

By David Mair, General Writer As James Earl Jones put it, “the only constant through all the years has been baseball”. It’s the great American pastime. An...

When the Pacific Lutheran University Women’s soccer team tied the NCAA record for most ties in a season in 2012, many of the players and coaching staff, surprisingly enough, saw it as an improvement. Seven ties overall and a sixth place finish in Northwest Conference is nothing to write home about, especially considering the league is comprised of only nine teams....

By Austin Hilliker, Guest Writer The Lutes football team took on the Tigers of Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas and won 38-14 last Saturday. This...

Stop for a second and think of the term “democracy.” It’s one that almost every American has ingrained into their minds practically since birth,...