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Despite having nothing to play for but pride and Tacoma bragging rights going into the final Northwest Conference game of the season against University of Puget Sound, the Pacific Lutheran University Men’s soccer team gave a good account of themselves, but ultimately fell 2-1 at UPS in Tacoma. “It’s...

By Christian Bond, Guest Writer Rivalry games are one of the best parts of college sports, and rivalry games with conference implications are even better. The...

By Giancarlo Santoro, Sports Editor Game 1 It’s a tight race for first place at the top of the Northwest Conference table, and the visiting Willamette...

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...

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...

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 Deborah Cabanos, Guest Writer Game 1 The sun graced East Field last Saturday as the Pacific Lutheran University and Lewis & Clark College women’s...

It seems in sports, that all the attention goes to the head coach of the team. They are, after all, supposed to be the brains of the operation, which...

The sun graced East Field last Saturday as the Pacific Lutheran and Lewis & Clark women’s soccer teams battled it out during a high paced game. The game went into a double overtime with PLU winning 2-1. It was the fifth straight time these two teams have gone to overtime starting since 2012.  Jumping into action, the game started out fast with Emily Thompson...

By Giancarlo Santoro, Sports Writer There are officially less than 50 days until the opening game of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil this summer, but it’s not yet clear which team is going to bring the world’s biggest sporting prize back to its home country. Just because everyone is secretly thinking it, I have to get it out in the open — it won’t be...