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By Giancarlo Santoro, Sports Writer While the Pacific Lutheran University track and field teams put forth a valiant effort at the Northwest Conference Championships this past weekend, results on the men and women’s sides were mixed. With the championships held at University of Puget Sound’s Baker...

The Northwest Conference Multi-Event Championships only invite the best athletes from around the Pacific Northwest region to compete for regional glory. One of those athletes is junior Hannah Walton. Walton recently qualified for the prestigious two-day event in the heptathlon. Walton easily surpassed the 2,879 point total to qualify for the championship meet — she tallied...

As each second passes, senior Matt VanEaton widens his smile and tightens his grip on a medieval death device. Don’t be fooled. He’s not a serial killer....

By John Tveter, sports writer On a rainy Saturday, Pacific Lutheran University’s track and field athletes competed in their lone home meet of the season.  The team’s opponents included Saint Martins, Western Washington, Central Washington, Puget Sound, and other small colleges and community colleges from around the area. Competing against a plethora of teams, the...

By Giancarlo Santoro, Sports Writer As Pacific Lutheran University’s frigid winter sports season comes to a close, spring sports are right around...

By Brandon Adam, Sports Writer Pacific Lutheran pulled off impressive feats in the Northwest Conference Track Championships last weekend at Willamette, despite fierce competition. Head Throwing Coach Dan Haakenson’s throwers did not disappoint in their performance. First-year Marissa Gonzalez placed first in the women’s shot put, throwing 12.63 meters and also placed...