The Whittier College Men’s Water Polo team again pulled off a huge win within Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) play Thursday night as they held off Claremont-M-S 8-7 at Axelrood Pool.
The Division III National Individual Rankings for Women’s Golf were announced Wednesday and Whittier College saw sophomore Taylor Beckwith (Turlock, Calif.), and juniors Kajal Vitha (Whittier, Calif.) and Madison Crimi-Demichele (San Jose, Calif.) earn recognition.
The Division III National Polls for Women’s Golf were announced Wednesday by Golfstat and the Whittier College Women’s Golf team saw themselves come in at No. 28, the second highest ranking among Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) schools.
The Whittier College Men’s Soccer team tested the No. 13 ranked Bulldogs of the University of Redlands in the first half of Wednesday night’s contest but couldn’t hold it in the second half as they fell 4-1 at Farquhar Field.
The first Division III 2017-18 National Polls for Men’s Golf were released Wednesday by Golfstat and the Whittier College Poets find themselves at No. 66, the highest ranking achieved under Head Coach Jason Nunez.
The members of the Poet Student Athlete Leadership Academy had a very informative past few sessions. With a guest speaker, a look into what makes them the great athletes they are and the opportunity to understand themselves a little more. In our second session of the semester, the athletes took a look at their personal DISC assessments which translated their own personalities as athletes into four different traits.
The first Division III Regional Rankings were published Tuesday by the NCAA and the Whittier College Volleyball team saw themselves slide into the No. 3 spot, which is the first time the program has ever achieved a Division III regional ranking.
Sophomore Camryn Purdom (Moreno Valley, Calif.) was just named the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Athlete of the Week for Volleyball announced by the conference office Monday.
The Whittier College Men’s and Women’s Cross Country teams continue to improve placing 5th and 6th, respectively, of 13 teams at the Pomona Invitational. Whittier’s 4th (KamRon Perry (San Jose, Calif.)) and 5th (David Del Carmen (Huntington Beach, Calif.)) males closed some gaps and the Poet 2nd (Jessica Iribe) and 5th (Esmeralda Martinez) females were upside surprises. While the top seven per team are all important scorers in the sport of cross country, Coach Greg Phillips credited the aforementioned foursome the most for the positive team results.
The Whittier College Men’s Soccer team kept the game close in the early stages of Saturday nights game against Chapman University but couldn’t find the back of the goal as they fell 3-0 at Memorial Stadium.
Playing reserves a majority of the game Saturday morning, the Whittier College Men’s Water Polo team was able to roll the Beavers of the California Institute of Technology 17-12 at the Lillian Slade Aquatic Center.
The Whittier College men's golf team put forth a valiant effort on Tuesday's final round of the InterWest Wildcat Classic finishing 9th overall with a 621, which was good enough to edge Division II Cal State Dominguez Hills (622) and Chico State (“B”) (625).
The Poet Student-Athlete Leadership Academy (PSALA) put on a great event this past weekend, inviting all the new freshman and transfer athletes to come out to our brand new football stadium and take part in The Amazing Race!
The Whittier College Men’s Water Polo team remained perfect in Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) play Wednesday afternoon as they held off Cal Lutheran University 10-7 at the Samuelson Aquatics Center.
Student-athletes, parents, alumni, College trustees, and community members joined the Whittier College Athletic Department, Executive Director of Athletics Robert Coleman and President Sharon Herzberger for a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the new Wallace “Chief” Newman Field and Aubrey-Bonham Track.