“Something I have learned over many years is that you need to do it well, meaning you need to find what works best for you. Whether if it is taking a break between assignments or working on one subject a time, find your strengths and weaknesses,” -Camy Aguinaldo
“Obviously when you play against a pressing team you need to take care of the basketball and you will get good percentage shots,” said Whitworth head coach Matt Logie “We got a little sloppy late in the first half, but really tightened things up in the second half and played well.”
This season proved a lot to the rest of the conference about how talented Whitworth football is.
“We have so much talent coming in and it is going to be fun to see how the team works together and all the different ways that people are able to contribute.”
“Our team is very deep this year which is great in that it is a very competitive environment with each of us trying to beat each other out in practice to figure out the five guys that will be competing in that tournament,”
Junior Leif Erickson, from Kalispell, Montana has stepped up and led the Bucs to a 4-0 record to start the season.
Despite a score of 1-0 in favor of Linfield at the end of the first half, the Pirates led the charge in offensive play with almost double the amount of shots taken than the Wildcats, showing Pirate ability to develop the plays and set up the shots.
Whitworth women’s golf traveled to Bremerton, Washington Sept. 29-30 to compete in the University of Puget Sound Invitational, and placed third in the overall team standings.
“Overall the team seems really happy about this weekend. We played well enough and found things to work on in this off-season, so we can come out stronger than before.” said Lee.
Saturday, Sept. 29th Whitworth football defeated Linfield for the first time in 12 years.