We Are One [Of A Kind]

We all know that Loggers truly are one of a kind. We are an extraordinary community that includes Loggers from virtually al walks of life and spans generations. We share in common a distinctive culture and a remarkable campus. As individuals and a community, we have enormous impact. This campaign seeks to raise support for financial aid, academic programs and other strategic campus initiatives, including a new aquatic center and expanded fitness center. To learn more and out the campaign and to meet a few of our kind, please visit the campaign website.

Below are a few renderings of the new aquatic center and expanded fitness center.

 

The main entrance to the facility from N. 11th St.

The new aquatic center features an eight-lane competition pool and a three-lane warmup pool.

This is the lower level of the expanded fitness center with a glimpse of the climbing wall and the treadmills looking out onto East Field.

The upper level of the expanded fitness center features more workout equipment with a view of Mt. Rainier.

A cafe will be just inside the main entrance off N. 11th St.


This will be the view from the main entrance of the cafe and the new Hall of Fame room.

A new climbing wall will be part of the expanded fitness center.

 

Allison Embernate
Kihei, Hawaii
Seabury Hall

4-0 the easy way! Allison Embernate had a terrific week on the courts, winning all four matches in convincing fashion. The junior won all but four games the entire weekend, tallying singles victories of 6-1, 6-0 and 6-0, 6-1. Her 6-0, 6-1 win at George Fox Saturday helped the Loggers clinch their first NWC Tournament appearance since at least 2008. She and Sara Nielsen also teamed up for an 8-0 sweep of the Bruins' Shelby Arnold and Jessica Moss as well, leading the Loggers to the 7-2 victory. Embernate and the rest of the Puget Sound women's tennis team take on top-seeded Whitman Saturday, April 26 at 2:00 p.m. in Walla Walla, Wash.