Fresh off its first win of the season, the Puget Sound lacrosse team heads to Colorado for non-conference games against Johnson & Wales (March 19) and Marian (March 20) this week. Both games are at Aurora Sports Park in Aurora, Colorado.
Although Nicole Bouche’s streak came to an end, the Puget Sound women’s tennis team pushed its win streak to three matches with a 6-3 victory at Pacific Sunday. The Logger men lost at home against the Boxers, 9-0.
The Puget Sound men’s tennis team nearly won its first match of the season, but it came up short at home against Willamette, 5-4, Saturday. The Logger women won their second consecutive match with a 6-3 victory at Willamette.
One-run games continue to stifle the Puget Sound baseball team as Whittier won both ends of a doubleheader, 5-4 and 6-5 (10 inn.), in non-conference action Saturday afternoon. The Loggers have suffered six one-run losses this season, including three in their last four games.
The Puget Sound softball team was unphased by a rough first inning, but the Loggers were unable to complete a comeback at home against Whitworth, 6-3, in the first game of a Northwest Conference doubleheader Saturday afternoon. Whitworth won the second game, 8-0.
For the first time in March, the Puget Sound men’s tennis team hosts a pair of Northwest Conference matches when it welcomes Willamette (March 16) and Pacific (March 17) to the Tennis Pavilion this weekend. Meanwhile, the Logger women compete on the road against the Bearcats and Boxers.
The Puget Sound baseball team returns to the Golden State to take on four Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) teams over the course of four days. The Loggers have a doubleheader at Whittier (March 16), followed by single games at Occidental (March 17), at Cal Lutheran (March 18), and at Pomona-Pitzer (March 19).
After losing a couple of close games, Mason Quinlan and Puget Sound baseball team finished their three-game Northwest Conference home series against Pacific Lutheran with a walk-off win, 6-5, Sunday afternoon. The Loggers lost the first game of Sunday’s doubleheader, 6-5.
Backed by the efforts of Reynn Hoshide and Cole Albert, the Puget Sound men’s golf team placed fourth out of 10 teams during the Puget Sound Invitational, which concluded Sunday. Kristi Koyanagi led the Logger women to fourth place.
The top four players for the Puget Sound women’s tennis team won each of their singles and doubles matches as the Loggers beat George Fox, 7-2, in the Tennis Pavilion Sunday afternoon. The Logger men, meanwhile, lost at George Fox, 9-0.
The Puget Sound softball team held a 3-1 lead through four innings against Pacific, but the Boxers rallied for a 5-3 win at Logger Field Saturday afternoon. Puget Sound lost the second game, 8-0 (5 inn.).
Emery Bradlina earned a top finish and 2018 All-NWC honoree AJ Johnson made his first appearance in the 2019 outdoor track & field season when Puget Sound competed in the Pacific Lutheran Invitational Saturday afternoon.
Lisa Owen and Nicole Bouche remain undefeated in NCAA D-III matches, but the Puget Sound women’s tennis team lost at home against Lewis & Clark, 6-3, Saturday afternoon. The Logger men fell on the road against the Pioneers, 9-0.