It is the beginning of September, meaning the start of sports for Whittier College, the Women’s Volleyball team being one of them.
The Men’s Basketball team went on a trip to Rio de Janeiro, that consisted of both on the court duties and off the court experiences.
It is a new year for sports as orientation starts this week. Many of our returning athletes and coaches are excited for the new year.
Whittier College has had a successful season with many runners and field throwers breaking records and winning events.
Whittier’s Women’s Water Polo team made an impressive run this season as they made it to the SCIAC Final, just coming up short.
Whittier’s Softball team has been running an impressive season going 21 – 15 so far, as they try and make a push for a playoff spot.
Sebastian Pimertal the second year starting quarterback for the Poets already carries himself at a high professionalism, but how does this extend to on and off the field.
Whittier baseball has returned to campus after a year of COVID-19 restrictions. Will this be the year the Poets win the SCIAC Championship?
The Poets Men’s Lacrosse Team has started their season strong; with six wins straight, there is a lot to look forward to.
Teani White earns SCIAC Athlete of the Year after propelling Whittier College Women’s Basketball to Championship win.