The Whittier College Women's Swimming & Diving team split their second tri-meet of the season, beating the Panthers of Chapman University 147-144 before falling to the Sagehens of Pomona-Pitzer 186-110.
Senior Emilee Dy (Chino Hills, Calif.) had a strong two games for the Whittier College Women?s Basketball team over the weekend and she was recognized for it as she was named to the Ramada at Spokane Airport Whit Classic All-Tournament Team.
For the second straight game the Whittier College Men?s Basketball team fell unlucky as they dropped their first overtime game of the season 111-100 to the Banana Slugs of UC Santa Cruz wrapping up the Mission Inn Tipoff Classic.
The Whittier College Women?s Basketball team had a tough two games to open up their 2017-18 season over the weekend during the Ramada at Spokane Airport Whit Classic as they fell 87-59 to Whitworth University and 64-52 to Whitman College.
The Whittier College Men?s Water Polo team saw their winning streak come to an end Saturday morning in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Championship game as they fell 9-7 to Pomona-Pitzer.
The Whittier College Men?s Water Polo team earned the program?s first trip to the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Post Season Tournament final Friday night as they rolled Chapman University 14-9 at the Lillian Slade Aquatic Center.
The Whittier College Men?s Basketball team opened up their 2017-18 season in exciting fashion Friday afternoon at the Mission Inn Tipoff Classic as they came from behind to nearly top Linfield College falling 76-75 on the final possession.
Junior Julian Sandoval and senior Julissa Tobias are on their way to the Division III National Championships for cross-country set to take place tomorrow, Saturday, November 18 in Illinois at Principia College.
Watch the 2017 Whittier College Volleyball Highlight Video from their historic season where they finished tied for 2nd Place in the SCIAC Standings and earned a trip to the NCAA National Championships for the first time in program history.