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Difference maker

Difference maker

TAYLOR DUNLAP, Evergreen reporter

September 27, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase, Sports, Sports Weekend 2018, Women's

Since she was a kid Morgan Weaver has always been on the soccer field — it started when her dad would carry her around in a backpack while he coached. Weaver has played nearly all her life and is now an important part of the No. 9 WSU soccer team. At 4 years old, Weaver started playing with her...

A different shade of crimson

A different shade of crimson

DYLAN GREENE, Evergreen editor-in-chief

September 27, 2018


Filed under Features, Football, Men's, Sports, Sports Weekend 2018, Top-feature

Passing on an opportunity to play for one of the most storied college football programs ever isn’t easy, but Gardner Minshew II did just that in order to wear the crimson and gray. It all started it March when Minshew had already committed to transferring from East Carolina University to University...

Haro kicks off final year at WSU

Haro kicks off final year at WSU

TAYLOR DUNLAP, Evergreen reporter

September 13, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase, Sports, Sports Weekend 2018, Women's

From seeing palm trees and traffic every day in Corona, California, to viewing wheat fields and sunsets in Pullman, senior defender Maddy Haro had to make major adjustments when she committed to WSU soccer her sophomore year of high school. Haro started playing in a league when she was only 5 years...

An unexpected journey

An unexpected journey

DYLAN GREENE, Evergreen editor-in-chief

September 13, 2018


Filed under Features, Football, Men's, Sports, Sports Weekend 2018, Top-feature

When Hunter Dale realized playing football at a Division 1 school was a reality, WSU wasn’t first, second, third or even fourth on his list. In fact, Pullman wasn’t even on his radar. Of the roughly 30 scholarship offers Dale received while still in high school, none of them came from the crimson...

Meet new ‘Head Coach Leach’ in Pullman

Meet new ‘Head Coach Leach’ in Pullman

SIGMUND SEROKA, Evergreen reporter

September 13, 2018


Filed under Features, Men's, Sports

For the newly-appointed swim Head Coach Matt Leach, swimming isn’t just a hobby or a job — it is a lifestyle. Growing up in Oregon, Leach developed a love for competitive swimming at age 4 from watching his older brother and his dad, who was a coach. “If you really love what you do, you’ll...

Football holds home opener

Football holds home opener

SIGMUND SEROKA, Evergreen reporter

September 6, 2018


Filed under Features, Men's, Showcase, Sports, Sports Weekend 2018

WSU football will be heavy favorites this weekend as they take on San Jose State University in its home opener. Last time out the Cougars (1-0) traveled to Laramie to face University of Wyoming (1-1) for their first game of the season and WSU came out on top 41-19. Starting Sunday night after the...

Finding a way out

Finding a way out

DYLAN GREENE, Evergreen editor-in-chief

September 6, 2018


Filed under Features, Football, Men's, Sports, Sports Weekend 2018, Top-feature

A bed in a Motel 6, the backseat of a Chevrolet TrailBlazer and the floor of a church: all places James Williams II had to sleep and call home for about a year as his family made the transition from Toledo, Ohio, to Burbank, California. It wasn’t easy, but the redshirt junior running back got through...

Silvels, Taylor both ready to step up

Silvels, Taylor both ready to step up

JACKSON GARDNER, Evergreen assistant sports editor

September 3, 2018


Filed under Columns, Features, Sports

The question of who would replace former linebacker Frankie Luvu at the rush linebacker position. May have been put to rest. In fact, there might be a new, but entirely different question: who do you start? Redshirt freshman linebacker Willie Taylor III or sophomore linebacker Dominick Silvels? My...

From ‘Last Chance U’ to Wazzu

From ‘Last Chance U’ to Wazzu

JACKSON GARDNER, Evergreen assistant sports editor

August 19, 2018


Filed under Features, Football, Men's, Sports, Top-feature

From high school ball on Florida’s southern shores to playing at a junior college in Independence, Kansas, it seems fitting that the next stop for junior wide receiver Calvin Jackson Jr. and sophomore safety Chad Davis Jr. would be on the op-posite side of the country from where they started their...

Clanton leaves legacy of dedication as career nears end

Clanton leaves legacy of dedication as career nears end

RYAN BLAKE, Evergreen reporter

May 23, 2018


Filed under Features, Men's, Sports

Four years of hard work behind the scenes culminated in peak performance on the field and recognition off of it. That’s the legacy WSU senior outfielder Blake Clanton leaves behind for future players to strive toward. Clanton received the Oviatt-Lang Award at the 36th Annual Senior Recognition...

Leaving behind a better team

Leaving behind a better team

RYAN BLAKE, Evergreen reporter

May 3, 2018


Filed under Commencement, Features, Men's, Sports

In its third year under Head Coach Marty Lees, WSU baseball has adopted a mantra — leave it better than when you got here. It’s something senior James Rudkin has focused on in his final season. “I feel like I’ve gotten better every single year,” Rudkin said. “The record doesn’t show...

Wanderscheid finds balance in senior season

Wanderscheid finds balance in senior season

COLIN CONNOLLY, Evergreen reporter

May 3, 2018


Filed under Commencement, Features, Sports, Women's

Senior Bree Wanderscheid’s career came to an end last week with the conclusion of the women’s golf Pac-12 Championships in Seattle. Looking back, Wanderscheid said she will remember all the development she underwent and the good times she had while at WSU. “It’s cool to see over the past...

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