Busy, Busy, Busy. That sums up Central Washington Sport Clubs as many of our clubs begin their spring seasons. On tap for the weekend is 3 home events around campus as well as 3 clubs showcasing their talents around the Northwest.
Whitman College-Saturday March 3rd in Walla Walla (1 PM)
Coming off an impressive come-from-behind victory in Salem last weekend, the Wildcats will look to continue their success playing back-to-back matches on Mar.3rd and 4th. They will head to College Place, WA and to take on the Missionaries of Whitman College, who are currently 1-1, this match has playoff implications because it will be the first in-division match for the Cats.
Washington State University- Sunday, March 4th @Nicholson Multipurpose Fields (12PM)
The Wildcats will then head home to take on Washington State on Sunday Mar.4 at 12 PM on the Nicholson Multipurpose Fields. This game is a division crossover for the Cougars and the Wildcats. Washington State resides in the PNCLL, but they are Division 1 as Central is Division 2. This will be the first home game for Central this year.
Women’s Rugby-Saturday March 3rd @Alder Recreation Complex (1pm)
The CWU Women’s Rugby team will finish their regular season on Mar.3 against Washington State University. They are coming off a tough loss to Western last weekend and looking to finish their season strong.The game will be at Alder Recreation Complex at 1 PM.
Climbing-Saturday March 3rd @University of Idaho
As we inch closer to the “Ropeless Rodeo,” the climbers of CWU will head to Moscow, Idaho to continue their Northwest Collegiate Climbing Conference season. The climbers have had a very successful season and looking for constant improvement from all club members.
Women’s Lacrosse-March 3rd & 4th @Boise, Idaho
The Women’s Lacrosse team will look to begin their season on the right foot. They have played one game so far and will play four in Boise. They will have their home opener next weekend in Ellensburg at Alder Recreation Complex.