Fast Break Sports Report Oct. 2
Hello Bearcat Fan! I want to say that at Saturday’s women’s soccer game, Blitz the Bearcat waltzed in all casual with their handler, then stood at the halfway line and occasionally swayed around and sort of moved their hands in a pseudo-waving gesture. Mostly though they just looked blankly at the game. Then after fifteen minutes they just peaced out. I don’t know. The whole thing seemed kinda off to me. Anyway, let’s go to the news!
Volleyball picked up two more wins to bring their streak to three. They will take on George Fox at home on Saturday.
Men’s Soccer couldn’t hold off the Whitworth counter attack on Saturday (2-3), but scraped out a tie against Whitman on Sunday (2-2). The men now sit at third in the conference, with a game in hand on second place Whitworth and first place Pacific Lutheran.
Natalie Rodriguez de la Torre (‘27) opened up the scoring two days in a row for Women’s Soccer, but the squad couldn't hold the lead in either case, losing 1-2 to both Whits.
Football. 14-70. Linfield. That’s all I can write through my tears.
Jay Chew (‘26) and Zoe Heino (‘26) represented Bearcat Cross-Country again at the Charles Bowles Invitational meet. The ‘Cats men snagged 13th overall while the women took 15th.
Neither Tennis team shocked the world at the ITA regional finals.
In the wide world of sports: Portland’s beloved Damian Lillard has been traded to the Milwaukee Bucks. The Trailblazers will receive Jrue Holiday, Deandre Ayton and Toumani Camara. Speaking for all Oregonians, thank you, Dame!
Consider in the coming weeks: What’s the most alive you have ever felt?