Knights Athletic Spring Roundup

Warner Pacific Knights golfer Kendall Cowley

Kendall Cowley

Basketball season is over; however, many spring sports are just starting. Here’s what has been happening with the Knights.

Men’s Basketball

The Knight finished with a 16-15 record, and fell short of their goal of a 9th straight trip to the NAIA (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics) National Tournament. Doug Thomas led the team with 15.9 points per game and he and teammate Ryan Parks were named All-Cascade Conference team following the season.

Women’s Basketball

It was a rough season for Lady Knights basketball as the team ended the year with a 6-23 record. Jordan Wilcox made 61 three pointers during the season, and was voted Honorable Mention All-Cascade Conference. Senior Jacki Cannon was named Academic All-Cascade Conference.

Golf

The WPC golfers began their spring season with a trip to the Corban Invitational in Salem, Oregon. Freshman Malu Rosenthal turned in his best ever result by placing 7th overall.

Track

Deborah O’Dell and Christi Avery represented the Knights at the NAIA Indoor National Championships. Deborah O’Dell placed 12th in the high jump event by clearing a height of 5 feet 3 inches, while Avery placed 19th in the 60 meters in a time of 7.91 seconds.