Highlights from the Pacific Lutheran University softball team's 5-3 victory over George Fox in Tacoma.
Pacific Lutheran University senior swimmer Jared Toschi talks with classmate Zachary Goff about his final days a Lute swimmer and some of his favorite memories.
Pacific Lutheran University senior swimmer Mike Smith talks with classmate Zachary Goff about his last meet as a Lute and some of his memories of his Lute career.
Pacific Lutheran University senior swimmer Kiyomi Kishaba talks with classmate Zachary Goff about her last meet as a Lute this weekend.
Pacific Lutheran University senior swimmers say thank you to the people who have impacted them the most. #GoLutes
Pacific Lutheran University student-athlete Ashton Barton did a little bit of everything, starting at linebacker on a Saturday for the Lutes before suiting up as a catcher for the baseball team six days later. #GoLutes
Pacific Lutheran University sophomore and reigning NWC Freshman of the Year was named the NWC Defensive Player of the Week after racking up 54 digs between the two matches. That included 28 digs on Friday night and 26 more on Saturday. Hetzler finished the weekend averaging 6.0 digs per set along with eight assists and two aces.
Pacific Lutheran University senior volleyball player Lauren Wilson was named the NWC Offensive Player of the Week after she finished the weekend with 36 kills. Wilson had a career-high 20 kills in Friday's 3-2 win over host University of Puget Sound before racking up 16 the following day in a 3-1 setback. She averaged 3.9 kills per set while also collecting 21 digs, six blocks, and two aces.
Pacific Lutheran University senior Adrienne Gully talked with classmate and fellow student-athlete Ryan Pearson about this weekend's home track meet and the upcoming season.
Pacific Lutheran University head coach Chad Murray talked about his four seniors and the progression of the program during their careers after a big Senior Night win over Puget Sound.
We followed Cara and four other students for their entire PLU journeys. Watch the mini-series at plu.edu/years.
We followed Hannah and four other students for their entire PLU journeys. Watch the mini-series at plu.edu/years.
We followed Annika and four other students for their entire PLU journeys. Watch the mini-series at plu.edu/years.
We followed Nathan and four other students for their entire PLU journeys. Watch the mini-series at plu.edu/years.
We followed Tyler and four other students for their entire PLU journeys. Watch the mini-series at plu.edu/years.
Kelton Williams of PLU men's basketball talks after the Lutes' 71-63 win over Puget Sound #GoLutes
The Pacific Lutheran University football team battled Whitworth tough in its 2021 Spring home opener at Sparks Stadium, but eventually came up short 28-10.
The Pacific Lutheran University women's basketball team pulled off back-to-back wins over Whitworth over the weekend at Olson Gym to improve to 3-4 in the NWC standings.
The Pacific Lutheran University men's basketball team split a weekend series with #7 Whitworth in Olson Gymnasium. The Lutes knocked off the Pirates on Friday night by 26 points, before falling on Saturday by four. The victory over Whitworth was the first since 2006 and the 5-0 start to the season was the best in 60 years.
Pacific Lutheran University sophomore Cailey Collado started all 15 games for the Lutes during her freshman season in the middle infield. She talks with junior Hannah Wisti about what the Lutes have been doing to prepare for the upcoming campaign.
Pacific Lutheran University junior outfielder Mari Foster hit .500 in 15 games last season is back to lead the Lutes in 2021.
During their senior year, students complete their capstone projects, enjoy making a final year of memories with their PLU friends, and prepare for graduate school or their first post-graduation jobs. In this fourth and final episode, Hannah and Nathan share graduate school plans, Annika reflects on what it means to be a nurse during the COVID-19 pandemic, and Cara begins her career in regional theater. Watch the entire series at plu.edu/years
Lots of students find that in their sophomore year they solidify the study habits, mentors, and friend groups that will help them manage the many demands of life in college. In this second episode of PLU Years, Hannah studies away in Uganda, Cara focuses on healthy relationships and professional development, and Tyler gets involved with clubs all over campus. Watch the entire series at plu.edu/years
The first year of college can be a little intimidating, but it’s all about independence and self-discovery. Students gain confidence in the classroom, make new friends, and grow accustomed to life on campus. In this episode, Annika begins her first nursing classes and Nathan joins the Jazz Ensemble. Meanwhile, Cara gets excited about theater and Tyler joins the Asian Pacific Islander Club. Watch the entire series at plu.edu/years