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Team: Whitman College Blues [ID #774] Bookmark Whitman College Blues

Location: Walla Walla, WA (Northwest)

Conference: IV.5 [Division 1]

President: Playero71 send message
          [since December 15th 2020 | last seen February 23rd 2024]

Coach: Micheal Brooks

Arena: Sherwood Athletic Center

Rating: 120.38 - Overall Position: #275

Fan Mood: 94.19

Alumni Mood: 138.15

Prestige: 42

Team Notes:

• Dec 18 2036: 3-star prospect Ryan Steele committed.
• Dec 04 2036: 2-star prospect Braydon Spaulding committed.
• Oct 02 2036: Javon Pinckney was hired as the new assistant coach.
• Oct 02 2036: Assistant coach Devin Rush was let go.
• Aug 28 2036: Devin Rush was hired as the new assistant coach.
• Aug 28 2036: Assistant coach Rasheed Atkins leaves to pursue head coaching opportunities.
• Aug 28 2036: Demoted to conference IV.5.
• Feb 23 2036: 2-star prospect Ralfs Bērziņš committed.
• Jan 24 2036: 4-star prospect Hank Black committed.
• Jan 24 2036: 4-star prospect Denzel Livingstone committed.


Record:

Wins: 22 Losses: 15 Pct: .595     Conf Wins: 15 Conf Losses: 12 Conf Pct: .556 Conf Rank: 7     Last10: 6-4 Streak: W1

Pts Ave: 78.4 - 73.9     Pts Diff: +4.4     Team Power Index: 144.8

Press Releases:

Oct 09 2035: Well, how did i get here? - by Playero71 on November 20th, 2023

...
And you may find yourself behind the wheel of a large automobile
And you may find yourself in a beautiful house, with a beautiful wife
And you may ask yourself, "Well, how did I get here?"



When Micheal "Mel" Brooks signed his first season at the helm of the Blues, not even his grandmother had high expectations... an open secret in Sunnyside, WA.
However, the young coach wasn´t a joke. He narrowly missed the championship and took the team to territories never before explored: III.3, where the beasts play.
A great performance by Whitman College, without big stars, but playing basketball get us here. Now you know.

We will try to repeat it.


Dec 14 2034: They had got all of the the momentum... could WC recover? - by Playero71 on October 14th, 2023

Yes, indeed. Again, against the IA and HOCBB Big Data, after loosing by 19 points at first half whipped by Hartwick Hawks, Whitman´s boys jumped in the court ready to give tehir best and get that numbers fixed.
Whit a superb Ron "Cola" Bonner, the Blues win the game outscoring the newyorkers 63 to 34 in the second half and gets a valuable visitor victory, recovering 2nd spot.
Don´t panic Grinnell, we are coming.


Dec 07 2034: "The alumni emphatically singed their fight song"... - by Playero71 on October 12th, 2023

...but finally had to kept their instruments in their back "pockets", since unleashing old Walt fury with just 6 minutes played could be a very, VERY, wrong idea.
And that's what happened when WC visited the Spartans at Wolf Gymnasium, extending our victorious march to 5-0 on the season, breathing down the necks of some not-so-young Pioneers who we'll teach a few things about life and sports on next January 4th. Stay tuned.


Oct 21 2034: Nothing its cool - by Playero71 on September 29th, 2023

Patrick the Alley-oop hop and the Game of Life
Yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah
The Enfield Trifle in the wrestling match
Yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah
Sorrentino, Les Chitwood, and Parrish
Yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah
Mister Sparky in a breakfast mess
Yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah
Let's play dunks, pick´nroll plays
Yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah
I'll see you in Heaven if you take the steps
Yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah
So MCLA, did you hear about this one?
Tell me, are you locked in Amsler Camp?
Hey Sparky, are you goofing on Steve? "Hey, baby"
Are you having fun?
If you believed Parrish put a man on the moon
(Man on the moon)
If you believed there's nothing up his sleeve
Then nothing is cool


Mar 18 2034: To the great people of North Adams, cheers! - by Playero71 on September 17th, 2023

Despite the notorious bad intentions of the Kitten´s Board, in their actions and sayings, the proud community of Walla Walla salutes the village of North Adams that in a hardly credible journey has reached its maximum peak and will enjoy multiple beatings next season in III.
A bit of a brilliant promotion the press pointed out, yes. But, even far from the true champion, for those townspeople there is still merit in climbing to the podium tooth and nail.
Being true nineteenth-century gentlemen, loyals to our paradise of letters and adventures - from IV to VI - we wish the nouveau riche of MCLA the best with the certainty that we will meet again sooner than Les Chitwood imagines.