Steve  Card
 Steve Card
Director of Athletics


WWU is 14th in Division II All-Sports Standings

WWU's men's and women's basketball programs gather points by advancing to the NCAA Tournament


26 Student-Athletes Set to Graduate Saturday

Graduating student-athletes were part of a group that won the GNAC All-Sports Championship every year


WWU Announces 2015-16 Athletics Awards Winners

Awards for Athlete of the Year and Scholar Athlete of the Year announced at annual student-athlete gathering


WWU captures seventh straight GNAC All-Sports title

11th crown for Vikings in 14-year history of conference


One-two finish at nationals, coaching milestone highlight 2014

New soccer facility, leadership transition, continuing success for WWU

Named sixth Director of Athletics at WWU on March 25, 2014 after serving in interim role for 2013-14 school year ... In 27th year overall at WWU, the first 23 as Associate Director of Athletics for business and financial affairs ... Also served 20 years as head men's golf coach ... 2011-12 National Chair for NCAA Division II Men's Golf ... Played instrumental role in school being selected to host 2009 NCAA DII National Championships, a first for any sport at WWU ... Directed Vikings to 12 national appearances, including school-record six straight from 1995-2000 ... In 2013, WWU had school-best semifinal finish at NCAA II Championships after placing second at South Central/West Regional and winning sixth straight Great Northwest Athletic Conference title ... Vikings tied for fourth nationally at 1997 NAIA Tournament and tied for sixth at 2000 NCAA Tournament ... Coached 27 All-Americans ... Served four-year term as member of NCAA Division II Men's Golf Committee (2008-12) ... Also served eight years as DII At-Large Representative on Golf Coaches of America Association National Advisory Board ... Named league Coach of the Year 10 times, earning GNAC honors six times ... Four times selected DII West Region Coach of the Year ... WWU Men's Golf Coach of the Century (1900-99) ... Past member of NCAA II West Region Football Committee and GCAA All-America Selection Committee ... Spent two years as Finance and Administrative Officer for Division of Student Affairs Office at Washington State University ... Also was staff analyst for WSU Student Services ... Received bachelor's degree in business administration and finance from WSU in 1987 ... Lettered four years in golf for Cougars, being team captain in 1986 and 1987 ... Attended Harry Ainlay Composite High School in Edmonton, Alberta ... 50 years old ... Has two grown children, daughter Avery and son Nate ... He and wife Linda (Lerdahl) have two children: Dan (16) and Isabelle (12) Bergeron.

04/28/2017 - Softball

WWU Softball Gears Up For Big Finish

04/25/2017 - M. Golf

Vikings Repeat as GNAC Champions