Seahawks Could See Major Roster Changes

The Seahawks season came to an end earlier than expected last Sunday, losing on the road in the divisional round in the playoffs to the Carolina Panthers by a score of 31-24. Heading into the offseason, there are more questions than answers, and the Seahawks will likely have a very different looking team next year. […]

Seahawks Rally Too Little Too Late

The Seahawks have been inconsistent at worst and dominate at best in this 2015 NFL season. That rang true last Sunday, as Seattle fell to the 15-1 Carolina Panthers 31-24. From the onset, it looked like it was going to be a long day. On their first play from scrimmage, Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart […]

Men’s Hoops Open Conference Play

The Seattle University men’s basketball team opened conference play on the road last week, with games against the University of Missouri- Kansas City and Chicago State. Starting at UMKC, the Redhawks were playing from behind from the outset as the Kangaroos jumped out to an early 13-2 lead. Seattle U would battle back after freshman […]

Laces Out: Seahawks Freeze Minnesota

On a brisk minus 6 degree day, the Minnesota Vikings seemed to have the game iced up. With just 26 seconds left, the Vikings were lining up for what would have been the game winning field goal. Minnesota kicker Blair Walsh was already 3 for 3 in the frigid conditions, with makes from 22, 43 […]

Seahawks Air it Out, Win Shootout with Pittsburgh

Doug Baldwin hauled in six catches for 145 yards and three of Russell Wilson’s five touchdowns en route to a 39-30 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers last Sunday, Nov. 29. “It was a great team effort,” Baldwin said. “It was a great team win for us.” Baldwin’s most critical touchdown of the game came late […]

Damn it Seahawks! (Part 2)

Well… this seems familiar. Didn’t I have a column with this exact title about a month ago? Hang on, let me go check… Yup, sure did! The 2015 Seahawks are truly an enigma that I just can’t figure out. We have a terrible offensive line, but this isn’t a new problem. Seattle has ranked near […]

Seattle U Rowing Ends Fall Season

On a wet, dreary Seattle day, hundreds of rowers flocked to the Montlake Cut for the annual Head of the Lake rowing event. The event, hosted by the Lake Washington Rowing Club takes place yearly, and is the capstone of the fall rowing season. Jessie Koon • the spectator Seattle University’s Men’s Rowing team on […]

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