Two School Records set at UW

The Seattle U record books gained some names over the weekend as the Redhawk track and field teams competed in the UW Invitational at the Dempsey Indoor Facility over the weekend. Alisa Poplawski set a new women’s 800 meter school record with a 2:16.89. The previous mark was set by her training partner, senior Madison […]

Q&A With SU Artist In Residence Jason Hirata

Artist Jason Hirata is known for his constantly shifting, situation-specific artworks—launching a cell phone into space, baking carbon-infused, edible black bread and creating drawings out of his own sweat are just a few of his recent projects. Since graduating from the University of Washington in 2009, Hirata has explored a wide range of artistic practices. […]

Redhawk Hoops Swoop and Score

The Seattle University Redhawks took down the New Mexico State Aggies, 58-52 on Saturday night. It was the first win over the three time defending WAC champions, since Seattle U joined the conference in 2011. Jarell Flora led the way for Seattle U with 16 points followed by Will Powell with 14 and 11 from […]

SU Women’s Soccer Wins Second WAC Title

Taylor de Laveaga • The Spectator Senior Taylor Ritzman had an assist in the first half to score the first goal. Quarterfinal: New Mexico State vs Cal State Bakersfield The first game of the 2014 Western Athletic Conference (WAC) tournament saw fourth ranked Cal State Bakersfield take on fifth ranked New Mexico State. Bakersfield dominated […]

Women’s Crew Shows Promise at Montlake

The women’s crew team finished their fall season strong Sunday morning at the Head of the Lake regatta on Montlake Cut, which connects Lake Washington to the Puget Sound. The races began near the Ship Canal Bridge and ended in Union Bay. “I am very pleased with the past few weeks of training leading up […]

XC Teams Bring it at Emerald City Open

Seattle University’s Cross Country teams ran themselves to a strong showing on Saturday as they hosted the Emerald City Open at Lower Woodland Park. Teams from the University of Washington, Oregon State, Seattle Pacific, and a handful of local running clubs were also featured at the open. Sophie Curatilo won the women’s 6k race with […]

SU Volleyball Digs Deep for UTPA Win

Iris Ivanis killed it for the Redhawks in Thursday’s WAC volleyball clash with Texas Pan-American that ended in a 3-0 Seattle University sweep. “I realized it was time to step up finally,” Ivanis said. “We grew a lot as a team so I think that played a big role in our game.” Seattle U started […]

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