Baseball Falls in the WAC Championship

After completing the winningest season in program history, the Seattle University baseball team wrapped up its historic run with a loss to Utah Valley in the Western Athletic Conference Championship game at Hohokam Stadium in Mesa, Ariz. photo courtesy of Seattle U Athletics • GCU Photographer Darryl Webb The loss came after a high scoring […]

Conference Finals Full of Surprises

Playoff basketball is wild. Playoff basketball defies expectations. Playoff basketball will make you angry. Playoff basketball will make you sad. Just ask Warriors fans. The Conference Finals got underway last week and the Oklahoma City Thunder carried their excellent play into Oakland, where they proceeded to shock the Warriors by beating them in the first […]

Voting is Right- So Do

This election cycle has been hectic. Between the surprise success of Bernie Sanders and the even more surprising support for Donald Trump, the rhetoric behind this year’s election has been defined by shock, fear and anger. The difference between this presidential election and the one four years ago is vast. Most especially for those young […]

Men’s Golf

Under sunny skies at Loomis Trail Golf Club in Blaine, Wash., the Seattle University men’s golf team placed higher than they ever have at the Western Athletic Conference Championships. The team played consistent golf across three rounds and finished in second place (+4), behind the University of Missouri- Kansas City (-12). Their high finish defied […]

Men’s Golf Hosts Redhawk Invitational

Chambers Bay is famous for being a difficult course to navigate, a fact the Seattle University Men’s Golf team learned personally over the weekend at their third annual Redhawks Invitational. The team finished fifth at the invitational and they did so by battling the elements at one of golf’s most notorious courses. “Chambers Bay proved […]

Woodman Shines in WAC Finale

In spite of the continuing success of junior Kelli Woodman, the Seattle University Women’s Tennis team fell 6-1 to New Mexico State in their Western Athletic Conference regular season finale over the weekend. Woodman earned the sole Redhawk point, going 4-0 in singles play and 3-0 in doubles with her partner, sophomore Michelle Lui. Woodman’s […]

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