B-ball Players Demand Respect, Representation

For many, women’s and men’s basketball conjure very different expectations. Longstanding jokes among the sporting community belittle the WNBA and women’s basketball in general as less serious than men’s basketball. Seattle University students and young female athletes alike are looking to reverse the stereotype. Upon receiving the 2014 Dick’s Sporting Goods catalog, 12-year-old Arizona basketball ...

SU FÚTBOL Takes on Fantasy Football

Seattle University’s men’s and women’s soccer teams know plenty about fútbol. Both teams came away with blowout victories on Sunday when the women’s team defeated Bakersfield 5-1 and the men beat Grand Canyon University 3-0. But how much do they know about American football, where players can use their hands, the clock constantly stops and ...

The 12 Yard Line

The game was a little closer than many had anticipated, but the Seahawks got the job done on Monday night against the Washington Redskins with a 27-17 victory. Seattle started off strong, scoring on their first drive in just about two and a half minutes­—making everything look easy. Russell Wilson ran the ball himself a ...

Staying Healthy During the School Year

Ah, fall, the time of year when leaves change, everything tastes like pumpkin and excitable freshmen arrive at college for the first time, looking bright-eyed and bushy-tailed. One of the strangest things about college is the sudden “adultness” of life, especially from a health perspective. Sure, in some cases parents may still pay the bills, ...

The 12 Yard Line

Welcome back Seahawk fans to the second edition of The 12 Yard Line. As you may have noticed, the Seahawks did not play a game this weekend as they were on a bye week. On the bright side, this means they will be playing every weekend from here on out through the remainder of the ...

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