Top College Football Teams Fight for Glory

With rivalry week in the rearview and the playoffs looming in the near future, it’s time to take a look at where the top teams stand in college football. CECI ESTELA • THE SPECTATOR The Game The biggest game of rivalry week was the annual clash between Ohio State and Michigan, two of the top […]

Women’s Basketball Picks up First Win

“It’s a chess match, I thought all night long, between the two coaches,” said Seattle University Women’s Basketball Head Coach Suzy Barcomb, referring to Bonnie Henrickson, University of California, Santa Barbara Women’s Basketball head coach and herself. KYLE KOTANI • THE SPECTATOR #15 Kamira Sanders drives and draws the foul. On Friday, Nov. 18, Seattle […]

Brendan Westendorf Makes Every Second

We sit down with Brendan Westendorf from the men’s basketball team to ask him about his experience playing the sport and his plans for the future. JESSIE KOON • THE SPECTATOR Brendan Westendorf, No. 0. What does basketball mean in your family? BW: It’s one of those sports that everyone does, so it’s kind of […]

New AD Shaney Fink Looks to Lead by Example

While the Redhawks Basketball team traveled to the eastern portion of Washington State last week for an invitational tournament, I spoke over the phone with new Athletic Director Shaney Fink to discuss the future of Seattle U athletics. CECI ESTELA • THE SPECTATOR Welcome to Seattle U, and thanks for taking the time to speak […]

Women’s Soccer Can’t Get Offense Going

After winning the Western Atlantic Conference (WAC) Championship for the fourth year in a row, Seattle University’s women’s soccer team traveled to Southern California to take on No. 18 ranked University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. CAM PETERS • THE SPECTATOR Jennifer Plummer (9) makes a run […]

NBA Delights and Disappointments

This week, Willy Goldstein discusses the ups and downs happening in basketball. MANDY RUSCH• THE SPECTATOR Delights Los Angeles Lakers: The upstart Lakers have been a pleasant surprise to start their first season in the post-Kobe Bryant era. Rookie coach Luke Walton has the team playing well together, led by second year players D’Angelo Russell and Julius […]

Westendorf, Powell Lead Redhawks to Win

The Red Zone was full at the newly renovated Connolly Center. As soon as “JuJu On That Beat” began playing, the crowd got hot. College basketball season has arrived. Lights went off and a short clip of Seattle University’s Men’s Basketball team began to play. Names of the players were announced as Seattle U students […]

Men’s Soccer Ends Season With Semifinal Loss

The Seattle University Men’s Soccer team has unfortunately finished off their official season for the 2016-2017 school year. MANDY RUSCH • THE SPECTATOR The Redhawks came out with a total of 11 wins, 6 losses and 2 draws for their overall season and stood 7-1-2 in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC). The team had many […]

Wilson, L.O.B. Back to Elite Form

Balancing All-Pro paychecks and winning ways is the struggle of teams ascending to the NFL’s top tier, and the Seahawks have not been immune. Contracts for big name players have pilfered the supporting cast which made Seattle so dominate in 2013 and 2014. Good franchises figure this out. Yet, others go the way of the […]

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