WAC Houses Vie for the Iron Throne

Seven contenders still vie for power in the western lands, fighting for control over the Western Throne and the future of the realm. Alliances are forged and broken, ancient powers awakened, rivalries made, and the fates of these houses lie precariously in the balance. As the events unfold, each endeavors to win that most athletic ...

Redhawks Rally for Special Olympics

Special Olympics Washington paired up with Seattle University to give folks with special needs the chance to play in a soccer tournament with teams from the entire state. The tournament was held on Seattle U’s Championship Field and SU park, with both men’s and women’s varsity squads attending to help run the tournament. The project ...

Time Out Sessions with Mandie Sugita

Kangroos, shrimp on the barbie—oh, and a summer of professional softball in Australia­—are in senior pitcher Mandie Sugita’s near future. But first she will be finishing up her last season for the Redhawks. Photo Courtesy of John Aronson So far this season, Sugita is leading the team in earned run average, wins, innings pitched and ...

Lol’ing Your Way into College

Seven foot tall basketball players are easy to recognize on a college campus. However, some students across America are earning the same athletic scholarships for quick mouse clicking instead. Schools from Harvard to the University of Washington have created official video game teams that compete in a national league with more than 10,000 players. Robert ...

Redhawks Knock NMSU Out of the Park

A six run deficit wasn’t enough to curtail the Redhawks as their win streak improved to seven with a series sweep over New Mexico State this past weekend. Their success against other Western Athletic Conference teams has been impressive as their WAC record to 11-1, and 19-15 overall. They have been swinging the bats well, ...

Sports Coverage: an Uneven Playing Field

On the first day of a class I once took, we were instructed to introduce ourselves and we were interested in. After two of my male classmates expressed interest in sports journalism, my professor got excited, and asked them their favorite teams and what they thought of the Seahawks this year. When I told him ...

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