Men’s Soccer Picks up Win at Home

This past week, Seattle University Men’s Soccer team continued to work hard and move forward in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC). KYLE KOTANI • THE SPECTATOR #7 Sergio Rivas takes a shot midway through the first half The Redhawks (9-4-1, 5-0-1) began the weekend at University of Missouri- Kansas City (UMKC) and fought hard for […]

NFL Facing Adversity From Employees

The National Football League has a trust problem. Over the past few years NFL teams, players, and coaches have grown increasingly frustrated with the actions taken by the multi-billion dollar organization. These issues have always been there, but people are finally starting to vocalize them and promote change within the league. The result has not […]

Men’s Basketball to Play in New Connolly Center

As Seattle University pushes forward in Division 1, the school is looking to makes its imprint in the NCAA. One of the keys to this is getting students involved in the sporting events and making their presence known. The men’s basketball team is doing their part by hosting six games at the newly refurbished Connolly […]

Russell Keeps on Rolling

When Russell Wilson was taken in the third round of the 2012 NFL draft after just one year in Wisconsin, there was more than a chuckle under many people’s breath. After defying athletic expectations in the 2012 preseason and taking charge of the team like a war-tattered veteran, his detractors began to trail off. The […]

MLB Playoffs Heating Up

American League East rivals, Baltimore Orioles and Toronto Blue Jays faced off on Tuesday Oct. 4 in Canada for the AL Wild Card Title. The winner would advance to play the top seeded Texas Rangers in the first round. A three-run walkoff blast by Edwin Encarnacion in the 11th inning sent the Blue Jays into […]

MLB Season Awards

With Major League Baseball nearing the end of its 2016 season, Maxwell Cromett and Willy Goldstein give their picks for Season Awards. EMILY MOZZONE • THE SPECTATOR   Most Valuable Player MC: American League: Mookie Betts — Boston Red Sox At the age of 24, Betts batted .318 with 31 homers and 113 RBIs on the season. […]

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