Seattle Sounders Prepare for Playoffs

The Sounders have had an impressive season this year. They have a record of 12-11-9 and sit in a three way tie for second place with 47 points alongside the Portland Timbers and Sporting Kansas City. The Vancouver Whitecaps are sitting at the top of the standings at 51 points in the Western Conference. PHOTO […]

Seattle Mariners Fail to Make Playoffs

What looked to be a promising season for the Seattle Mariners turned out to be justas disappointing as the last 16 years. They composed a losing record of 76-81 for the 2017 season, finishing 14th in the MLB standings, just short of making playoff position. During the season, the Mariners lost some key players due […]

NFL Protests Continue to Create Tension

In September of 2016, former quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, Colin Kaepernick, first sat out of the United States National Anthem. Since then, in the months of his free agency, he has not been signed. Declining performance level has been cited, but others speculate it is politically motivated. Three weeks into this season, there […]

Kelly Sullivan Becomes New Head Coach of Cross Country

Men’s and women’s cross country and track and field are under new leadership as the recently hired Kelly Sullivan takes the reins of the program. ELISE WANG • THE SPECTATOR Coach Sullivan himself attended Clackamas Community College and Willamette University graduating with his bachelor’s in history and exercise science. Sullivan is entering his 37th year […]

Men’s Soccer Opens WAC With a Win

This Friday, Sept. 29, Seattle University Men’s Soccer team swept CSU Bakersfield (3-6) in a 4-0 win. This was the first game for the team in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC). It was their seventh win of nine games so far this year. RACHEL LARSON • THE SPECTATOR Forward Cody Gibson challenges an opponent. The team […]

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