Baseball Ready to Take the Diamond

The weather is warming up and the sun is beginning to show itself again which can only mean one thing, baseball season is back. As spring approaches the Redhawks will take the field to begin their 2016 season. Coming off of a second place finish and 19-8 Western Atlantic Conference (WAC) record the Redhawks look […]

MLS Playoffs Here: A Postseason Preview

After a flying start to the season, a middle portion rummaged with injuries and misfortunes, and an end that turned out to be just good enough, the Seattle Sounders are back in the MLS Playoffs. Last years’ Supporters‘ Shield winners clinched the fourth seed in the Western Conference courtesy of a 3-1 win over Real […]

Sports R Dumb

Welcome to the first edition of “Sports R Dumb!” You may be asking yourself, “wait a minute, isn’t this dude the sports editor? Why is his weekly column titled ‘Sports R Dumb?’” It’s true, I am the new sports editor. But let’s face it, sports can be insanely frustrating sometimes. For example: The Mariners were […]

Disappointing Season Brings A New Face To Seattle

On Aug. 28, amid a disappointing season, the Mariners announced the firing of General Manager Jack Zduriencik. With Zduriencik at the helm, the Mariners put together a 500-595, the fifth worst record in the majors over that span. Exactly one month later, the Mariners had a replacement for Zduriencik in place. On Monday, Sept. 28, […]

Time Out Sessions With Skylar Genger

This year, Seattle University’s baseball team experienced its best season of the program’s history. The team won 31 games and made it to the WAC championship series. After winning the first game of the series Seattle U unfortunately lost the next two, but there is plenty of optimism heading into next year as there are […]

Mariners Take a Swing and Miss

The Seattle Mariners (24-26) have faced a tough stretch of pitching over the last two series, facing four of the top 10 American League strikeout leaders over their last five games. Still, for a team that many national analysts and talking heads predicted to reach the World Series, the Mariners have to do better. After […]

Redhawks Grounded In WAC Final

Before advancing to the Western Athletic Conference Baseball Tournament Championship game in Arizona at the end of last week, the Seattle University baseball team was a victory away from setting a school record for wins in a single season. Entering the weekend at 29-26, the team finished second in the WAC regular season standings by […]

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