Men’s Hoops Open Conference Play

The Seattle University men’s basketball team opened conference play on the road last week, with games against the University of Missouri- Kansas City and Chicago State. Starting at UMKC, the Redhawks were playing from behind from the outset as the Kangaroos jumped out to an early 13-2 lead. Seattle U would battle back after freshman […]

NBA Preview: The West is Still the Best

I don’t know about you, but every year the NBA season kind of sneaks up on me. It feels like just last month I was watching league MVP Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors celebrate their franchise’s first championship in 40 years, taking down a depleted Cleveland Cavaliers team in spite of a performance […]

In Memoriam: Mike Nowell

Mike Nowell, assistant coach of the men’s basketball team, passed away Monday Night at Virginia Medical Center after a battle with cancer. Nowell joined the men’s hoops staff last August and helped coach the team to its first Division I postseason in 46 years. He is survived by his wife Lanie and sons Jaylen and […]

Getting Buckets and Fighting Cancer

Jessie Koon • The Spectator Free-throws, pies to the face, cheering and charity.  The scene last Wednesday night at the Seattle University Swishes for Wishes basketball game was one to remember. With plenty of skilled shots from both the faculty and student teams– many came from far outside the three-point line–the game kept  fans cheering […]

Redhawks Smother Utah Valley For Win

Seattle University smothered Utah Valley (UVU), 53-33 in a key WAC contest Saturday night during the Redhawks’ homecoming. They flipped the script from early January’s 70-52 defeat in Utah. “We definitely remembered that,” said guard Isiah Umipig, who tallied 12 points on the night. “They hit you on screens, they box you out. They’re a […]

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