SU Swimming Performs Under Pressure

The normally calm Connolly Center pools erupted with raucous energy this past Saturday as Seattle University’s swim teams took on their rival, Simon Fraser University (SFU). The constant sound of cheering, and occasional sound of cowbells, echoed off the cavernous walls and the pool deck was crowded with swimmers performing their pre-race rituals: stretching, jumping […]

World Series Heads to Game Seven

The Los Angeles Dodgers and the Houston Astros will wrap up the 2017 World Series with a decisive game seven on Wednesday Oct. 1. The series started in Los Angeles with a pitchers duel between longtime Dodgers ace pitcher, Clayton Kershaw, and Astros ace Dallas Keuchel. The Dodgers came out on top 3-1. Kershaw has […]

Time Out Session: Shae Harris

Shae Harris recently earned Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Volleyball player of the week honors for the week of Oct. 16-22. The junior setter is from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Harris recently had a strong performance against Utah Valley University on Oct. 22. Harris matched her Seattle University program record as she tallied 62 assists. This […]

Men’s and Women’s Tennis Head to ITA Regionals

Over the weekend, the men’s and women’s tennis teams both competed in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Regionals hosted at Stanford University. The tournament began Thursday, Oct. 19 and wrapped up Monday, Oct. 23. “(ITA Regionals) feature all the teams in our region so it’s all the best players in our region competing in this […]

What’s Next for USMNT?

The United States men’s national soccer team is currently facing heartbreak as they failed to punch their ticket to Russia for the 2018 World Cup this upcoming summer. This will mark the first time that the men’s national team hasn’t qualified since 1986. The national team had many opportunities to clinch their spot, but failed […]

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