Women’s Basketball Stays Hot, Beat Utah Valley

On Thursday, Feb. 9 Seattle University women’s basketball team got the win against Utah Valley at Lockhart Arena, 69-51, further advancing their position in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) standings, 6-1. MANDY RUSCH • THE SPECTATOR All eyes in the arena were on senior wing Alexis Montgomery, as she contributed to the team’s overall win […]

Two All Time Greats Make Tennis History

If you are a tennis fan, you may not need to watch any more matches after the events of the Australian Open this past weekend. QUINN ROONEY • GETTY IMAGES Venus Williams (left) and Serena Williams (right) pose with their hardware after the match. Fans were treated to some of the best tennis matches, and […]

Seattle U Tennis Loses in Double Defeat

Seattle University women’s tennis team lost 1-6 to University of Washington in a match Saturday at UW’s Nordstrom Tennis Center. CECI ESTELA • THE SPECTATOR “Kind of an overall theme I thought was getting close games, but they [UW] had the confidence and belief in themselves to take those big points,” said men and women’s […]

Women’s Basketball Loses 1st WAC Game, Responds With Win

The two undefeated teams in the women’s basketball Western Athletic Conference (WAC) standings, Seattle University (8-13, 5-1 WAC) and New Mexico State (14-6, 6-0 WAC), went head to head on Thursday, Jan. 26, at the Pan American Center in New Mexico. Defeating the Redhawks, the Aggies took the victory in overtime, 74-69. Since their opening […]

NBA Delights and Disappointments

The 2017 National Basketball Association (NBA) has officially reached its halfway point with most teams having played their 41st game this past week. It has been an exciting first half and it’s time to take a look at the biggest delights and disappointments so far. MANDY RUSCH • THE SPECTATOR Delights Utah Jazz—The Jazz have […]

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