Women’s Basketball Falls In Landmark Game

Seattle University women’s basketball coach Joan Bonvicini celebrated her 1,000th game coached on Nov. 14 against cross-town rival University of Washington. The game began with Coach Bonvicini being introduced and presented with the game ball. Once the ball was up, however, the mood changed from celebratory to cutthroat, as the Redhawks looked to avenge last […]

Men’s Hoops Beats Montana State in Opener

The Seattle University men’s basketball team opened the season with a convincing win over the visiting Montana State Bobcats in Sunday’s ninth annual Elgin Baylor Classic. The Redhawks never trailed, scoring early and often. Junior guard D’Vonne Pickett started the scoring for the Redhawks before redshirt freshman Deshaun Sunderhaus added seven quick points to stretch […]

Rowing Has Strong Showing In First Regatta

On Sunday, Oct. 28, Seattle University was well represented by the women’s rowing team at the Portland Fall Classic. This was not just an ordinary race but also the team’s first race as a Division I program. The varsity team got sixth place out of nine and the novice team came in fourth out of […]

City Takes Giant Beating In Wake Of World Series

The most talked-about topic in sports last week was the San Francisco Giants’ sweep against the Detroit Tigers. What didn’t garner nearly as much of the media’s attention was the devastation bestowed upon the victors’ home city by celebrating fans. As a Bay Area native, reading about the damage inflicted upon the city by the […]

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