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 […]

SU Swimming Gains Momentum

Seattle University’s swim team was in their own world at the Connolly Center this weekend. With the smell of chlorine in the humid air, the constant shouts, cheers, and clapping of supporting fans and teammates and shouts of “S-U-relay!” echoing across the pool deck, it was easy to forget about anything other than the meet. […]

Making Heads Turn While Breaking Pool Records

Jessie koon• The Spectator Singing the Seattle University’s fight song loudly is becoming a tradition for Seattle U’s swim team, and this season they are fighting their foes and coming home with the victory. Seattle U’s swim team is heading to the Western Athletic Conference championship on Feb. 24-27 in Houston, Texas after beating Simon […]

Time Out Sessions With Bart Wanot

Bart Wanot just swam out his final season at Seattle University and he will be leaving with his name in the record books. This year Wanot set school records for both the 100 meter and 200 meter backstroke events and he was also on the team of swimmers that set the school record in the […]

Seattle U Swim Makes Splash At Conference

At the 2015 Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Swimming and Diving Championships, Seattle U swimmers took to the pool where they cut times in a number of events. Though Northern Arizona and UNLV took the WAC titles for women and men respectively, Seattle U showed progress that is promising continued advancement in the water. Senior Bart […]

Swim Away The Stress

With midterms rapidly approaching, I can already see the stress and anxiety beginning to form on my fellow classmates’ faces. We are all exhausted and delirious from too many hours spent at the library, having read too many pages and written too many papers. But do not lose hope! I have a surprising secret that […]

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