Volleyball Falls in Game One of WAC Tournament

Seattle University’s Women’s Volleyball team traveled to Edinburg Texas, where the West Athletic Conference (WAC) was being held. The Redhawks tournament journey came to a fast end as they were eliminated in the first round of play. They lost to California State University Bakersfield 3-0, finishing their season with an overall record of 11-17. IMAGE […]

Matea Mamic’s Killin’ Records

“Most athletes don’t get 1000 kills in their college career, so it’s unusual,” said James Finley. While playing New Mexico State, on Saturday, Oct. 22, Matea Mamic, senior captain of the Seattle University volleyball team, succeeded hitting her 1,000th kill. During the match, she completed eight kills, which boosted her number of kills to 1,003. […]

Time Out Session: Martina Samadan

Senior sports and exercise science major Martina Samadan came to Seattle University after spending her freshman year at Virginia Commonwealth University. Following the coaching staff from VCU, Samadan wanted to use the opportunity of transferring to get a better education and continue her volleyball career and has been loving her time here. JESSIE KOON • […]

Volleyball Battles Back, Sweeps Weekend Game

Seattle U Takes Down Chicago State in Five It was a long Thursday night at the Seattle Academy Gymnasium. Jessie Koon . The Spectator Matea Mamic after serving an ace against Chicago State. Despite dropping the first two sets to a gritty Chicago State team, the Redhawks rallied back to victory by winning the last […]

Time Out Sessions With Iris Ivanis

Sophomore Iris Ivanis began playing volleyball at 12 years old while growing up in Croatia. “I was actually a gymnast for a very long time and there was one volleyball coach—they practiced after us—who would invite me to come and play and after some time I went to see what it was like,” Ivanis said. […]

SU Volleyball Digs Deep for UTPA Win

Iris Ivanis killed it for the Redhawks in Thursday’s WAC volleyball clash with Texas Pan-American that ended in a 3-0 Seattle University sweep. “I realized it was time to step up finally,” Ivanis said. “We grew a lot as a team so I think that played a big role in our game.” Seattle U started […]

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