Women’s Basketball Soars Again

The Redhawks managed to hold on for another victory in conference play as they set their sights on the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) tournament. On Thursday night, Seattle U’s women’s basketball team played a highly contested game against Utah Valley that came down to the final seconds which ended in a score of 69-65. The […]

Reigning WAC Champions Seek Second Title

After finishing last season as the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) season champions and coming just one game shy of the NCAA tournament, the Seattle University women’s basketball team looks primed for another exciting season. The coaches of all WAC teams have picked the Redhawks as preseason favorites to win the conference once again and chose […]

Women’s Hoops Narrowly Beats Texas State

Last Thursday’s thrilling overtime win against Texas State could have been the story of starting forward Kacie Sowell’s unexpected absence. A precautionary game time decision to rest Sowell’s sprained ankle left the Seattle University women’s basketball team without their leading scorer and rebounder. “I didn’t know if Kacie was going to play or not.. We […]

Women’s Hoops Shuts Down Pioneers

It took some time for the Seattle University women’s basketball team’s motor to warm up, but once it did, a stout defense and balanced scoring led to a victory over the University of Denver Pioneers. Tip started later than usual; a moment of silence was held for late Cal-State Fullerton Assistant Coach Monica Quan and […]

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 […]

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