Baseball Splits Series at Home

Seattle University’s baseball team split a four game series at Bannerwood Park this past weekend against Sacred Heart. PHOTO VIA RICK MAY Aaron Stroosma swings at a ball in the zone. The Redhawks (4-7) were able to take two of the last three games of the series from the Pioneers (5-6) after dropping game one. […]

Baseball Swept in Minesota

The Seattle University baseball team spent this past weekend in Minneapolis, Min. playing a three game series against the Minnesota Gophers. They played in U.S. Bank Stadium, the brand new home of the Minnesota Vikings. RICK MAY • THE SPECTATOR Dalton Hurd takes a swing. The Redhawks (2-5) were not able to break through in […]

Seattle U Baseball Splits Opening Series

Seattle University’s baseball team opened up the 2017 season this past weekend, splitting a four game series against Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. PHOTO VIA SEATTLE UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS, RICK MAY Max Modeste swings for the fences in game one of a double header. The Redhawks (2-2) started off strong with a doubleheader on opening day, winning […]

Seattle U Baseball Readies Themselves for the Long Haul

With Opening Day just around the corner, the Seattle University Redhawks are ready to get their season started. Head coach Donny Harrel is entering his eighth season leading the program and has his guys primed to make another run at the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) title. PHOTO COURTESY OF SEATTLEU ATHLETICS Shortstop Griffin Andreychuk enters […]

Fly the W, Cubs Are World Series Champs!

Last Wednesday the Chicago Cubs made history by defeating the Cleveland Indians in Game seven of the World Series to win their first championship in 108 years. VIA MATT SLOCUM The Chicago Cubs celebrate their World Series win after recording the final out. It was a historic series from the start, with the Cubs holding […]

2016 World Series Preview

Even before the first pitch is thrown, the 2016 World Series has already made history by featuring two teams looking to end long-enduring droughts. CECI ESTELA • THE SPECTATOR On the American League side, you have the Cleveland Indians. Prior to capturing the NBA title this June, the city hadn’t won a championship in any […]

MLB Playoffs Heating Up

American League East rivals, Baltimore Orioles and Toronto Blue Jays faced off on Tuesday Oct. 4 in Canada for the AL Wild Card Title. The winner would advance to play the top seeded Texas Rangers in the first round. A three-run walkoff blast by Edwin Encarnacion in the 11th inning sent the Blue Jays into […]

MLB Season Awards

With Major League Baseball nearing the end of its 2016 season, Maxwell Cromett and Willy Goldstein give their picks for Season Awards. EMILY MOZZONE • THE SPECTATOR   Most Valuable Player MC: American League: Mookie Betts — Boston Red Sox At the age of 24, Betts batted .318 with 31 homers and 113 RBIs on the season. […]

Mariner’s High Hopes Dashed for 15th Time

For the Seattle Mariners, the team with the longest playoff drought in Major League Baseball, their late season oasis has once again dissipated as nothing more than a mirage. Just as they have for the last 15 years, the Mariners will miss the 2016 MLB Playoffs after a 9-8 extra inning loss to the woeful […]

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