Seattle Mariners Fail to Make Playoffs

What looked to be a promising season for the Seattle Mariners turned out to be justas disappointing as the last 16 years. They composed a losing record of 76-81 for the 2017 season, finishing 14th in the MLB standings, just short of making playoff position. During the season, the Mariners lost some key players due […]

Baseball Headed to Arizona For WAC Tournament

This weekend hurled the Redhawks Baseball program (19-33-1, 8-16 WAC) into the Western Athletic Conference tournament after losing a series against Utah valley (18-34, 11-13 WAC). Although Seattle U ultimately lost to the Wolverines, losses by Universty of Texas Rio Grande Valley and Chicago State propelled the Redhawks out of their regular season and into […]

2017 MLB Season Under Way

Willy Goldstein provides a round-up of the movements and shifts happening in the fresh 2017 MLB season. Baby Bombers: Last year the Yankees youth movement were being referred to the baby bombers, but there’s nothing small about this group of guys. Led by the second best offense in the league, the Yankees are back, and […]

Baseball Drops Two of Three in Arizona

The Redhawks hit a roadblock this weekend as the Lopes managed to perform a complete-game shutout. Still, Seattle University baseball kept their hopes high. PHOTO COURTESY OF RICK MAY, SEATTLE U ATHLETICS Sean Sutton swings at a low pitch. At a three-game Western Athletic Conference (WAC) series this weekend against Grand Canyon University Seattle U […]

Baseball Picking up Steam

Seattle University baseball made a step in the right direction this past weekend, picking up their second series win of the season against UNLV. COURTESY OF SEATTLE U ATHLETICS Griffin Andreychuk rounds the bases after a home run. The series started off on a bad note on Friday with a 4-3 loss. Starter Jake Prizina […]

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