Softball Nabs the Win on Senior Day

Seattle University softball redeemed itself on senior day after losing their first two games on Friday against CSU Bakersfield on the final weekend of the regular season. The Redhawks (7-8 WAC) battled the Roadrunners (4-11 WAC) at Logan Field this weekend, ultimately losing the series but handing the seniors a win on their special day. […]

Softball Stakes Its Claim in the WAC

As part of their final road series of the season, the Redhawks’ softball team took on the University of Missouri, Kansas City in Western Athletic Conference (WAC) play. Going into their doubleheader on Friday, both teams had a 4-5 record, meaning that the outcome would inevitably have an effect on their standings. MANDY RUSCH • […]

Redhawks Battle, Fall Short of Win

Seattle University softball failed to keep their lead on Friday as they fell short in two back-to-back losses on Saturday in a series against New Mexico State University this weekend. The Redhawks (14-24, 3-3 WAC) fought hard against the Aggies and won the first game on Friday, but after a stormy night cut the second […]

Softball Faces Heated Tournament in Honolulu

Less than a week after their away game against Cal St. Northridge, the softball team once again left home to participate in the Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament in Honolulu, Hawaii. This five-round competition took place over the course of three days and featured opponents such as Charleston Southern University, University of Toledo and of course, […]

Softball Improving, Slowly but Surely

Seattle University’s softball team went 1-4 this past weekend at the Libby Matson Softball Tournament in Stockton, Calif. MANDY RUSCH • THE SPECTATOR Despite picking up four losses over the weekend, there were signs of hope for the Redhawks (3-11) as they didn’t lose any games by more than three runs, and they scored eight […]

Softball Strives for Consistency in 2017

After ending their 2016 season with 19 wins out of 33 games, expectations for the Seattle University Softball team this year remain high despite a rough start with only 2 wins out of 10 games. MANDY RUSCH • THE SPECTATOR “We ended really strong last year, and I thought it would carry over, but we’ve […]

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