Sounders Drop MLS Cup Final Rematch

The Seattle Sounders lost last weekends MLS Cup rematch against Toronto FC, dropping the match 1-0. Just a year after the Sounders won the championship and took home the MLS Cup, they are struggling to find their footing. While Toronto looks set to make a second consecutive appearance, Seattle sits at eighth place in the […]

Warriors, Cavs Rolling in NBA Playoffs

The NBA Playoffs usually bring out some of the best, competitive basketball of the year, but this postseason has been a little different. PHOTO VIA DAVID RICHARD, USA TODAY Lebron James takes a jump shot over Norman Powell. Out of the 10 series that have been completed so far, there have been four sweeps, and […]

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 […]

Men’s Golf Claims WAC Championship, on to Regionals

Seattle University men’s golf team broke through this past weekend, winning the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) championship, in Mesa, Arizona. The win gives them the conference’s automatic bid to the NCAA regional championship. COURTESY OF SEATTLE U ATHLETICS Kyle Cornett (middle) and Zack Overstreet (right) took home the hardware. As a team, the Redhawks shot […]

Jim Hayford Brings Winning Ways to Seattle U

Jim Hayford has been hired as the new men’s head basketball coach and hopes to revitalize a program that hasn’t been to the NCAA tournament since 1969. He left a successful sixyear run at Eastern Washington, where he led the Eagles to the NCAA tournament in 2015. RICK MAY • SEATTLE U ATHLETICS Jim Hayford […]

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. […]

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