Traveling back in time to Seattle University’s Sports Hall of Fame

From beating the Globetrotters to allowing women on the men’s team to boasting an alumni as the first American to summit Mount Everest, Seattle University’s athletic program has had dominating accomplishments in everything from basketball to mountaineering. Photo from the Spectator archives, 1952 New Jersey natives Eddie and Johnny O’Brien were recruited by head basketball […]

Tennis Wins in Regular Season Finale

It was senior day and the seniors had their eyes and their rackets on the win, especially playing on their turf. During the final match of the regular season, Seattle University’s men’s and women’s tennis team both brought home a win on Thursday, April 13, against Puget Sound, 7-0. J. DOMINGO • THE SPECTATOR SeattleU’s […]

Seattle University Tennis Teams Pull out Win

This past week saw Seattle University’s tennis teams pick up big wins in what have been up and down seasons for the programs. CECI ESTELA • THE SPECTATOR The women’s team picked up the win in Boise by defeating Weber State 5-2. It was just their second win of the season, but a convincing one […]

Two All Time Greats Make Tennis History

If you are a tennis fan, you may not need to watch any more matches after the events of the Australian Open this past weekend. QUINN ROONEY • GETTY IMAGES Venus Williams (left) and Serena Williams (right) pose with their hardware after the match. Fans were treated to some of the best tennis matches, and […]

Seattle U Tennis Loses in Double Defeat

Seattle University women’s tennis team lost 1-6 to University of Washington in a match Saturday at UW’s Nordstrom Tennis Center. CECI ESTELA • THE SPECTATOR “Kind of an overall theme I thought was getting close games, but they [UW] had the confidence and belief in themselves to take those big points,” said men and women’s […]

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