Men’s Week In Review



Men’s Tennis

The Seattle University Men’s Tennis team took on George Fox University (GFU) Friday. The Redhawks triumphed over the Bruins, winning the tournament by a score of 5-2. Seattle U conquered the singles matches, allowing George Fox only one point.

Sophomores Colton Weeldreyer and Emilio Monroy both swept their singles matches against the Bruins. Junior teammate Arshak Ghazaryan also swept George Fox in a twoset win. Classmate Alex Chan and Adrian Sanabria also took the wins in their drawn-out matches.

During the doubles matches, the Redhawks fought hard, but the point ultimately went to GFU as they won two of the three matches.

With another win for the Redhawks in the books, they now patiently await their next matchup against Eastern Washington University March 16.


Seattle U Men’s basketball player Delante Jones going up for the shot.


Seattle U Men’s Basketball competed in two games this week, finishing out their Western Athletic Conference Regular season. Game one was against CSU Bakersfield as the Redhawks showcased their skills in a 63-57 overtime thriller.

Terrell Brown sank two game-tying free-throws after a back and forth game sending the Redhawks to their first overtime game of the season.

Morgan Means and Mattia Da Campo shot 100 percent in the extra time, securing the Redhawks another win for the regular season.

In game two the team battled it out with Grand Canyon University in another overtime game. In a late Redhawk run, Terrell Brown came alive scoring 16 of his 21 total points in the last 11 minutes of the game.

Mattia Da campo and First-year Riley Grigsby stood their ground and shut GCU offense down in overtime, securing the fifth Redhawks win of the regular season.

The Redhawks end the season 1813 and will compete in the Western Athletic Conference tournament March 13-17 in Las Vegas, Nevada.


University of Texas at Arlington visited Bannerwood Park over the weekend for a three-game series against Seattle U. During the series opener the Mavericks scored a run in the second inning and two more runs in the third which would secure their win over Seattle U. Senior pitcher, Jake Prizina went eight strong innings, finishing with seven strikeouts, one walk off, and four total hits. The single Redhawk run scored Seattle U one point by Kyle Sherick.

Game two started out shaky as First-year Alex Jemal gave up three consecutive hits and two runs in the first inning. However, things began to look up as Jemal pitched four scoreless innings. The Redhawks offense then came through, scoring three runs in the second inning. The Redhawks and Mavericks continued to battle it out the next four innings, with UTA ultimately taking a 6-5 win.

The last day of the series against UTA ended short for the Redhawks. UTA took its third win of the series by a score of 2-1. The Redhawks’ offense only managed a single run on six hits. The Redhawks were unable to push another run over home plate finishing off the game as another UTA victory.

The Redhawks are now preparing for a five-game series against University of Minnesota Monday, March 11.

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