Week in Review: November 6-13


Men’s basketball defeated Portland State 83 to 71 Nov. 13 in the homecoming game, bringing their record to 3-0. This game also was the second game in a row Junior Cameron Tyson scored 30+  points. Sophomore Paris Dawson, who transferred from, scored 18 points against his prior school.

Seattle U’s women’s basketball dropped both their away games against the Oregon Ducks 47-90 and the Oregon State Beavers 53-89. 

Cross Country

The Season ended for Seattle U’s cross country team at the NCAA West Regionals Championship Nov. 12, the Redhawks walked away from the championship with season’s bests from everyone on the team 

Freshman Azalea Groleau led the women’s team, finishing the six kilometers in 21.13.4, a 52-second personal record. Sophomore Lilianne Hargreaves was not far behind with a time of 21.52.6, a 41-second improvement on her personal record. Groleau and Junior Gus Harquail ran times that placed both of them at fourth in the school’s history in the 6k and 10k respectively. 


Men’s soccer lost their game 0-4 against San Jose State Nov. 11, concluding their season. The season ended for Seattle U men’s soccer with 7 (wins)-10 (losses)-1 (tie). 

The women’s soccer season also concluded Friday, Nov. 4. They dropped their game to New Mexico State Friday night with a score of 0-1. A foul from the Redhawks led to a penalty kick for the other team that allowed New Mexico State to score the game’s only goal. They ended the season with a record of 11-63. 


The women’s swim team competed in Moscow, Idaho against the Idaho University Vandals. The Redhawks had multiple wins and personal bests. Freshman Sarah Cook won the 100 meter breast, 200 m breast and the 100 m individual medley. Freshman Nohea Kamauu won the 200 m butterfly. The women’s swim team hosted an Alumni Meet, Nov. 13. 


Redhawk volleyball traveled to Riverside, Calif. to play against California Baptist University, Nov. 12. Seattle U dropped the game 0-3, ending their season. They started off strong in each set but were unable to close one out.