The Spectator

MLB Quarter Season Awards

AJ Schofield, Author

June 1, 2016

Willy Goldstein AL MVP - Manny Machado, Baltimore Orioles: The 23-year-old shortstop is building on his stellar 2015 campaign with a hot start to the season. He leads the league in WAR and has shown impressive poise and maturity for such a young player. He has lead the Orioles on the offensive and defensive end to second place in the AL East th...

Staff Picks: Best Sports Moments

AJ Schofield, Author

June 1, 2016

WM: Warriors Win Game 6 Down 3-2 in a best of seven series with the league’s hottest playoff team (explain to me, please, how the Thunder beat the Spurs), the Dubs were playing for their playoff lives on hostile ground against the game’s second best backcourt in Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook. Golden State, however, has the game’s best bac...

Men’s Club Rowing Wins Gold at Nationals

AJ Schofield, Author

June 1, 2016

The Seattle University men’s club rowing team travelled to Gainsville, Ga. to compete in the American Collegiate Rowing Association (ARCA) Championships last weekend and won the gold in the Lightweight Novice 4+ event. Seattle U won the final with a time of 7:07.136, narrowly edging out Michigan, which finished with a time of 7:07.429. “We...

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Track and Field Takes Home 4 Golds at WAC

May 18, 2016

Cam PetersKatie Fleming placed sixth overall in triple jump, with a max distance of 11.69m. The Seattle University Track and ...

Meet Your 2016 Seahawks Draft Picks

AJ Schofield, Author

May 4, 2016

The 2016 NFL Draft was held last weekend, April 29 – May 1, in Chicago and there will be some new faces around the VMAC when the rookie minicamp kicks off this Friday. Who are all these new faces? Germain Ifedi – OT, Texas A&M (First Round, Pick No. 31) Seattle hasn’t used their first round pick since drafting Bruce Irvin in 2012. That cha...

Enough With the Early Retirement Announcements

AJ Schofield, Author

April 19, 2016

Hey guys! I haven’t written a column in a while, and for that I apologize (kinda). The original column was called ‘Sports R Dumb,’ and focused primarily on things that made sports, well, dumb. We’re gonna get back to that, back to our roots.   *Begin Rant* David Ortiz announced that this will be his last season playing baseball, and that he...

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Track and Fields Sets Two School Records

April 13, 2016

The Seattle University track and field team competed at the WAR 9 outdoor event in Spokane, Wash. this past weekend, breaking...

From left to right, the Women's Varsity rowing team consists of Abigail Wells, Meghan Ricci, Jennifer Cruz, Molly Hammond, Mariana Osuna, Rachel Wong, Rebecca Ravitz, Catherine Abajian, and  Katherine Ollenbrook.

Women’s Rowing Opens Spring Season

April 6, 2016

teams opened their spring season last weekend at the Husky Open here in Seattle. The annual event was held in the Montlake Cut...

This is Madness!

AJ Schofield, Author

March 30, 2016

You all had Villanova, Oklahoma, North Carolina and Syracuse in your Final Four right? No, you didn’t. And in case you haven’t been following along there have been some major upsets in this year’s tournament on the road to the Final Four. The largest upset this year was No. 15 State Middle-Tennessee State topping perennial favorite and No....


Joan Bonvicini Steps Down After Seven Seasons

March 30, 2016

After seven seasons at Seattle University, women’s basketball head coach Joan Bonvicini has resigned, the school announced Tuesday. PHOT...

WAC Tournament

AJ Schofield, Author

March 9, 2016

The Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Basketball tournament tips off this week in Las Vegas. Seattle University finds itself as the No. 3 seed overall for the second year in a row, and is hoping to make another deep run. Last year, the Redhawks ended up losing to New Mexico State in the tournament’s championship game. We took a look at all seven...

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Track & Field Brings Home Some Hardware

March 2, 2016

The Seattle University track team is bringing home some hardware. After competing at the WAC Indoor Championships last week,...

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