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2019 Women’s World Cup: An Exciting Summer in France

2019 Women’s World Cup: An Exciting Summer in France

Khuong "Teddy" Vo, Author

May 29, 2019

This year, France will host the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Beginning June 7 and lasting until July 7, the month-long tournament will see some of the very best soccer players in the world team up and face off against each other. With only five of the 24 competing nations having not participated...

Women’s Soccer Springs Into Season

Women’s Soccer Springs Into Season

Kristen Nielsen, Author

April 17, 2019

This fall, the Seattle University Women’s Soccer team went 6-1-1 in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC); they took home the WAC tournament title; and ultimately fell, but performed admirably in the NCAA tournament against No. 1 ranked Stanford. Now the team is kicking off their spring season. The ...

Goalkeeper Zach Nelson Joins Seattle U Men’s Soccer

Goalkeeper Zach Nelson Joins Seattle U Men’s Soccer

Kristen Nielsen, Author

January 31, 2019

Transfer students face a unique set of challenges when arriving at their new university. New city, new classes, new professors, new friends and for some, a new team. Zach Nelson transferred to Seattle University this winter and will join the Men’s Soccer team next season, his junior year. Nelson...

Seattle U’s Rivas And Aune Drafted By Same MLS Team

Seattle U’s Rivas And Aune Drafted By Same MLS Team

Alexandro Carrasco, Author

January 16, 2019

Seattle University Seniors Sergio Rivas and Nathan Aune were drafted by the San Jose Earthquakes in the second and third rounds of the 2019 MLS SuperDraft. “I’m really excited for him [Rivas],” Pete Fewing men’s soccer head coach said. “San Jose wanted him, and they were pleased to get him...

Fall Sports 2018 Recap

Fall Sports 2018 Recap

Alexandro Carrasco, Author

December 5, 2018

W. Soccer Women’s soccer had a great run this year, winning their fourth Western Athletic Conference (WAC) title since 2013, beating the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Seattle University is the only Division I program to have made it to its last six conference finals. Seattle U then played and fell to...

Women’s Soccer Season Ends at No.1 Ranked Stanford

Women’s Soccer Season Ends at No.1 Ranked Stanford

Caylah Lunning, Author

November 14, 2018

The Seattle University Women’s Soccer team traveled to Palo Alto, California where they faced the number one ranked team in the nation, Stanford University this past Friday, Nov. 9 for the pair's first-ever meeting. The Redhawks fought until the final whistle blew, but came up short with a 3-0 loss...

Women’s Soccer Wins WAC Championship

Women’s Soccer Wins WAC Championship

Alexandro Carrasco, Author

November 8, 2018

Seattle University defeated No. 1 (WAC) Kansas City 1-0 for the WAC title on Nov. 4. After the win, Seattle U awaited in anticipation to know their opponent for the first round of the NCAA tournament. On Monday, Seattle U was paired to play against Stanford, the No. 1 overall seed in the tournament. Against...

Sports Week In Review

Sports Week In Review

Alexandro Carrasco, Author

November 7, 2018

Women’s Volleyball The Redhawks had two matches this week as they faced New Mexico State University (NMSU) and University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV). Both matches were close; however, Seattle University fell short this week. MICHAEL OLLEE • THE SPECTATOR Rachel Stark, sophmore outside hitter, ...

Pete Fewing Earns 300th Win

Pete Fewing Earns 300th Win

Alexandro Carrasco, Author

October 31, 2018

Men’s Soccer Head Coach Pete Fewing took home the game ball on Friday Nov. 2 as the Redhawks defeated the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, giving him his 300th career win as a coach. Fewing is in his seventh season as head coach of a Division I program and his 25th season at Seattle University....

Men’s Week In Review

Men’s Week In Review

Caylah Lunning, Author

October 31, 2018

Soccer Seattle University Men’s Soccer team came out victorious this past weekend as they topped University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV) and Incarnate Word in Western Athletic Conference (WAC) play. It was a historic day Oct. 26 as head coach Pete Fewing clinched his 300th career win agai...

Women’s Week in Review

Women’s Week in Review

Alexandro Carrasco, Author

October 24, 2018

Soccer The Redhawks had an amazing performance, defeating University of Missouri Kansas City (UMKC) 3-1, at home. The matchup against the WAC’s top team coincided with senior night during which six seniors were recognized for their contributions. JAVIER PLASCENCIA • THE SPECTATOR Senior Hannah Ca...

Men’s Sports Week in Review

Men’s Sports Week in Review

Logan Gilbert, Staff Reporter

October 10, 2018

Soccer The Redhawks returned home after winning several games on the road, including a victory against the University of Missouri Kansas City and a win over Houston Baptist. JAVIER PLASCENCIA • THE SPECTATOR Freshman forward Declan McGlynn centering the ball for Seattle University teammates. ...

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