Playoff pressure heats up

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Storytellers of hope

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Track season opens

As a cold wind whipped across the University of Washington’s track, freshman Sarah Kraybill stepped behind her starting block for the 400-meter dash. "I was really nervous. I’ve done this many times. I was determined," Kraybill said. Kraybill, a graduate and state track star of Ballard High School, surpassed all expectations as she sprinted to […]

Team ranked fourth in nation

The Falcons gymnastics squad finished the weekend with a season-high 48.025 on the vault at the Shanico Invitation. Sophomore Alison Siegel and senior Callie Field led the way, both with a 9.65, a new team high. Despite the high, the Falcons compiled a final score of 188.875. The meet included Division I teams Oregon State, […]

Breaking the stereotypes

When junior basketball player John Hubbard hears about things people have said about him, he wishes they knew that there was more to him than just basketball. "They look at me and say ‘Oh, Hubbard’s here. He’s just another black athlete who’s just here for basketball and doesn’t care about education’ … Things like that […]

The Way I See It

Yesterday morning I went to go check my e-mail, and instead of my usual morning dose of forwards from friends I don’t care to hear from, I got a nice letter from Dr. Eaton. It seems he wanted to let me know that the university had decided to start a women’s soccer program. Well, it’s […]

Women win eighth straight

Junior center Liz Guppy and the women’s basketball team are on a mission. By defeating Central Washington, the team asserts that it was a big step in the road ahead. "It was our last home game, [and] we had something we wanted to say to them," Guppy said. The dual wins at home against the […]

Playoff pressure heats up

March Madness is in full swing at SPU, and the Falcon women are looking to carry their late-season momentum into the playoffs. The women will begin their fourth straight trip to the playoffs Thursday at 8 p.m. in Pomona, Calif., against Montana State Billings. The two teams split the two regular season games against each […]