Correction

In last issue’s intramurals standings, the second-place men’s and third-place women’s teams were incorrectly identified. Correct standings are listed above. The Falcon regrets the errors. This article was imported from The Falcon’s Records If you find an error, mistake, or omission due to the import process, please contact us. Original Metadata about the article can be found below […]

Intramural Update

Men 1. Fifth Hill (522 points) 2. Second West Emerson (422) 3. Moyer (351) 4. Fifth Ashton (311) 5. Fourth Hill (511) Women 1. Fifth Hill (302) 2. Fourth Emerson (225) 3. Second Emerson, Second Hill and Third West Ashton (150) Co-Ed 1. Moyer (189) 2. Third Central Emerson and Fourth Ashton (150) 4. Fifth […]

Pro skier gives back to youth

Maged Sultan, 23, sighed as he looked up at the rock wall he just climbed. "That was so cool!" Sultan, along with nine other homeless youth from the Seattle streets, was given the opportunity to rock-climb at Stone Gardens in Ballard on Monday morning. SPU senior Bryce Phillips and his three classmates Ryan Bell, Katie […]

Falcons battle through holidays

Cheer up, sports fans; the annual winter break is rap-tap-tapping at our chamber door. But more importantly, the surprising women of the Falcon basketball world are stomping on their opponents with ease. The winter season is different for all individuals, but like every faction of life, SPU students share a common traditional trait. Let’s be […]

SPU eliminated in first round

The SPU volleyball team returned to Seattle from the NCAA Pacific Regional tournament in San Bernardino, Calif., after a disappointing 3-1 loss to Hawaii Pacific University (HPU) on Nov. 15. HPU, last year’s Division II champion, was the first team the Falcons were matched against in the regional tournament. The Falcons entered the tournament seeded […]

Falcons blow out another opponent

The Seattle Pacific University women’s basketball team, coming off of a four-game winning streak, stuck to precedent last night when they defeated Northwest College 102-51. The game started slowly with Northwest and SPU remaining fairly even in scoring. Ten minutes into the first half the score was tied at 20. But toward the end of […]

Men rout Northwest College

SPU jumped to an early lead over the Northwest College Eagles last night and went on to a commanding 103-66 win. Senior guard Nick Johnson led the Falcons with 19 points, and junior forward Yusef Aziz added 17 as part of SPU’s well-balanced offensive attack. The Falcons had five players score in double figures. The […]