Gymnasts score season high

The Falcon gymnasts posted their highest meet score of the season on Friday night, but it wasn’t enough to beat Sacramento State, as the Hornets won 194.475-192.050. The Falcons achieved their high score thanks to remarkable personal performances, as at least one gymnast posted a personal best score on every event. Vault was particularly strong […]

Olympics close on high note

SALT LAKE CITY–To the thunderous explosion of a massive fireworks display that dappled the colors of the rainbow on the snow-capped mountains of the Wasatch Range, the XIX Olympic Winter Games drew to a close Sunday night, an Olympics notable for judging controversies and doping cases as much as a can-do American spirit. Controversy, in […]

Outdoor meets begin

With the indoor season almost over and the outdoor season coming soon, SPU’s track teams are warmed up and ready to step into the ring. The Husky Preview indoor/outdoor meet is Saturday at the University of Washington, but head coach Jack Hoyt sees the Salzman Invitational on March 9 as the grand finale of the […]

Men move up to 9th with Alaska sweep

The Falcons return home from a five-game road trip having won four out of five, keeping them within one game of the conference lead and setting up the possibility for Saturday’s home game against Humboldt State to decide the conference championship. The team’s last two road wins on Thursday and Saturday completed a season sweep […]

Women improve playoff odds

With only a single game left in season play, the Seattle Pacific women’s basketball team is faced with the challenge of taking on second place Central Washington University this Saturday at 5 p.m. in SPU’s Royal Brougham Pavilion. In addition, Saturday’s game could decide whether or not the Falcons qualify for the postseason, as they […]