Men surrender to the fog

The Seattle Pacific University men’s soccer team boarded their plane out of Seattle on Friday expecting a win over Humboldt State University (HSU) on Saturday. Instead, the Falcons didn’t even get to play a game. The Falcons (10-2-3) were scheduled to meet the HSU Lumberjacks at noon on Saturday in Arcata for the Great Northwest […]

Volleyball takes flight in Alaska

Riding a four game winning streak, the Seattle Pacific University women’s volleyball team took a break from the home court fun and traveled north to Alaska this past weekend to play Alaska Anchorage and Alaska Fairbanks. Not to say the visit wasn’t fun, quite the contrary; the Falcons took it all with them. They increased […]

SPU women cannot lose

It wasn’t very hard to see head soccer coach Chuck Sekyra’s grin when the Seattle Pacific women’s soccer team scored a major win against Northwest Nazarene University (NNU) last Saturday, winning 7-0 and upping their overall undefeated streak to 16 games this season. After tying an intense game on Wednesday night against Simon Fraser University […]

SPU intramurals passing the test

When high school juniors and seniors begin the process of searching for the right college, qualities such as the school’s location, class size, family tradition, religious affiliation, academic rigor and so forth top the list of standards that the student will examine. In some cases, attributes such as the quality of the athletic program and […]

The soul beneath the surface

Andre Agassi, a revered American philosopher/tennis player, once said, "Image is everything." Had he not been advertising a camera, his words might have endured more scrutiny. As it turns out, the idea stuck. "Clothes make the man," is another one that stuck. (It was coined by Mark Twain, who added, "Naked people have little or […]