Women shock No. 1 in shootout

The Seattle Pacific University women’s soccer program worked double overtime and then some to knock off the No. 1 ranked women from Metro State and advance to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II final four. This is their first trip in the program’s five year history. "We believe that we can beat anyone […]

Curtain call for spikers

For the first time in five years, the SPU women’s volleyball team made it to the postseason and captured the Greater Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) title. The Falcons (16-2, 22-6) proved their dominance in the GNAC this year by beating every team at least once, if not more. "Being able to participate in the postseason […]

Women take two

The cast has been altered but the show remains the same for the Seattle Pacific University women’s basketball team. The No. 3 ranked Falcons have jumped to a 3-0 start, claiming the Sodexho Classic at Royal Brougham two weekends ago and stretching their home unbeaten streak to 34 games. On Friday Nov. 18, the women […]

The lawyer-doctor conflict

Tony Dyess did everything right. He lived in a good neighborhood with a good hospital nearby and he had health insurance. One day, on his way back from work, he was involved in a car crash. He was immediately taken to a nearby hospital, but there was no neurosurgeon there that could insert a shunt […]