Seniors shine in home finale

The senior class of the 2006 women’s basketball team was determined to go out not with a whimper, but with a bang. They did that Saturday night against Central Washington in a game in which each senior finished with a double-digit point total, a fitting final home game for a class that has ruled Royal […]

Seattle Pacific track wrap-up

Chris Randolph placed fifth at the U.S. Indoor Combined Event Championships over the weekend in Chapel Hill, N.C. Randolph, last year’s National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) Division II national champion in the decathlon, won the 1,000 meter race in a personal record time of 2 minutes, 40.69 seconds. The field of competitors included 2004 Olympian […]

Falcons taking home hardware

For the first time in seven years, Seattle Pacific University has the most valuable player in men’s basketball. Senior point guard Tony Binetti was awarded Monday as the conference’s MVP, an award that was last given to an SPU player in 1999 (Jeff McBroom). In addition to Binetti’s accolade, coach Jeff Hironaka and sophomore center […]

Falcons flat at UW

Tasha Smith of Oregon State University (OSU) tumbled her way to win the all-around and lead the Beavers to a win over the University of Washington (UW) Huskies and Seattle Pacific University Falcons. No Falcons placed in the top three of any event in Friday night’s meet at UW’s Bank of America Arena. "We were […]

Men are conference champions

The Seattle Pacific tradition of excellence has been successfully carried on this past week, as the Falcon men’s basketball team captured not only the Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) title, but will also host the West Regional tournament in Royal Brougham Pavilion for only the third time in the past 41 years. Needing a victory […]