Crew sending three boats to nationals

At the doorstep of a national title, the SPU women’s varsity pair, light four and novice four are knocking, eager and ready. "They’re ready to go out and give it everything they’ve got," said junior Lindsay Dilschneider, the varsity four coxswain. The Falcon crew team will send these boats, their three regional champions, to the […]

Falcons pick Hironaka

Jeff Hironaka held back tears and struggled for words as he was introduced as the 10th head coach of the SPU men’s basketball program at a press conference held yesterday afternoon at Royal Brougham Pavilion’s Falcon Lounge. After 11 years as assistant to former head coach Ken Bone, Hironaka accepted the position as his first […]

Huskies hire Bone

Ken Bone, craftsman of one of the nation’s premiere NCAA Division II men’s basketball programs, resigned as head coach at SPU to accept an assistant coaching position at the University of Washington, Husky head coach Lorenzo Romar announced yesterday. In his office yesterday afternoon, Bone worked in and around binders and boxes filled with plaques, […]

Successful spring continues

Clusters of jackets printed with team names and logos lined the Montlake Cut on Saturday as fans and crew teams hid from the wind and rain while cheering their respective schools in the Husky Invitational. Still unbeaten this year, the SPU women’s lightweight four retained its title, rowing past the University of Oregon and University […]

Dreams come true in ‘Rookie’

Baseball possesses elements of simplicity and purity; the game has arguably become a revered sport in American culture because it encourages wholesome competition and respect for its players. Disney’s "The Rookie" upholds all that is good in the game and makes a clean argument for why baseball will never change. Equipped with a pleasant musical […]