Falcons win three at NCRC

Illness, blocked racing lanes and lineup changes — these are common occurrences in a Seattle Pacific regatta. SPU closed out its regular season Saturday in Lake Stevens, Wash., where it competed in the Northwest Collegiate Rowing Championships. Of the eight Falcon boats in the competition, the women’s varsity four, the men’s second varsity four and […]

Winter over; enter racing

Following months of grueling practice in the cold, dark months of fall and winter, the Seattle Pacific crew team can take solace in their hard work after getting out to strong starts on both the men’s and women’s sides. Last weekend, the men’s and women’s teams competed at the Covered Bridge Regatta in Lowell, Ore. […]

SPU falls after late rally

With 12 seconds remaining and Seattle Pacific down by one point, the Falcons had possession on an inbounds play. Assistant coach Michelle Skyles called a play that yielded a potential game-winning layup under the basket. The layup never happened. Grand Canyon fouled senior center Melissa Reich immediately, bringing her to the free-throw line for two […]

Women headed to Pomona

Even after the Falcons let a 19-point second-half lead slip away in Anchorage in the conference playoffs, they are still headed to the NCAA Tournament. Seattle Pacific (20-8 overall) earned the seventh seed in the Western Region and will play second seed Grand Canyon (27-2 overall) on Friday in Pomona, Calif. Eight teams, which were […]

Staff editorial

They are famous for their funeral pickets and protest signs that read, “Thank God for Dead Soldiers,” and, “God Hates Fag Enablers.” Though the popular opinion of Americans might be to quell such speech, the majority of the Supreme Court upheld the protections that the First Amendment guarantees to all U.S. citizens. On March 2, […]