Winning streak extended

The Mariners started their longest home stand of the year with a 3-2 win over the Baltimore Orioles last night thanks to the bat and glove of right fielder Ichiro Suzuki. It was the Mariners sixth consecutive win coming off of a win over Minnesota and four-game sweep of Kansas City. Seattle’s record of 38-12 […]

The way I See It

The fun part of spring quarter your senior year is that you’re graduating. The depressing part of that quarter is that you’re graduating. As much as I’ve complained about the communist rules of SPU, it has grown on me like athletes’ foot, and I’m going to miss this place. Things will be different now that […]

5th Hill takes intramural championship

The Fifth Hill intramural teams captured the rare triple crown this season, winning the women’s, men’s and coed divisions. "This year has been really great playing sports with the guys. It’s one of the few teams in SPU history that has done this," said Fifth Hill intramural representative Jared Lemmon. The floor did not lead […]

Mariners lose slugfest

The Seattle Mariners have sprinted out to the best record in baseball as a result of solid pitching and defense as well as the second most productive offense. The tables turned last night as Seattle fell to the Minnesota Twins by a score of 12-11, largely due to an eight-run third inning that gave starting […]

The way I See It

Enough with the "it’s early in the season" excuses. We are already over 40 games into the season. Assuming the Mariners play .500 baseball for the rest of the season, they will finish with 91 wins. Oakland will have to go 70-49 to reach that mark. It is difficult to believe that things will continue […]

Intramural Corner

Deep in the Hole took the intramural softball championship on Thursday by a score of 10-1 over the surprise finalist Trouser Snakes. Going into the semifinal games on Tuesday, it seemed that a clash of the titans was imminent in the championship game. The high-powered offense of First Robbins was going to meet the aged […]

White Sox hung out to dry

The Seattle Mariners improved their major league-leading record to 29-9 with a 4-3 win over the Chicago White Sox at Safeco Field last night as Jeff Nelson picked up the win in relief. The Mariners’ starting pitcher, Aaron Sele, got off to a rough start in the first inning, giving up back-to-back home runs to […]

The way I See It

Though not everybody is showing the love, Mariners right fielder Ichiro Suzuki is taking the league by storm and establishing himself as the best leadoff hitter in baseball. On Monday, The Sporting News’ Web site listed Ichiro as a pick for the MVP. At this pace he is a virtual lock for Rookie of the […]