SPU wins both matchups

Falcons have their highest scoring game

Seattle Pacific University’s men’s soccer team made major strides this past week by winning two conference games in a row. The Falcons started off the week by taking down the Concordia Cavaliers 2-1. The week’s high continued with SPU out shooting the Saint Martin’s Saints 5-3, the Falcon’s highest scoring game of the season. The […]

Falcons defeat Cavaliers

Seattle Pacific wins in a close 2-1 game

The Seattle Pacific University men’s soccer team almost lost their No. 3 spot in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference, barely keeping hold of it with a close win. The Falcons sustained the No. 3 seed in the GNAC after defeating conference foe the Concordia Cavaliers, 2-1. The two teams met last Saturday in Concordia for […]

Falcons sit at No. 3 in GNAC

Men’s soccer goes 6-2-1 after confrence win

The Seattle Pacific University’s men’s soccer team leads the Great Northwestern Athletic Conference in overall wins, 6-2-1. The Falcons started the season guns blazing; after a close one point loss to the Chino State Wildcats, the team put together a four game win streak, immediatwwely claiming the best overall record in the GNAC. “Our biggest […]

Falcons win two five-sets in a row for disabled

Seattle Pacific University women’s volleyball team is 4-2 in the GNAC conference after last win

Coming off a thrilling five-set win against Saint Martin’s on Sept. 26 in Royal Brougham Pavilion, the women’s volleyball team pulled off yet another five-set win on Sept. 28 against the Montana State University Billings Yellowjackets at Alterowitz Gymnasium. Last season, the SPU volleyball team was 2-6 in matches that went to all five sets. […]

Lady Falcons sit at No. 2 in GNAC

Men’s soccer goes 6-2-1 after confrence win

The 6-3 Seattle Pacific University’s women’s soccer team scored themselves the second place seat in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference with their most recent win, 2-1, coming in overtime. The lady Falcons competed against the Western Oregon Wolves last Saturday away from home. Most of the game the Falcons trailed after Western Oregon’s forward Amber […]