Six SPU women go to nationals

Despite a good showing at nationals, a sense of disappointment filled the women’s track and field team. The team went to Southern Illinois last weekend for the Division II national championships. The ninth-place team finish was the best showing that the team has had in the last eight years. Junior middle distance runner Rachel Ross […]

‘We had the same goals’

Many of you may have heard that the women’s varsity four boat won the national championship two weeks ago, but that is all you know about the two-time national champions. Since crew is not as hyped up as the other varsity sports such as basketball, most students do not have the opportunity to see or […]

Track Season ends strong at UW

The track and field season ended on Saturday at Husky Stadium. Schools from all around the Northwest came to the UW campus as SPU hosted the first annual Ken Foreman Classic. The meet was a success for the Falcons as the women scored well in most of their events. The men finished out the season […]

City celebrates start of boating season

Thousands of Seattlelites flocked to the Montlake Cut on the University of Washington campus Saturday morning for the 81st Annual Opening Day of boating season. Opening Day of boating is a ceremonial starting point to the activity that attracts so many people. According to a recent study, there are over 200,000 boats in the Puget […]

Women doing well in training

The SPU women’s soccer program is slated to kick off on August 23 later this year. Despite not playing a regular-season game yet, the SPU women’s soccer team is planning on competing with teams that have had successful programs for years. Coach Bobby Bruch said, "We plan on making the playoffs this season." This is […]

Women place first in Bellingham meet

Both the men’s and women’s track and field teams ventured up to Bellingham last weekend as they competed in the Vernacchia Invitational. The women did exceptionally well, placing first with a score of 133. The next highest score was Western Washington with 18. The men did not fare as well placing fourth with a modest […]

Women earn first-round bye

SPU returned to its winning ways this weekend as they clinched the PacWest Championship for the third time in five years. The Falcons did so in easy fashion as the quickly disposed of Humboldt State 86-57 and Western Oregon 68-39. "We have been working hard all season to get this far, and it feels really […]