Falcons set personal records at Open

Track and field gears up for Conference Championships

The Seattle Pacific University track and field team had a long, eventful weekend of meets as they competed in both the Husky Classic and the UW Indoor Open this past weekend. Senior Michaella Khans soared at Sunday’s UW Indoor Classic as she made a new PR on pole vault, clearing 11-10 3/4. This surpassed her […]

Falcon women suffer double losses

SPU goes 9-7 in conference

Missing crucial shots, the Falcon women lost two big games this week, and their record dropped to 17-7 overall, 9-7 in conference. On Thursday night, SPU faced off against their biggest rival, No. 1 ranked Western Washington University. With an abysmal scoring percentage, the lowest of their season, the Falcons could not seem to get […]

SPU wins homecoming Regatta

Current Falcons face off against alumni in race

Hopeful and excited, the SPU rowing team woke up Saturday morning energized for their first “race” of the season. Facing off against alumni from many seasons past in the Alumni Crew Regatta, the inexperienced team came away with the win. “We have got a super, super young team, but a great group of young women […]

SPU falls four points shy of UCD

Falcons surpass 190-point mark for third-consecutive gymnastics meet

The Seattle Pacific University women’s gymnastics team had another meet for the record books with their competition in Colorado Springs against Air Force Academy and UC Davis. The Falcons once again surpassed the 190-point mark for their third-consecutive meet, finishing with a third-place score of 190.425. UC Davis won the meet with a total of […]

Hall of Fame

SPU inducts Falcons McCrath, Husted, Glancy and ‘78 men’s soccer team

Coming off of celebrating the men’s basketball’s win against Central Washington (79-61) on Saturday, Feb. 11, onlookers were invited up to the Falcon Club in Royal Brougham Pavilion to take part in the first-ever All-Athletics Reunion. As part of a special homecoming weekend to celebrate SPU’s 125th anniversary, the Athletics Department introduced this event, along […]

Two for Three

Falcons accomplish 2-1, bringing record to 7-10; fall to eighth place in GNAC

This past week, the SPU men’s basketball team avenged their losses earlier in the season to Northwest Nazarene and Central Washington but fell to Saint Martin’s for a second time. The Falcon’s record now stands at 11-14, 7-10 in the GNAC, dropping them to eighth place. SPU will likely need to win out the rest of […]

SPU struggles away

Three consecutive losses bring record to 9-13

Road woes continued for SPU as the young Falcons struggled to close out games on the road again. Despite good effort, poor shooting and poor ball security doomed the team. “I think for us bad stretches have come on the road because traveling can take a toll,” sophomore forward Coleman Wooten said. “It mentally and […]

Falcons outscore Yellowjackets

SPU starts win streak on road, GNAC record 9-5, 17-5 overall

Thanks to a win on Saturday, the Seattle Pacific University women’s basketball team ensued their fourth consecutive win. Beating the Montana State Billings, 98-57, the Falcons ended their four away games with a record of 17-5 overall and 9-5 in conference. SPU played all 12 of its players, and each put points on the board, […]