Tough loss breaks 13 year record

Women's soccer fumble in final fight

Semifinal loss ends 13 consecutive appearances at NCAA Tournament A 0-2 semifinal loss has ended the SPU Women’s soccer team’s 2017 season. On Thursday, Oct. 2, at the Greater Northwest Athletic Conference Tournament, the Western Washington Vikings showed why they are the defending national NCAA Division II champions, beating the Falcons and going on to […]

Holland returns to field

SPU women’s soccer concludes spring season

For the last 13 months, SPU women’s soccer junior midfielder Brooke Holland has been dealing with injuries. This week, during the Falcons’ final week of spring season, Holland was finally given the all clear to begin running again, an action she hadn’t been able to do since she received injections into her two torn groin […]

Tough match ends spring season

SPU men’s soccer looking to take improvements into the fall season

The SPU men’s soccer team concluded their 2017 Spring Exhibition Season in a fiery and physical cross-city match up against the University of Washington. On Saturday afternoon, April 29, the Falcons took on the Huskies, who had recently completed a sweet 16 run in the NCAA tournament during their regular fall season. The UW men […]

Stinson save-ing the game

Junior goalkeeper prepares for last competitive soccer season

Tough games often bring out the best in teams; they force every member to step up, and, for some, that goes without recognition. For junior Falcon goalkeeper Molly Stinson, that is not the case. Stinson from Woodinville, Washington has been the starting goalkeeper for the Falcons since her second year at SPU, after the previous […]

Improvement shows on field versus Seattle University

Spring exhibition season winds down, Falcons take on two DI competitors

With another week of the spring exhibition season in the books, the SPU men’s soccer team matched up against Seattle University and showcased what it is capable of. While the point of the spring exhibition season is to see improvements and gauge where the team is, in Saturday’s game, the Falcons fought hard against a […]

Getting in formation

Falcons have miscues against Trinity Western

The SPU men’s soccer team traveled to Langley, B.C. to play an exhibition game against Trinity Western University this past Saturday, April 8. The team has a policy to not discuss the final score but rather the level of play in games such as this. They gave good effort, but their execution at times was […]

SPU Athletics faces two year probation

NCAA places sanctions on Falcons after violations

Former women’s soccer Head Coach Chuck Sekyra left behind a memorable record during his 12-year tenure at SPU. It included 209 victories, six GNAC Coach of the Year awards, three NCAA Division II Final Four appearances and a 2008 national title. As of last month, his record was tainted by numerous sanctions against him and […]

Falcons kick off spring season

Men’s soccer shows vast improvement despite loss of six senior players

This past Friday, the SPU men’s soccer team played the second game of the Spring Exhibition Season against the University of British Columbia. Earlier last month, on Saturday, March 4 they played a match against the University of Portland. With the main point of the exhibition season being improvement for the upcoming fall season, the […]