Eighty-four Seattle University student-athletes were named to WAC Academic Teams Thursday, as the conference honored spring sport teams, as well as freshmen and transfers.
The women's swim team was named CSCAA Scholar All-America, while three Redhawks earned individual academic honors from the organization.
More than 80 Redhawk student-athletes earned their undergraduate degrees on Sunday, June 11 as Seattle University held its 2017 Graduation Ceremonies at KeyArena at Seattle Center.
Seattle U took third place in the final 2016-17 Western Athletic Conference Commissioner's Cup standings.
Sidney Pinger of the women's swimming team has been named CoSIDA Academic All-District Second Team. She is the first Redhawk swimmer to earn the honor.
The men's and women's swimming teams hosted their year-end banquet on Saturday night at the Crowne Plaza.
All are invited to join in Seattle University's Grand Reunion Weekend – a three-day alumni focused program, punctuating Seattle University's 125th anniversary.
Maddie Dickman of the women's swimming team has been inducted into Alpha Sigma Nu, the honor society of Jesuit institutions of higher education.
Seattle University landed 40 student-athletes on the 2017 Winter All-WAC Academic Team, released Thursday.
Women's swimming put together a strong 2016-17 season, winning seven home matches and sending a swimmer to the NCAA Division I Championships for the first time.
Blaise Wittenauer-Lee finished 27th in the 200 breaststroke prelims at the NCAA Championships Saturday, wrapping up her fantastic career as a Redhawk.
Blaise Wittenauer-Lee of the women's swimming team competed in the 100 breaststroke at the 2017 NCAA Championships, finishing 32nd Friday.