As WAC play begins at Championship Field this week, Seattle University men's soccer will also pay homage to its past, celebrating its 50th Anniversary with a day of festivities on Friday, Sept. 30.
Battling all the way until the final horn, including a flurry of shot attempts in the final seconds, the SU men's soccer team fell just short of a valiant comeback in a 2-1 final to UW.
Riding a two-game win streak, men's soccer makes the brief trip north to face Washington at Husky Soccer Stadium on Sunday at 5 p.m. The game will air live on the Pac-12 Network.
Four different players scored Sunday afternoon at Championship Field as the Seattle University men's soccer team ran away with a 4-0 shutout of visiting Davidson College.
Alex Roldan played hero Friday night at Championship Field in front of a boisterous crowd excited to see the Redhawks in action after a five-game road stint to open the season.
The Redhawks open their home slate on Friday, Sept. 16, hosting the College of Charleston under the lights with a 7 p.m. kick off.
David Olsen tallied his first goal of the season, but Dartmouth put away two second-half scores to rally past the SU men's soccer team, 2-1, as the Redhawks wrapped up an East Coast swing Sunday.
Jeff Rose broke through with his first goal of the season just inside one minute to play in the first half and men's soccer team held on to blank Harvard, 1-0, Thursday night at Jordan Field.
A season-opening five-game road stretch concludes this week for Seattle U men's soccer as the Redhawks to the East Coast for a pair of match-ups against Ivy League schools.
A furious comeback from a two-goal deficit would not hold as the Seattle University men's soccer suffered a 4-2 setback at Gonzaga Sunday afternoon in Spokane, Wash.
Returning to the Pacific Northwest following a two-match road trip in Akron, the SU men's soccer team makes the trip east across the state to face Gonzaga Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Luger Field.
A late goal by the nation's second ranked team gave SU its first setback.