The women's soccer team has announced the signing of three student-athletes for the Class of 2017.
The women's soccer continued its run of WAC dominance in 2016, winning its fourth straight WAC regular season title and advancing to the NCAA Tournament for the third time since 2013.
Thirty Redhawks were named to the 2016 Fall All-WAC Academic Teams Thursday.
Brie Hooks, Stephanie Spiekerman, and Karli White of the women's soccer team have been named NSCAA All-Region for the 2016 season. Hooks was second team, with Spiekerman and White taking second team.
Seattle U women's soccer fell, 3-0, to #18 UCLA in the NCAA Tournament Friday night.
Seattle U women's soccer heads to UCLA for an NCAA Tournament first-round match on Friday, Nov. 11. Kickoff is slated for 7 p.m. at Drake Stadium.
Seattle U women's soccer will travel to UCLA for an NCAA Tournament match this weekend. The Redhawks are back in the NCAA Tournament for the third time in the last four years.
Seattle University women's soccer beat UMKC, 2-1, to win its 3rd WAC Championship in four years Sunday. Karli White and Jessie Ray each scored as SU clinched an automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament.
The women's soccer team beat Utah Valley, 2-1, in the WAC Championship semifinals Friday. Natasha Howe and Isabelle Butterfield scored to lead the Redhawks to their 4th straight WAC Championship game.
The women's soccer team is in Kansas City, Missouri, for the WAC Championship, starting Thursday. SU will play in the semifinals on Friday at 2 p.m.
Brie Hooks and Stephanie Spiekerman of the women's soccer team won major awards at the WAC Championship banquet Wednesday. Five Redhawks were named to the All-WAC conference teams.
Natasha Howe of women's soccer has earned WAC Offensive Player of the Week honors following her hat trick at Utah Valley last weekend.