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.
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.
Softball advanced to its first WAC Championship game in 2017 and will look to take the next step in the 2018 campaign.
Seattle U took third place in the final 2016-17 Western Athletic Conference Commissioner's Cup standings.
The softball team fell, 15-14 and 10-0, to New Mexico State at the WAC Championship Saturday. Andie Larkins, Madison Cathcart, Jessica Flanagan, and Maddy Kristjanson were named All-Tournament.
The softball team defeated New Mexico State, 6-4, advancing to their first WAC Championship game. Andie Larkins threw her second straight complete game to lead SU to the finals.
The softball team beat Utah Valley, 8-5, in its first game at the WAC Tournament. The Redhawks will play in the winner's bracket on Friday afternoon at New Mexico State.
Four members of the softball team were honored by the WAC at a banquet Wednesday. Paige Bouska and Alyson Matriotti were both First Team, while Andie Larkins and Madison Cathcart were Second Team.
Through adversity, Gonzales finds strength in her new identity. During her four years on the softball team, Gonzales saw a shift in not only the culture of the program, but in herself as well.
The softball team heads to New Mexico State for the WAC Tournament this weekend. The Redhawks are the three seed and face Utah Valley in the first round on Thursday.
The softball team fell, 3-1, at seventh-ranked Washington Wednesday night. Andie Larkins threw a complete game for SU in its regular-season finale.
The softball team heads to No. 8 Washington on Wednesday evening. The regular-season finale is set for a 6 p.m. first pitch.