SEATTLE – (Dec. 6) A staple of the program every year, Seattle University baseball has spent more than 100 hours in the community in the last month, donating time and service to a variety of organizations.

“Coach Greg Goetz does an amazing job setting up opportunities for our players to get out into the community and donate time to wonderful causes around the area," said Head Coach Donny Harrel. "Our players represent Seattle U and also their families amazingly and I am very proud of all the work they do to help others in need.”

The Redhawks have been out and about, contributing service to Children's Hospital and SU Dance Marathon, Northwest Harvest and Food Lifeline, where they helped prepare more than 2,600 meals.

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