SEATTLE – Seattle U men’s basketball (4-5) continues a three-game homestand on Tuesday, Dec. 3, hosting Incarnate Word (2-6) at 7 p.m. in the Redhawk Center. The game will stream live on the WAC Digital Network at wacdigitalnetwork.com. Fans can also tune in to KTTH 770 AM in Seattle or online at mynorthwest.com.
In partnership with gameday presenting sponsor Strideline Socks, the Redhawks are getting in the holiday spirit on Giving Tuesday. Fans who bring one article of new or gently used clothing to the game, will, in exchange, receive a pair of Seattle U Strideline socks. All clothing will be donated to a local Seattle charity.
FOLLOW THE REDHAWKS
- Tuesday, Dec. 3 at 7:00 p.m. PT
- vs. Incarnate Word (Redhawk Center, Seattle, WA)
- Live Stats
- Listen on KTTH 770 AM
- Watch on WAC Digital Network
- Game Notes
ABOUT THE SERIES VS INCARNATE WORD
Seattle U and Incarnate Word are meeting for the first time in program history.
- The Redhawks are 4-5 on the season after claiming a 74-55 win over Idaho on Saturday.
- The win over the Vandals gives Seattle U its first back-to-back wins of the season.
- Four players scored in double figures for the first time this season, including Terrell Brown (20 points), Aaron Nettles (15 points), Jordan Dallas (11 points) and Mattia Da Campo (10 points).
- Terrell Brown led the Redhawks in scoring for the eighth time (in nine games) this season. It also marked his fifth game with 20 points or more.
- The Redhawks got 36 bench points in the win, the most the bench has contributed this season.
- Seattle U also hit a season-high 11 three pointers against Idaho, the first time they scored 10 or more threes since Jan. 24, 2019, when they hit 12 versus Chicago State.
TERRELL ON A TEAR
Terrell Brown has had the hot hand to start the 2019-20 season. The redshirt junior leads Seattle U in scoring (21.8 ppg), is second in rebounds (6.6 rpg) and first in assists (4.7 apg). His ppg average also leads the WAC and ranks 21st in the country in games played through Dec. 1. He has led the Redhawks in scoring in eight of nine games, and tallied five 20+ point outings. On Nov. 9 against Eastern Washington, the Seattle native drained a career-high 31 points on 12-28 from the field and 6-9 from the free-throw line. He added 13 rebounds for his first double-double of the season, and sixth of his Seattle U career. He has twice come within striking distance of a triple-double, most recently finishing with 17 points, 8 rebounds and 8 assists versus Western Michigan.
1,000 POINT CLUB
Senior Morgan Means scored seven points on Nov. 26 versus Western Michigan, giving him exactly 1,000 for his career. Means becomes the third Seattle U player to reach the 1,000-point mark in the modern DI era. Aaron Broussard (2009-12) finished his career with 1,271 while Isiah Umipig (2013-15) scored 1,164 career points.
While the Redhawks continue to work on their three-point field goal percentage, their free-throw shooting has been superb through nine games. They are 148-194 from the stripe, hitting at a 76.3 percent clip. That mark leads the WAC and ranks 36th in the nation in games played through Nov. Dec. 1. They also rank eighth in total makes and 20th in attempts. The team percentage is a marked improvement from one year ago when the Redhawks finished the season shooting 71.6 percent from the line.
GET YOUR 2019-20 TICKETS!
Mini-plans and single-game tickets for non-conference games are on sale now! For more information and to reserve your seats today, contact the SU Athletics Ticket office at 206-398-4678 or visit goseattleu.com/tix.