After making their final two-game road trip of the regular season last weekend, Seattle University women’s basketball (9-15, 3-6 WAC) embarks on their second to last WAC road trip before the conference tournament in Las Vegas in March. The Redhawks will make a single-game trip to Phoenix this weekend to face Grand Canyon on Saturday, Feb. 13 at 4 p.m. MT/3 p.m. PT.

Scouting Grand Canyon (12-13, 4-5 WAC): After dropping their first conference contest at UTRGV, 52-28, the Lopes have since rebounded with a pair of two-point losses to the conference leaders, a 60-58 loss at NM State on Jan. 9 and a 68-66 loss, most recently, vs. UTRGV at home (Feb. 6). GCU has lost their last two and three of their last five. Jessica Gajewski leads the team in scoring (11.8 ppg) while four Lopes are averaging in double figures, including Cheyenne Hendrington (11.5), Dana Jones (10.7), and Courtney Hayes (10.5), who is also the conference-leader in assists (167) and steals (73). Head coach Trent May recently won his 300th career game on Jan. 16 at Utah Valley. In the teams’ eighth all-time meeting, the Redhawks lead the series, 5-2.

Play4Kay/Alumni Game: The team’s annual Play4Kay game will be Feb. 20 vs. reigning WAC champions New Mexico State. The team has a goal of raising $2,016 and their donation site is located at www.play4kay.org/suwbb. The American Sports Network will also televise nationally from the Connolly Complex for the first time. At the game, fans will have the opportunity to buy pink Redhawk tshirts for $10, which will also include admission to the game. All proceeds benefit the Kay Yow Foundation. In addition to Pink Game festivities, the evening’s game has been designated the “Alumni Game” where Seattle U alums will receive free admission to the game.
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