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Falcon’ talons lose grip of championship

Tatum Odegard

March 7, 2018

Seattle hoops net No. 2 The SPU women’s basketball team came in second place overall in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference this past week. With two big wins against Simon Fraser and Alaska Anchorage, the Falcons lost in ...

Falcons fly and set season high

Konner Hancock

February 28, 2018

The Falcons scored their season high of 192.825 to place first in their meet against conference competitors. It is the second time this gymnastics season that Seattle Pacific University has topped another competitor during a...

Finishing the season victorious

Tatum Odegard

February 28, 2018

The Falcons won their 20th and 21st games of the season this weekend against Western Oregon (11-14, 7-12 GNAC) and Concordia Portland (14-13, 8-11 GNAC). On Thursday, the Falcons beat Western Oregon 73-68, at Royal Brougham Pavilion. This...

Moving into the playoffs

thefalconnewspaper

February 28, 2018

One win forced Falcons into No. 4 SPU grabbed the No. 4 seed in the GNAC to ensure their spot in the postseason tournament. The men’s basketball team couldn’t drop below fifth place after their early February wins in th...

Offensive production comes up short

Konner Hancock

February 21, 2018

Up in Alaska, the women’s basketball team experienced a hard loss against Alaska Anchorage (23-2, 16-1 GNAC) as well as a victory against Fairbanks (4-20, 0-18 GNAC). On Thursday night, the Falcons (18-6, 12-5 GNAC) lost their...

SPU alumni earns prestigious award

Konner Hancock

February 7, 2018

Seattle Pacific University has been creating history for many decades. Soon the Falcons will honor their own alumni, Doris Heritage, with the Royal Brougham Legends Award. Even as past accomplishments are honored, history is being...

Falcons fall short

Tatum Odegard

February 7, 2018

This week, the Falcons women's basketball winning streak was broken, losing both of their games against Central Washington (13-8, 9-4) and Northwest Nazarene (16-3, 12-2) respectively. On Thursday, Feb. 1, the women’s team played...

High scores land gymnastics at No.2

Konner Hancock

January 31, 2018

The SPU gymnastics team bounced back from their meet two weeks ago with a score of 190.725 points to place second against top-ranked Lindenwood. The Falcons put up a serious fight against Wisconsin-Eau Claire and Lindenwood last...

Falcons attack full force

Tatum Odegard

January 24, 2018

This past week, the women’s basketball team scored two big wins against Alaska Fairbanks (4-11, 0-9 GNAC) and Alaska Anchorage (16-2, 9-1 GNAC) at the Royal Brougham Pavilion. On Thursday, Jan. 18, the team outscored Alaska...

Falcons nest in the top three

Konner Hancock

November 30, 2017

The SPU men’s basketball team didn’t let winter break slow them down, winning four of their five conference matches over the break. The teams overall record was 5-3 and their conference record was 1-1 before the break. The...

Dunk on your fellow classmates

Tatum Odegard

November 30, 2017

As winter intramurals approach, students anticipate friendly community competition amongst old rivals, as well as a chance to redeem their past stats and bond with peers over their love of sports. Every quarter at SPU, students...

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