NWSB Insider and Seattle U Redhawks blogger Blair Thomas tells us what it is that goes into being able to answer the question. Why am I a die hard fan of the Seattle U Basketball team?! Seattle University has tradition that other mid-majors in this region don’t have, plus Coach Cameron Dollar and his flock will begin WAC play in November.
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NWSB SU Redhawks Beat writer Blair Thomas profiles Cameron Dollar in this Northwest Coach Profile. He takes us through Dollar’s travels in Saint Louis, his times at UCLA as a player up until the present day where he dishes out advice to college athletes at Seattle University. Read on…
NWSB Insider and Seattle U Redhawks blogger Blair Thomas tells us the five players that make up his all time starting team in the next chapter of our Moments In Time series on northwest sports teams. The players mentioned on this list played during Seattle University’s Division I eras (1950’s-1980; 2009-Present). Jawann Oldham, Charles Garcia, Clint Richardson, Frank Oleynick, and Carl Ervin.
Seattle U insider Clinton Bell brings us his 5 reasons why Seattle University is ready to join the Western Athletic Conference. Seattle U played well against the University of Washington and plays WAC regulars like Utah State, Idaho and San Jose State. With eleven players returning to the squad, led by Prince Obasi and Allen Tate, the Redhawks have a team that is already familiar with each other.
Free College Basketball Betting Odds & Picks for the the Virginia Cavaliers vs. Seattle U Redhawks Wednesday matchup. For Seattle Senior forward Aaron Broussard averages a team-leading 14.4 points and sophomore forward Clarence Trent is scoring 11.7 points per game. Seattle won 59-53 last season at Virginia in the only previous meeting.
NWSportsBeat.com senior editor “Q” is back with another college basketball preview for this weekend. This time its the Seattle Redhawks (2-6) vs Utah State Aggies (4-5) on Saturday from Dee Glen Smith Spectrum. Utah State’s best player is guard Brockeith Pane. He is leading the Aggies in scoring.
Seattle Redhawks Hoops blogger Jason Green points out the obvious. While Seattle does return leading scorers Aaron Broussard (14.5 ppg last season) and Sterling Carter (13.8 ppg last season) the Redhawks simply need to shoot the rock better than they did in 2010 for the 2011/12 season to be a real success.