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  • Seattle U soars past WAC champ New Mexico St.

    Amaar Abdul-Nasir | Redhawk Nation

    Discipline was the name of the game on Saturday as the Seattle University men's basketball team scored the program's biggest victory since joining the WAC in 2012; defeating three-time defending conference champion New Mexico State 58-52 at KeyArena.

  • Gophers go big to beat Redhawks, 92-57

    Amaar Abdul-Nasir | Redhawk Nation

    The outsized "M" that straddles half-court at Williams Arena in Minneapolis -- home of the Minnesota Gophers -- looks more like an upside-down "W" if you ask me. As far as Seattle U was concerned on Friday, that logo might as well have been a "W" for Washington, because the SU's 92-57 loss to Minnesota looked a lot like the Redhawks' 63-48 loss to crosstown rival UW last month.

  • Redhawks break even before Minnesota matchup

    Amaar Abdul-Nasir | Redhawk Nation

    On a positive note, Seattle U's 5-5 record in nonconference play is still good enough for the Redhawks to be tied with Texas Pan American for the best record in the WAC. Every other team in the conference is below .500, including three-time defending champion New Mexico State at 4-7.

  • Redhawks return home, lose 2nd straight

    Amaar Abdul-Nasir | Redhawk Nation

    Back in the very familiar confines of KeyArena from their first true road game of the season -- a 41-point demolition at the hands of UC Santa Barbara -- Seattle U was hoping to return to the win column against Eastern Washington on Saturday night.

  • Flora leads Redhawks to back-to-back wins

    Amaar Abdul-Nasir | Redhawk Nation

    Losing three of its first four games to open the 2014-15 schedule, Seattle U was in desperate need of a second scorer to step up and establish himself as a credible sidekick to star point guard Isiah Umipig. Over the Redhawks' last two games, a pair of convincing victories at local sites, the team appears to have found that man in Jarell Flora.

  • Redhawks come up short against Huskies, 63-48

    Amaar Abdul-Nasir | Redhawk Nation

    One year ago, Seattle U went into Washington's gym and, in defeat, gave the favored Huskies a more competitive game than many locals expected. On Friday night, the Redhawks again had their chances to steal a win from their crosstown rivals -- but there was a difference between this year and last year. A big difference.

  • Redhawks outduel Mavericks in 98-74 shootout

    Amaar Abdul-Nasir | Redhawk Nation

    In this opening chapter of the college basketball season, there's no such thing as a "must-win" game. But if Seattle University was at all interested in preventing its fan base from checking out on the season before Thanksgiving, the team kind of needed to be impressive on Wednesday night against Nebraska-Omaha.

  • Seattle U loses season opener to Texas State

    Amaar Abdul-Nasir | Redhawk Nation

    College basketball's opening night was an eventful one for the WAC. The UMKC men's team stunned Missouri in a road upset. Bakersfield lost a four-overtime thriller to High Point. Grand Canyon faced top-ranked Kentucky and lost by 40. Chicago State lost to Arizona State by 36. New Mexico State lost to Wichita State by 17. But the worst defeat of the evening might have belonged to Seattle U.

  • ICYMI: Seattle U Midnight Madness

    Amaar Abdul-Nasir | Redhawk Nation

    On college campuses across the country, basketball is back. While the games that count don't start for a couple of weeks -- the Seattle University men and women are two of the 584 squads scheduled to play their opener on Nov. 14 -- the new season is unofficially underway now that Midnight Madness has come and gone.

  • Dollar breaks down Redhawks on the radio

    Amaar Abdul-Nasir | Redhawk Nation

    Seattle University men's basketball coach Cameron Dollar was a guest on the "Talkin' Hoops" radio show with host Jim Basnight on Oct. 28, where he broke down the Redhawks' 2014-15 roster and gave a progress report on junior forward Deshaun Sunderhaus.

  • Bigger, battle-tested SU holds open scrimmage

    Amaar Abdul-Nasir | Redhawk Nation

    Sometimes it's tough in an intra-squad scrimmage to pinpoint the strengths and weaknesses of a basketball team. That which appears to be a positive could really be more of a negative, and vice versa. It's similar to critiquing a shadowboxing session -- trying to score a round in which both contenders are mirror images of each other.

  • Preseason Q&A with SU's Cameron Dollar

    Amaar Abdul-Nasir | Redhawk Nation

    Change is, again, abound as the Seattle University men's basketball team enters Year Six of the Cameron Dollar era -- also known as the sixth year of play since SU was reborn as an NCAA Division-1 program. The roster looks a little different, the coaching staff looks a little different, and hopefully that translates into the win-loss record looking a little different in 2014-15.

  • Seattle U signs PG Shaughnessy

    Austin Burton | Redhawk Nation

    Good recruiters are always thinking ahead. Even though Seattle U went into the 2014 spring signing period apparently set at point guard -- with rising senior Isiah Umipig returning as arguably the top player in the WAC, Hawaii transfer Manroop Clair set to become eligible, and early signee Jadon Cohee coming in from Canada -- the Redhawks continued to stockpile talent at the one.

  • Redhawks-Huskies scheduled for Nov. 21

    Austin Burton | Redhawk Nation

    While the recruiting world has been turning up some interesting story lines for Seattle U in recent weeks, the most noteworthy piece of offseason business that head coach Cameron Dollar can officially talk about is the Redhawks' schedule for the upcoming 2014-15 season.

  • Q&A with Shore Adenekan

    Austin Burton | Redhawk Nation

    Shore Adenekan may be the closest thing Seattle University has to a one-man metaphor for its basketball rebuilding project.

  • 2013-14 season wrap-up with Cameron Dollar

    Austin Burton | Redhawk Nation

    The fifth season of Cameron Dollar's head coaching tenure at Seattle University -- also known as the fifth season of SU's second life on the NCAA's Division-I level -- was one of alternating peaks and valleys, ending with unfulfilled potential and unanswered questions.

  • Seattle U's season ends at WAC tournament

    Austin Burton | Redhawk Nation

    As Thursday night's first-round WAC tournament game between Seattle U and New Mexico State made its way down the stretch with the 7th-seeded Redhawks trying to hang onto a lead over the 2nd-seeded and two-time defending champion Aggies, two questions came to mind: First, could SU actually pull off the upset? And second, where was this SU team all season?

  • Seattle U ends regular season on skid

    Austin Burton | Redhawk Nation

    The Redhawks face an uphill climb in the WAC tournament, as Saturday's 67-53 loss at Chicago State left Seattle U as the 7th seed in the conference tourney with a first-round matchup against two-time defending champions New Mexico State.

  • Redhawks roasted by 'Roos on road

    Austin Burton | Redhawk Nation

    With the WAC tournament looming as their only chance to make the NCAA's Big Dance, it's looking like the Redhawks will only go as far as Isiah Umipig's shooting hand can carry them. Five days after lighting up Idaho for a career-high 36 points and eight threes in a victory, Umipig had his worst shooting performance of the season in Thursday night's 82-73 loss at Missouri-Kansas City.

  • Triple-OT loss put Redhawks in last place

    Austin Burton | Redhawk Nation

    One of Seattle U's most entertaining games this season was also one of the most frustrating, as the Redhawks fell to Chicago State 84-77 in three overtimes on Thursday at KeyArena. Entertaining because the crowd-pleasing contest saw SU trade punches with a team in the top half of the WAC; frustrating because SU lost another winnable game and are now the sole owners of last place in the conference.

  • Gary Ladd: Interview with a Hall of Famer

    Austin Burton | Redhawk Nation

    Gary Ladd admits he was not born to play point guard; that he spent most of his college career learning when to distribute the basketball and how to be a leader. Once he got it down, however, it stuck. And to this day, even as he receives the highest individual honor an athlete can get, Ladd is still driven to look out for his teammates and put their success above his own glory.

  • Seattle U legend O'Brien passes away at 83

    Austin Burton | Redhawk Nation

    Before I knew anything about Seattle University, I knew about Eddie O'Brien. When I was a kid, nowhere close to thinking about which college would someday be my alma mater, I remember reading a story about the O'Brien twins, Eddie and Johnny, leading the Chieftains to an upset win over the Harlem Globetrotters in a legit basketball game in 1952.

  • Redhawks come up short in loss to 'Lopes

    Austin Burton | Redhawk Nation

    On a night that saw the NBA's two biggest superstars go head-to-head and college basketball's marquee rivalry renewed, two little mid-major schools still trying to establish their names on the NCAA D-I map played an overshadowed thriller worthy of a spot on the highlight reel.

  • Seattle U loses to CS Bakersfield, 83-65

    Austin Burton | Redhawk Nation

    Defense and rebounding have been the bread and butter for Seattle U throughout the Cameron Dollar era. Too often, however, the flavor of the offense has left a bad taste in the mouths of those who have watched the Redhawks lose plenty of winnable games.

  • Umipig leads SU past WAC leader Utah Valley

    Austin Burton | Redhawk Nation

    If nothing else, the new-look Western Athletic Conference promised unpredictability this season. While the consensus inside and out of the conference favored New Mexico State to win its third straight WAC title, not much separated the remaining mix of rising and rebuilding programs.