Seattle U hosted its Midnight Madness at the Connolly Center on Friday night. The event was a showcase for coach Joan Bonvicini's women's team that is looking to defend its Western Athletic Conference regular-season title, and coach Cameron Dollar's men's team that was picked to finish in second place in the WAC coaches' preseason poll.
Here is a recap of the night provided by the Twitter and Instagram community:
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@seattleuhoops: #redhawks Midnight Madness is upon us! Who's hyped?
@CoachBonvicini: Getting ready for @su_wbb Midnight Madness. Excited to be with our @seattleu students tonight. #Buildingchampions
@SUREDZONE: Calling all students who can dunk! Sign up tonight at #MidnightMadness and show us what you've got!
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@SUREDZONE: Meet your SU Drumline! #Redline
@su_athletics: Starting Midnight Madness with the fight song!
@SUREDZONE: @Coach_Dollar is in the house!! #SU #Redhawks
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@RyanHamachek: Smoke, Lasers, and #MidnightMadness @Seattleu
@su_athletics: The Redhawk men's and women's basketball teams were announced in style at Midnight Madness
@SUREDZONE: Clarence Trent showing us how it is! #DunkShowcase
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@CoachD_Liebert: Incredible atmosphere at Midnight Madness! Start of a great season for both basketball programs. #seattleu #redhawks
@Coach_Dollar: A great step in the process of building our student fan base. Thank you very much to our student development office. #buildingtraditions
@CoachBonvicini: Midnight Madness @su_wbb @seattleu style. A night to get our students ready for a special season.
@Coach_Dollar: I can't begin to explain how special midnight madness was tonight. It was great to see the entire Seattle University community come together
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