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Recent News


03-14-2011 - SU's club team traveled to Yakima this past weekend to play Idaho's Northwest Nazarene University.  Unfortunately SU lost both of the 7-inning games, but these were SU's first games of the year and they are looking promising as they prepare for their first regular season series coming up in April.

02-22-2011 - With the team's first game less than 3 weeks away, the Redhawks are working hard and preparing to start the season off with a win.  

More good news is that SU has scheduled another non-conference game against Oregon State on April 17 at Bobby Morris Field.  Two 7-inning games will take place starting at 10AM.

01-07-2011 - SU has scheduled their first non-conference game of the season.  The double-header will be played against NW Nazarene University on March 12 at Riverside Christian School in Yakima, WA.

12-23-2010 - The Redhawks are already moving into Winter Quarter! Practices will be Wednesdays and Fridays this quarter from 6:30 to 8:30 in the Astro Gym.  
League games have also been scheduled - games start the first weekend in April and can be found under the 2011 Schedule tab.

If you have any questions feel free to contact Nathan Motsinger at

08-30-2010 - As summer winds down it gets to be that time of year again. SU's club baseball team will have its first practice/tryout on Wednesday Sept. 29 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Astro Gym in the Connolly Center. 
Practices for the rest of the quarter will be at the same time - every Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. in the Astro Gym.

10-09-2009 - SU Club Baseball is pleased to announce the hiring of former club member and All-Conference recipient Sam Sideras as our new coach.

10-05-2009 - With One week down of fall workouts, the Redhawks are off to a good start. They are still looking for more players so all interested to come to the next practice Thursday October 8th at 8:00 PM in the Astro Gym of the Connolly Center.

09-23-2009 - The first open practice will be held Thursday, October 1st at 8:00 PM in the Astro Gym of the Conolly Center. All interested are welcome to attend.

6/20/2009 - Practice will begin the first week of October. All Seattle University students are encouraged to come out. All are welcome to the club. Travel squad will be announced at the end of fall quarter. We look forward to all new players.

9/28/08 -- First Week of Classes = First week of Practices.
Beginning Tuesday September 30th the Seattle U. Club Baseball team will once again be hosting open-gym practices starting at 8 pm in the Astro Gym.  Anyone interested in trying out for the team this year is encouraged to be in attendance.  Open-gyms will run Tuesdays and Wednesdays starting at 8 at the Connelly Center. These practices will provide coaches with a chance to check everyone out and get to know the guys interested in playing before we hold tryouts in October.
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6/23/2008 -- News update
With the 2008 season behind them, the Redhawks look to next year with a bright future.  Look for tryouts and open practices to start late September! 
Contact us if you are interested in trying out for the team... 

3/1-3/2/2008 -- First Series
The Redhawks opened their season with a non-conference series against Big Bend Community College.  Despite battling hard all three games, SU was unable to come up with their first win of the season.  The next series is a 2-game set coming up Sunday March 9th. 

1/8/2008 -- Tentative Schedule Released
The Complete 2008 Schedule as been released and includes new opponents such as Big Bend CC, Grays Harbor CC and UC Santa Cruz.  See the Schedule page for more details.

10/26/2007 -- Coaches Needed
The Seattle University Baseball Team is now accepting applications for the positions of Head Coach and/or Assistant Coach. 
The position(s) require a commitment of about two quarters.  Currently we run two practices a week, and doubles headers on weekends during the season.
If interested, please send cover letter and resume to Aaron Yoon @

9/20/2007 -- Open Practices/Tryouts Just Around the Corner
The '07-'08 team will begin open practices starting Sunday September 30th at 12 pm (noon) in the Astro Gym (located in the Connelly Center).  Practices will then be held weekly on Tuesdays at 8pm also in the Astro Gym and Sundays at noon.
Anyone interested in trying out for the team is encouraged to attend most if not all of these practices.  There is currently a tournament scheduled in Eastern Washingotn for the weekend of October 14th and 15th.  This tournament will provide us with a glimpse of what everyone has to offer as well as how the team might look.  The final roster will be posted the week after this tournament. 

9/19/2007 -- Update - 2008 NCBA Division I Rules and Regulations Index
The NCBA follows the same rules and regulations as NCAA D-I baseball.  The new rules and changes can be seen here:

NCBA Rules and Regulations

9/14/2007 -- Seattle U. to Add 5 New Varsity Sports
Seattle University's athletics department will add the sports of baseball, men's and women's golf, and men's and women's tennis over the next two years. The expansion will increase the number of intercollegiate varsity sports offered by Seattle University to 19.

More info about the return to D-I...


The 2007 NOPAC regional tournament field and schedule are set. Click below for details.

Tournament info and bracket

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5/2/2007 -- Seatlle University wins conference title.

SU claimed the NoPac western division crown. SU and UofO finished the regular season with identical conference records. Because SU owns the head to head tie break they claim the division title and #1 seed from the western division. SU will open the Regional Tournament against Idaho State the #2 seed from the eastern division.

April 28-29
The SU Redhawks swept the Eagles of Eastern Washington University in Cheney clinching their fist ever NoPac conference title. Namanny, Roach & Richey all pick up wins on the mound. The Redhawks were led offensively by Nick Shekeryk (8 for 12), Nick Blanchard (5 for 9) and Jordan Chanes (5 for 9).

April 14-15
Redhawks sweep Central Oregon in 3 game conference series. Solid pitching highlited by a 10 inning, 17 strikeout, complete game preformance by Kevin Roach capped off by a walk off homerun to contribute to his own cause in game 3. Nick Richey and Sean Namanny also through complete games to pick up wins.
Offensively, the Redhawks were led by Senior Nick Shekeryk who had 2 homeruns and 7 RBI's for the series. Sophomore Keegan Nokes also hit a homerun going 6-12 over the weekend. Nick Blanchard contributed with a 3-3 game and played solid defense. David Murakami filled in nicely taking over the catching duties for Augie Matteo who is injured.
Overall, a great TEAM series sweep that was filled with contributions from every player on the Redhawk roster. The Redhawks up their record to 12-5 overall, 8-3 conference. SU is off this weekend, then travels to Cheney, WA for a critical 3 game conference series against Eastern Washington University.

April 7-8 
Redhawks win 1 out of 3 against Nationally ranked Western Washington University. The vikings came from behind in the last inning to win 4-2 in game 1. Game 2 was dominated by Western to win 5-1. On Sunday, the Redhawks salvaged the series with a 5-1 victory over the Vikings led offensively by David Murakami(triple,single,rbi) and the solid pitching of Sean namanny. Namanny gave up 1 run, 6 hits, with 11 K's and no walks. The redhawks run their record to 9-5 (5-3 conference). Next up is a 3 game conference matchup against Central Oregon Community College on April 14-15 at Bobby Morris Field in Seattle, WA.

April 1-2
Redhawks pound Evergreen College winning the first game 37-0 and the second 27-0. Nick Richey threw a no-hitter in the first game & Sean Namanny threw a no-hitter in the second game. SU's record is now 8-3 on the season. Offensively, Keegan Nokes hit for the cycle. Next up is a 3 game series against Nationally ranked Western Washington University in Seattle at Bobby Morris Field.

March 23-24
Redhawks stay hot in California by taking 2 out of 3 from Cal Berkeley running there record to 6-3

March 10-11
Redhawks take 2 out of 3 from 3rd Ranked University of Oregon

March 1
Play Ball!!!!!
The 2007 Redhawks open up the season with a 3 game series against the University of Montana this weekend March 3-4. Put on the RED & BLACK and come out to "The MO" to support the SU Baseball program.
March 3-4
The Redhawks open the 2007 season with a double header sweep of the U of Montana Grizzlies in Seattle at Bobby Morris Field on Saturday. Game 1 was highlited by a complete game pitching performance by right hander Kevin Roach who finished the day with 9 k's and 2 earned runs, and Nick Shekeryk's monster 3 run homerun over the right center fence in the bottom of the 3rd inning. Keegan Nokes also scored 2 runs and solid Redhawk defense gave SU the victory 7-3.
In game 2, Nick Richey relieved Nick Shekeryk(tight elbow) in the 2nd inning and dominated the Grizzlies for 9 solid innings of work. Richey finished the day with 10 K's and 1 earned run with 0 walks. Offensively, the Redhawks were led by Kevin Roach, 3-4 with a homerun , 2 runs scored and 3 RBI's. Keegan Nokes was 3-6 with 2 doubles. David Murakami finished 2-3 with a double and 2 walks. Every Redhawk finished with at least 1 hit.
In the bottom of the 10th inning, Paul Massart hit a double down the right field line. Nick Richey executed a sacrifice bunt moving Massart to 3rd base. With 2 outs, Sean Namanny hit a slow roller down the 3rd base line that he hustled out for the walk off single.
The Redhawks and Grizzlies square off Sunday as SU goes for the series sweep at 11am at Bobby Morris Field.
The Redhawks came up short with a 4-3 loss in the final game of the series. Two errors and a balk allow 3 unearned runs to score which proved to be the difference on Sunday. Sean Namanny was the hard luck loser throwing a complete game giving up 5 hits, striking out 9 and walking only 1. Offensively the redhawks were let by Keegan Nokes 3-4, 1 run scored and 1 RBI, and Augie Matteo 2-3 on the day with a walk and an RBI.  SU will gear up this week to play the University of Oregon in a 3 game conference series March 10-11 in Portland, OR. The Ducks are currently Ranked 3rd nationally.

SU vs U of Montana Box Scores(games 1 & 2)

SU vs U of Montana Box Score(game 3)

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