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Late subs no help as Sounders draw Atlanta

Posted on by Andrew Harvey

A second-choice, emergency back line held expansion franchise Atlanta United to its first goal-less night of the season, but a lack of offensive conversion cost the Sounders three points at home Friday.

Posted in MLS, Seattle Sounders, Soccer, Weekly Roundup | 4 Comments

Mariners’ roster keeps Heredia and 8 relievers

Posted on by SPNW Staff

The Mariners decided to keep one reserve outfielder, Guillermo Heredia, and one reserve infielder, Taylor Motter, as they cut the roster to 25 ahead of Monday’s opener. Five pitchers are on the DL.

Posted in Baseball, MLB, Seattle Mariners | 7 Comments
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Plum continues trophy haul, wins Staley award

Posted on by SPNW Staff

Washington’s Kelsey Plum won the Dawn Staley Award, presented to the top guard in women’s college basketball. Earlier she was named Associated Press’s Player of the Year.

Posted in Basketball, NCAA, Pac-12, University of Washington | 2 Comments

Elbow injury puts Mariners’ Smyly on DL 6 weeks

Posted on by SPNW Staff Posted in Baseball, MLB, Seattle Mariners, Weekly Roundup | 1 Comment

Gonzaga nears its shot to be ‘Duke of the West’

Posted on by Steve Rudman

A national championship won’t suddenly transform Gonzaga into Duke, but it will make the Zags the closest thing to the Blue Devils that the West Coast has to offer.

Posted in Basketball, NCAA | 9 Comments

Sounders have a rival, Atlanta, for 1st-year glory

Posted on by Andrew Harvey

Massive home crowds. Expensive players. Joint NFL ownership. Seattle Sounders and Atlanta United share a similar profile as expansion teams when the teams meet at 7 p.m. Friday at the Clink.

Posted in MLS, Seattle Sounders, Soccer | 5 Comments

Huskies’ Plum is AP national player of year

Posted on by SPNW Staff

The University of Washington’s Kelsey Plum Thursday was named the Player of the Year by the Associated Press, the first player in UW and Pac-12 history to capture the honor.

Posted in Basketball, NCAA, Pac-12, University of Washington | 6 Comments

Thiel: Sherman, Seahawks seem unresolved

Posted on by Art Thiel

Pete Carroll says Seahawks have fielded, and spurned, trade offers for Richard Sherman. Burt after last season’s strife, matters need fixing, because Carroll needs to draw a line, even with Sherman.

Posted in Football, NFL, Seattle Seahawks, Weekly Roundup | 41 Comments

Seattle U. hires Hayford as head basketball coach

Posted on by SPNW Staff

Jim Hayford, who has been to nine post-season tourneys in his 18-year college basketball coaching career, will take over for the fired Cameron Dollar at Seattle University.

Posted in Basketball, NCAA, Weekly Roundup | 9 Comments

Port hired PR firm to support KeyArena fix

Posted on by Art Thiel

In November, the Port of Seattle signed a $185,000 contract with a Seattle PR firm to offer support for the Seattle Center site for a new arena, instead of Chris Hansen’s Sodo arena plan.

Posted in Arena, Weekly Roundup | 14 Comments ← Older posts