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Pacific Raceways

31001 144th Ave SE
Kent, WA 98042
253 639-5927

If you’re into drag racing, road racing, motorcross, or kart racing, Pacific Raceways is for you. This Kent raceway features a variety of local and national race days January to November. It's also the home of the Schuck's Auto Supply National Hot Rod Association Nationals, July 20-22, featuring the top drag racers in the nation. Fans can purchase tickets at 253-639-5927 Ext. 108, or through Ticketmaster.

Evergreen Speedway

14405 179th Ave SE
Monroe, WA 98272
360 805-6100

Evergreen Speedway is located 25 miles northeast of Seattle, at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds in Monroe

Much of the track's success can be attributed to its unique design, which combines a 5/8-mile paved outer oval with a 3/8-mile inner oval, a 1/5-mile oval, a 1/8-mile drag strip, and a figure-eight track. The unification of the five venues within view of the 7500-seat covered, and additional 7500-seat modular grandstands has created a flexible Motorsports arena offering racing fans a diverse choice.

The track hosts a variety of local and national races March to October, including NASCAR Elite Division Northwest Series events.


Seattle Mariners

Safeco Field
1250 1st Ave South
Seattle, WA 98134
Phone 206 346-4000
Tickets can be purchased at the Safeco Field Box Office.

From April till the end of September (and on good years into October), Seattle is all about baseball and the Seattle Mariners. Rain or shine, too, since Safeco Field has a retractable roof.

Here, instead of peanuts and crackerjacks, “Take Me Out To The Ball Game” means kettle corn and garlic fries. So, if you’re in Seattle during the MBL season, take in a home game at Safeco Field. There isn’t a bad seat in the house. And bring your glove—you may catch a souvenir!

Tacoma Rainers

Cheney Stadium
2502 South Tyler Street
Tacoma, WA 98405
Box Office: 253 752-7700
Box Office Toll Free: 1-800-281-3834

Cheney Stadium, home field of the Triple A Tacoma Rainiers, has been the home of Tacoma baseball for the last 50 years. Nearly all the homegrown Seattle Mariners players have passed through Tacoma, including Alex Rodriguez, Jay Buhner, Ken Griffey, Jr. , not to mention Raul Ibanez, Felix Hernandez, JJ Putz, and many more.

This is the league where the great players early polish their skills, awaiting their chance to show off at The Big Show. Who knows which future star you’ll see at a Rainiers’ game. Don’t miss your chance. Buy a ticket.

Everett AquaSox

Everett Memorial Stadium
3802 Broadway
Everett, WA 98201
(425) 258 3673

The Everett AquaSox, the Mariners of tomorrow, play an exciting game of baseball. Maybe you don't recognise the players names—yet. And maybe there isn't a bobble-head doll for their fans to buy—yet. But these young stars in training play some great ball and put on a great show for the fans. And who knows, someday when one of these young men wins a Golden Glove or pitches a perfect game in the Major Leagues, you can say, “I saw him play for the Aquasox up in Everett, Washington.”

University of Washington Huskies

Husky Ballpark
North of Husky Stadium on the UW campus
Seattle, WA 98195
206 543-2200

Husky Baseball starts in late February but the first games in Seattle don’t start until March and then run through mid-May. These are the players that feed the minors and then the majors and the Huskies have some outstanding talent. Home games are played at Husky ballpark, NE of Husky Stadium on Walla Walla road.

Pacific Lutheran University Lutes

407 Garfield St S
Tacoma, WA 98444
Tickets available at the event, only.

Pacific Lutheran University baseball is in the midst of its finest stretch in program history, culminating with the 2007 Northwest Conference championship, the first baseball title at PLU since the 1954 season. The future appears to hold more of the same.

The baseball field is located on the main campus.

 


Seattle Storm

Key Arena map
1st N and Harrison Street
Seattle, WA 98109
Phone 206 217-9622

The Seattle Storm is now Seattle's only professional basketball team. Led by WNBA All-Decade honorees Sue Bird and Lauren Jackson, the WNBA's all-time winningest female coach Anne Donovan and 2004 Finals MVP Betty Lennox, the Storm has made four playoff appearances in five years and won the 2004 WNBA title. Enjoy world-class round ball by world class basketball players

University of Washington Huskies

Alaska Airlines Arena
3870 Montlake Blvd NE
Seattle, WA 98105
206 543-2200

The Washington Huskies, members of the PAC 10, start their season runs from November to mid-March. And this year the PAC 10, like most years, doesn’t have a lot of push-overs—it looks like a lot of hard fought and close battles, leading up to the league championship. Washington and its PAC 10 counterparts always produce great match ups and exciting basketball.

Seattle University Redhawks

Connolly Center
Seattle University Campus
14th Ave between E. Jefferson St. & E. Cherry St.
206 296-5975

Yes, you heard right, Seattle U’s Redhawks basketball team is returning to Division I from whence they came 27 years ago. You may recall they were known as the Chieftains back then, with great players like Elgin Baylor, Eddie Miles and Tom Workman. Let’s hope we see those days again.

Seattle Pacific University Falcons


Royal Brougham Pavilion
3307 Third Ave. W.
Seattle, WA 98119
206 281-2085

Basketball was first played on the Seattle Pacific University campus in 1922 in what amounted to intramural contests. Games were played in an open-air, earthen-floor gym on the site of what is now Moyer Hall. The school aligned itself with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) in 1962. Under Habegger, the Falcons emerged as a regional power and national contender, qualifying for the NCAA tournament five times from 1962-72, reaching the quarterfinal round in 1965. Seattle Pacific was an NCAA independent until 1982. It competed in the Pacific West Conference until becoming a charter member of the Great Northwest Athletic Conference in 2001. During Ken Bone's 12-year tenure as coach, Seattle Pacific either tied for first place or won conference championships six times, and his teams qualified for the NCAA playoffs eight of the last nine seasons, and reached the Sweet Sixteen in five of those years. The Falcons' advancement to the semifinal stage of the NCAA Elite Eight and 27-5 record in 2000 were the best in school history. Jeff Hironaka’s 2006 team again won the West title and also made the final four.  

Ryan Looney begins his sixth season as head coach at Seattle Pacific after directing the Falcons to postseason berths in each of his first five campaigns. The Falcons boast the longest active playoff streak among NCAA Division II men's basketball programs, a stretch of 10 consecutive years that dates to 2005.

Pacific Lutheran University Lutes

Olson Auditorium/Names Court
Pacific Lutheran University
407 Garfield St S
Tacoma, WA 98444
Tickets available at the event, only.

Pacific Lutheran has a long and storied men's basketball history, Northwest Conference Championships: 1967 - 1968 - 1971 - 1973 - 1974 - 1978 - 1979 - 1980 - 1985 - 1986 Evergreen Conference Championships: 1955 - 1956 - 1957 - 1958 - 1959 - 1960 - 1962 - 1963 – 1964 Head coach Steve Dickerson, now in his third year, hopes to tap into some of that winning tradition. Who knows, maybe you can witness the Lute’s return to that championship caliber of play.


Do you know the difference between a spiel and a bonspiel? Curling cognoscenti do. A spiel is an informal curling match, while a bonspiel is a curling tournament.

But what the heck is curling, anyway? How to explain this arcane sport? Shuffleboard on ice or bocce sans balls, maybe? Played using big smooth rocks (equipped with handles) called “stones” and short, devilish brooms called “brushes?”

A bit off the beaten track, yes. No wonder: the game was invented in Scotland—something to do when the loch froze over. Two teams of four players each slide 40-pound round stones at a target (a 12 foot-wide circle called the “house”) located 138 feet down the ice. Meantime, teammates rapidly sweep their brushes on the ice in front of the moving stone to speed it up or slow it down, or make it curve this way or that. (Honest!) Object of the sport is to get closest to the house center. Blocking and knocking out opponents’ stones are important tactics of the sport (maybe the only ones). One reason curling is an ideal spectator sport: nobody ever gets lost with trick moves—there are none!

Granite Curling Club

1440 N 128th St
Seattle, WA 98133
(206) 362-2446

Teams (or "rinks" as they are called in curling) from the Granite Curling Club, founded 1961, have captured many national championships—more than any other club in the United States. But this facility is not just for world-caliber athletes; there are leagues for people of all skill levels and ages.

The curling season runs from mid-October until mid-April each year, hosting a number of leagues, many tournaments ("bonspiels"), and several open houses. Plenty of opportunities for you to come out and participate—compete or just watch the action. The GCC is the only dedicated curling facility on the west coast of United States.

If you have ever wanted to try curling, you have come to the right place. The Granite Curling Club has several open houses throughout the year—come on out and give it a try. Their instructors will provide you with a great introduction to the sport. Click on Open house schedules.


Seattle Seahawks

Century Link Field
800 Occidental Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98134
For Tickets Ticketmaster online or Phone 206 622-4295

When September rolls around and the last warm days of summer give up to the bite in the air of autumn, Seattle sports aficionados turn their attention to football. And in Seattle, professional football is spelled SEAHAWKS!

The Superbowl Champions of 2014 are still smarting over the Their near miss in in 2015 and are chompping at the bit to make their run at it in 2016. Join the Twelth Man crowd and root the countries best pro football team, The Seattle Seahawks to victory! BOOM!

University of Washington Huskies

Husky Stadium
3800 Montlake Blvd
Seattle, WA 98105
206 543-2200

Although the Washington Huskies have suffered some hard times the last six years, it hasn’t always been so—and you can bet it won’t remain that way.

College football has a long and storied history at the University of Washington. Huskies have won 15 PAC 10 Conference Championships, 7 Rose Bowl Titles and 4 National Championships. The Huskies started playing football in 1889 and they’ve won a lot more than they have lost. And you can bet they’ll be back on the winning road again in the near future. Seattle loves their football and their Huskies.

Pacific Lutheran University Lutes

Sparks Stadium
601 7th Ave SW
Puyallup, WA 98371
Tickets available at the event, only.

Pacific Lutheran football has a rich tradition, fostered by four national championships in eight title-game appearances since 1980.

Since becoming an NCAA Division III member in 1998, the Lutes have advanced to postseason play four times. In 1999, Pacific Lutheran became the only team in Division III history to win five straight road games on the way to a national championship in the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl. Prior to joining the NCAA, the PLU football program made 15 NAIA postseason appearances and won championships in 1980, 1987 and 1993.

The Seattle Majestics

Seattle's Other Pro Football Team French Field
10200 SE 306th St.
Kent, WA
Tickets available at the event

What? You’ve never heard of the Seattle Majestics football team? You don’t know what you’re missing!

The Majestics were undefeated in regular season play two years running. No, that’s not a misprint: 16 & 0.

And get this. The Seattle Majestics are a women’s football team. Most of them never played football in school because it wasn’t allowed. But I am here to tell you, they play football! And I don’t mean “Powder Puff” football; this is “knock-‘em down and drag-‘em out” smash nose football.

They are now playing home games at their new digs, French Field in Kent. So far this season, they are winless but the season isn't over and their fans love them anyway. And I guarantee, if you take time to see them play, you will be a fan, just like me and everybody else that’s gone to a Majestics game.

Expect no big money players; in fact, these women actually buy their own equipment. And no high-salaried coaches, either; the Majestics’ head man last showed ‘em how in the Pop Warner Leagues. But the Majestics have heart, and they play the game because they love it. This is a great way to spend an afternoon, and it’s kid-friendly.


We may not have Major League Hockey in Seattle, but we’ve got two great hockey teams to watch, The Seattle Thunderbirds and the Everett Silvertips—two teams made up of major leaguers in training. And if you haven’t been to a hockey game, I don’t mean watching it on TV, I mean sitting right there in the arena, hearing that puck ricochet of the glass, or watching the boards shake when a player is slam-checked into them. Right there when the gloves come off and players go to fist city… There is nothing like old time hockey to get the juices flowing—and that’s the way these kids play.

Take in a Seattle Thunderbirds or an Everett Silvertips hockey game. Watch these NHL hopefuls and future stars go at it on the ice. Cheer each shot on goal, or each save by the goalie; cringe at teeth rattling body checks into the boards. These kids are tough and they can play hockey, Sept thru late March.

Seattle Thunderbirds

ShoWare Center
625 W James St, Kent, WA 98032
253 239-7825

Everett Silvertips

Comcast Arena
2000 Hewitt Avenue
Everett, WA 98201
425 322 - 2645 1-866 332-8499

The VANCOUVER STEALTH (NLL)
Indoor Professional Lacrosse
The Langley Events Centre
#273 - 7888 200th Street,
Township of Langley, BC, Canada

Professional indoor lacrosse has come to the Pacific Northwest, The Langley Events Centre to be exact. If you like gritty sports, like bust–nose football, rugby, and old time hockey, you are going to love TheVancouver Stealth, the area’s pro lacrosse team. Remember the joke about going to a fight and a Hockey game broke out? Well, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet! Professional indoor lacrosse combines the physical, rough and tumble play of hockey with the high scoring, fast pace and play-making style of basketball. A game consists of four fifteen minute quarters, of nonstop, high–speed, action—it is not unusual that a combined 25 points are scored in a game. And a game can’t end in a tie.


Remember Roller Derby? Many of you watched it on TV in the ‘50s, ‘60s, early ‘70s. Maybe you followed Roller Jam, 1997-2000? Or you saw the movie FIREBALL (Mickey Rooney) or KANSAS CITY BOMBER (Racquel Welch)?

Well, it is back…with a few changes. Oh, it is still full of rough-and-tumble. But it’s no longer staged and choreographed (a la pro “rassling” on skates). Nope, this Roller Derby is for real. One league actually reports shattered wrists, broken ankles, broken or jammed noses, broken tailbones, dislocated shoulders, concussions and numerous sprains, twists, and bruises. And guess what: it’s almost exclusively a women’s sport (doesn’t sound like the “weaker sex” endeavor to me).

If you like your entertainment fast and furious, you’re in luck. We have two—count ‘em—two Roller Derby leagues in the Greater Seattle area. And these girls aren’t paid to do this, they are all amateurs—they do it for the love of it. Go see them and join the fun!

Rat City Roller Girls

Key Arena at Seattle Center
1st N and Harrison Street
Seattle, WA 98109
Tickets available at the events and through Tiketmaster.

The Rat City Roller Girls, Seattle's first and only all female flat track armature roller derby league. Named after an area in the south end of Seattle, the RCRG league came into being in April 2004. The league is comprised of about 80 member/owners and includes five teams, also colorfully named: Derby Liberation Front, Grave Danger, Throttle Rockets, Sock-it Wenches and a Travel Team. These teams participate in competitive roller derby bouts on a flat track in an amateur athletic season that lasts from February through October. This season, The Rat City Roller Girls have moved up town and are skating in Key Arena. Tickets are available through Ticketmaster.

The Rat’s Nest

19022 Aurora Ave N
Shoreline, WA 98133

The Rat’s Nest is the new home of the Rat City Rollergirls, located in Shoreline, WA. It’s not just for us to practice at, either – we use it to host a variety of events, such as viewing parties and general excitement, and we’ll even play bouts there!

Jet City Rollergirls

Shoreline Derby Center (Rat's Nest)
19022 Aurora Ave N
Shoreline, WA 98133
Tickets available at the event and through Brown Paper Tickets.

Jet City Rollergirls (JCRG) is Snohomish County’s only all female, flat track roller derby league. Established in 2006, and based out of Everett, WA, JCRG is run by the skaters for the skaters

Don't let the fishnets fool you, these women are fierce. There are five teams, Bombers, Camaro Harem, CarnEvil, Hula Honeys, Pink Pistols, all vying to become Jet City’s 2009 Champions. Don’t miss the action. And with skaters’ named Jude O'Chopp, Anna Mosity, Suzi 9MM, Black Dahlia, and Nasty Nikki Nightstick, that action promises to be some rough and tumble, knock-‘em-down and drag-‘em-out entertainment. Floor seating is for 18 and over only, due to the chance of getting a flying rollergirl in your lap!

 

 


Seattle Sounders FC

Century Link Field
800 Occidental Avenue South
Seattle WA 98108
206 622-3415
Ticket Booth is located on the NW corner of the Stadium.

Call it soccer or futbol, it’s considered the World’s Game. And Major League Soccer is alive and doing well in Seattle.  In 2014, the Seattle Sounders FC had its best ever season. A league-record 20 wins. A fourth Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup title. A first-ever Supporters’ Shield. An MVP candidate. A high-powered offense. 2014 had it all. There have been Sounder teams around this town for years. But none have won the hearts of the fans like this team.  Catch a game at Century Link field, maybe go down early and march with the fans to the game. But be forwarned, you could catch the Rave Green Fever and become one of the tens of thousands of rabid fans that pack the "Cink" for every home game... or find yourself joining the crowd of fans that follow the Sounders to other cities for the away games.  Rave Green Fever is very contagious, Seattle loves it's Socer Team as much as they love coffee! Grt on board!

Seattle Reign FC

Seattle Memorial Stadium
401 Fifth Ave. North
Seattle, WA, 98109

Seattle is into Soccer! Big time! And in Seattle, both girls and boys live, eat and play soccer -- from pee wee leagues to highschool and college teams and of course our beloved Seattle Sounders -- no team in the league draws more fans than the Seattle Sounders! And now we have been blessed with yet another pro soccer team, The Seattle Reign FC are the latest addition to sports crazy Seattle. The Reign play their games in the Memorial Stadium at the Seattle center not far from where the Seattle Storm play their games in the Key Arena. If you like soccer you'll love the Reign... let's get behind them. Show them the world famous Seattle fan base. Go Reign.

University of Washington Huskies

Husky Soccer Stadium
3915 Montlake Blvd NE
(Walla Walla Road)
Seattle, WA 98195
206 543-2200

In his first four years at Washington, Jamie Clark has boosted the program to one of the nation's elite. He has led the Huskies to a record of 53-16-12, a Pac-12 title and three trips to the NCAA Tournament

The soccer season runs from late August through November. Husky Soccer has built a winning tradition over the last decade. In 2000, the men's teams won the Pac-10 championships. The Soccer Stadium is just north of the Husky Stadium and the Husky Ballpark, off Walla Walla road.

Seattle University Redhawks

Championship Field
Seattle University Campus
Between 13th Ave and 14th Ave off of E. Jefferson St.
206 296-5915

The Soccer season runs from mid August to Mid November. You can count on the Redhawk soccer team to make a strong showing anytime they play. Losing is something they do begrudgingly—they usually measure their wins in double digits and their loses in the low single digits. It’s a great program that develops great players.

Seattle Pacific University Falcons

Interbay Stadium
17th Ave W / W Barrett St,
Seattle, WA
206 281-2085

SPU Falcon Soccer starts in August and ends in November. The Falcons are generally near the top in their conference standings. They have given their cross town rival Seattle U a run for their money and always bring their A-game.

Pacific Lutheran University Lutes

407 Garfield St S
Tacoma, WA 98444
Tickets available at the event, only.

Since 1979, Pacific Lutheran men's soccer teams have had 22 winnings seasons and won nearly 60 percent of their matches. The Lutes have won the Northwest Conference Championship in 1982 - 1983 - 1984 - 1985 - 1986 - 1987 - 1991 – 1992. The Lutes ar proven winners.

The Soccer Field is located on main campus. This natural grass field is home to the men’s and women’s soccer teams. Portable bleachers seat about 200 spectators. The field is south of the softball field and west of the track. Parking is available in the Olson Auditorium parking lot across from the softball field.


Emerald Downs

2300 Emerald Downs Drive
Auburn, Washington 98001
253 288-7000

The Racing season at Emerald Downs starts in mid-April and runs through September. That’s 91 exhilarating days of magnificent thoroughbred race horses thundering down the stretch toward the finish line that raises the blood pressure—causes the adrenalin to flow, the heart to pound like the beat of a bass drum. It is a grand experience whether the bet is small or large. Perhaps that’s why they call it the Sport of Kings. But you don’t have to be royalty or rich to attend and enjoy a day of it at Emerald Downs.

 

 

 

Once up on a time not so long ago, the phrase “women’s sports” was limited to badminton, croquet, hopscotch and jump-rope. Swimming was included, as was a form of basketball where you dribbled (bounced) the ball only once.

Women simply were not allowed to turn out for contact sports. Football, boxing and wrestling were out of the question, unladylike. After all, the fairer sex were the future wives and mothers of our societies. Besides, who would go out to see a bunch of girls play football, or basketball for that matter. I mean, girls aren’t built to play sports. They can’t throw, they can’t run, they’re too slow, and far too weak to compete. So the litany went.

Well, let me tell you, things have changed. In Seattle we have one of the best pro basketball teams in the WNBA, the Seattle Storm (national champs in 2004). The Seattle Majestics, a women’s tackle football team, is unbeaten two years running in regular season play, The University of Washington fields basketball, volleyball, and softball teams that rank with the top teams in the nation. Seattle Pacific’s soccer team won the NCAA championship. All women.

If you haven’t got the picture yet—women’s sports is a big deal in Seattle. Don’t miss a chance to take in a game. Oh, and that business about girls not being tough enough to play contact sports? Spend a night watching the Rat City Rollergirls or the Jet City Roller Girls go at it, or catch a Seattle Majestic football game, then tell me that. Watch the Seattle Storm play, or The U of W softball team in action, and tell me girls can’t catch, throw or run. These gals may not be as big or as strong as their male counterparts, but they are just as much fun to watch.

 


BASKETBALL

Seattle Storm

Key Arena
map
1st N and Harrison Street
Seattle, WA 98109
206 628-0888

The Seattle Storm is now Seattle's only professional basketball team. Led by WNBA All-Decade honorees Sue Bird and Lauren Jackson, the WNBA's all-time winningest female coach Anne Donovan and 2004 Finals MVP Betty Lennox, the Storm has made four playoff appearances in five years and won the 2004 WNBA title. World-class basketball by world-class basketball players.

FOOTBALL

The Seattle Majestics

Seattle's Other Pro Football Team Seattle Center
401 5th Ave N, Memorial Stadium
Seattle, WA 98109
Tickets available at the event.

What? You’ve never heard of the Seattle Majestics football team? You don’t know what you’re missing!

The Majestics are undefeated in regular season play two years running. No, that’s not a misprint: 16 & 0.

And get this. The Seattle Majestics are a women’s football team. Most of them never played football in school because it wasn’t allowed. But I am here to tell you, they play football! And I don’t mean “Powder Puff” football; this is “knock-‘em down and drag-‘em out” smash nose football.

They may not fill Seattle Center’s Memorial Stadium quite yet, but their fans love them anyway. And I guarantee, if you take time to see them play, you will be a fan, just like me and everybody else that’s gone to a Majestics game.

Expect no big money players; in fact, these women actually buy their own equipment. And no high-salaried coaches, either; the Majestics’ head man last showed ‘em how in the Pop Warner Leagues. But the Majestics have heart, and they play the game because they love it. This is a great way to spend an afternoon, and it’s kid-friendly.

SOCCER

Seattle Reign FC

Moda Pitch at Memorial Stadium
401 Fifth Ave. North
Seattle, WA, 98109

Seattle is into Soccer! Big time! And in seattle, both girls and boys live, eat and play soccer -- from pee wee leagues to highschool and college teams and of course our beloved Seattle Sounders -- no team in the league draws more fans than the Seattle Sounders! And now we have been blessed with yet another pro soccer team, The Seattle Reign FC are the latest addition to sports crazy Seattle. The Reign play their games in the Memorial Stadium at the Seattle center not far from where the Seattle Storm play their games in the Key Arena. If you like soccer you'll love the Reign... let's get behind them. Show them the world famous Seattle fan base. Go Reign.


University Of Washington Huskies

The Lady Huskies take sports seriously. Especially softball, volleyball, and cross-country (1st place this year) and the Soccer team won the PAC 10 Championship in 2000. You can bet the Lady Huskies always come to play and put on a great show. The Huskies and their NCAA Division I and PAC 10 opponents assure you of seeing some of the nation’s best athletes in action.

Husky Women’s Baketball
 Alaska Airlines Arena
3870 Montlake Blvd NE
Seattle, WA 98105
206 543-2200

Husky Women’s Softball
North of Husky Stadium on the UW campus
Seattle, WA 98195
206 543-2200

Husky Women’s Soccer
North of Husky Stadium on the UW campus
Seattle, WA 98195
206 543-2200

Husky Women’s Volleyball
Alaska Airlines Arena
3870 Montlake Blvd NE
Seattle, WA 98105
206 543-2200

Seattle University Redhawks

Seattle University softball team posted a record setting 38-14 season that got them into the NCAA West Regional and won them a share of the GNAC title with a 18-6 conference title. They also field competitive teams in Soccer and Basketball.

Seattle University Women’s Basketball
Connolly Center
Seattle University Campus
14th Ave between E. Jefferson St. & E. Cherry St.
206 296-5915

Seattle University Women’s Volleyball
Connolly Center
Seattle University Campus
14th Ave between E. Jefferson St. & E. Cherry St.
206 296-5915

Seattle University Women’s Soccer
Championship Field
Seattle University Campus
Between 13th Ave and 14th Ave off of E. Jefferson St.
206 296-5915

Seattle University Women’s Softball
Logan Field
Seattle University Campus
12th Ave & E. James Way
206 296-5915

Seattle Pacific University Falcons

SPU’s Women’s Soccer team the 2008 Lady Falcons (22-1) did what the 2007 Lady Falcons (23-1) couldn’t, they brought home the big one, the NCAA Division II Championship.

 

Seattle Pacific University Women's Soccer
Interbay Stadium
17th Ave W / W Barrett St,
Seattle, WA
206 281-2085

Seattle Pacific University Women's Basketball & Volley Ball
Royal Brougham Pavilion
3307 Third Ave. W.
Seattle, WA 98119
206 281-2085

Pacific Lutheran University Lady Lutes

407 Garfield St S
Tacoma, WA 98444
Tickets available at the event.

The Lady Lutes of PLU have an impressive athletic history. In the first 15 years of the program, Pacific Lutheran women's soccer teams compiled a phenomenal 233-59-18 record (.781 winning percentage), appearing in five NAIA national tournaments, winning championships in 1988, 1989 and 1991, and finishing as runner-up in 1990 and 1992. Pacific Lutheran teams have won 10 Northwest Conference crowns since 1981.

Over the past 11 seasons, the Pacific Lutheran women’s basketball team has put together a total of seven campaigns with at least 20 wins.

In the past nine years, the Pacific Lutheran volleyball team has compiled four seasons with at least 20 wins, along the way winning Northwest Conference championships in 1999, 2004, 2006 and 2007. It's clear that the Pacific Lutheran volleyball program has a good thing going.

While an NAIA member, PLU’s softball team won national championships in 1988 and 1992 and finished as runner-up in 1990. In the past 21 years, the Lutes have won 16 Northwest Conference championships. Since joining NCAA Division III, PLU has advanced to five regional tournaments and played for the regional title on four occasions. In 2002, the Lutes tied an NCAA record with 34 consecutive wins, captured a regional title and advanced to the NCAA Division III national tournament, finishing fourth.

Pacific Lutheran University Women’s Basketball
Olson Auditorium/Names Court
Pacific Lutheran University
Tickets available at the event, only.

Pacific Lutheran University Women’s Soccer
Pacific Lutheran University
407 Garfield St S
Tacoma, WA 98444
Tickets available at the event, only.

Pacific Lutheran University Women's Softball
Pacific Lutheran University
407 Garfield St S
Tacoma, WA 98444
Tickets available at the event, only.

Pacific Lutheran University Women’s Volleyball
Olson Auditorium
Pacific Lutheran University
Tacoma, WA 98447


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