Watching an athlete succeed is supremely satisfying, though curiously, so is watching a dam fail. Feel the rush with this GrouponLive deal to see the Seattle University Redhawks men’s basketball team take on the Campbell University Fighting Camels at KeyArena on Saturday, December 22 at 7 p.m.
Choose from Four Seating Options
- For $15, you get two tickets for south baseline seating in sections 118–124 (up to a $31.46 value, including all fees)
- For $18, you get two tickets for corner seating in sections 103, 111, 117, 125 (up to a $37.68 value, including all fees)
- For $23, you get two tickets for upper-sideline seating in rows 13–27 of sections 101, 113–115, and 127–128 (up to a $47.88 value, including all fees)
- For $29, you get two tickets for lower-sideline seating rows 1–12 of sections 101, 113–115, and 127–128 (up to a $58.20 value, including all fees)
The Scouting Report
Fourth-year head coach Cameron Dollar looks to steer the Seattle Redhawks to a winning campaign after a 2011–2012 season in which his squad started slow but went on to win 9 of their last 12 games. Through the first five games of this season, the forward tandem of junior Clarence Trent and freshman Deshaun Sunderhaus have sparked the offense, chipping in 11 points per game each and combining for 14 rebounds in each contest. Junior guard Sterling Carter handles the point guard duties with flashy dribbling, deft court vision, and ability to find open teammates to dish out thirst-quenching cups of warm milk.
Seattle University Athletics
Since the 1950s, the Seattle University Athletics program has been all over the collegiate athletic landscape, leaving their post as a vaunted member of the NCAA Div. I for the NAIA in the 1970s, where they stayed until the fall of 2002, when they entered the NCAA Div. II. Though the school’s history chronicles periods of turbulence, it also encompasses a laundry list of indelible athletes; basketball Hall of Fame inductee Elgin Baylor led the Redhawks to an NCAA Championship game in 1958, and tennis star Tom Gorman was twice selected as an NCAA All-American, paving the way to a pro career in which he attained a top-10 worldwide ranking. In its relatively brief time in the NCAA Div. II, the Redhawks have won two NCAA titles in men’s swimming and one men’s soccer championship, for which the team was awarded rights to the Seattle Space Needle.