Don your purple garb and marvel at quickly squeaking sneakers and deft passes as Portland's Jared Stohl, who was named among the All-WCC Honorable Mention in the 2008–2009 and 2009–2010 seasons, and Luke Sikma, one of the WCC's top rebounders, look to overpower their collegiate rivals and add another W to their season. A sportive clash of Pacific Northwest proportions, this game marks the 103rd bouncing battle between the two longstanding foes, so hit the concession stand before tension cuts through the arena like a hot divining rod through butter. Today's deal gets you a seat in sections 120, 121, or 122, which provide excellent basket's-eye views of the action.
More than 60 Yelpers give KeyArena, Seattle's home court, a 3.5-star average:
- I was pleased with the seating, of course we had good seats but it looks like anywhere you sit you would get a good view. – Kaylene C., 12/04/2010
- I'm a season ticket holder for the Seattle Storm so I spend a lot of time at the Key. For the most part everyone that works here is very pleasant. – Marcy N., 10/07/2010
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.
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