Seattle U signs PG Shaughnessy

Seattle U signs PG Shaughnessy

Good recruiters are always thinking ahead. Even though Seattle U went into the 2014 spring signing period apparently set at point guard -- with rising senior Isiah Umipig returning as arguably the top player in the WAC, Hawaii transfer Manroop Clair set to become eligible, and early signee Jadon Cohee coming in from Canada -- the Redhawks continued to stockpile talent at the one.

Umipig scored 22 against UW last season.

Redhawks-Huskies scheduled for Nov. 21

While the recruiting world has been turning up some interesting story lines for Seattle U in recent weeks, the most noteworthy piece of offseason business that head coach Cameron Dollar can officially talk about is the Redhawks' schedule for the upcoming 2014-15 season.

Seattle U makes Foster's final four

Seattle U makes Foster's final four

This season was one of growth for Elijah Foster. Not only did the Rainier Beach High School (Seattle) power forward end his senior campaign about an inch taller than he began it, putting him at 6-foot-8 and 240 pounds presently, but he also grew as a player into a coveted D-I recruit.

Armond Davis signs a NLOI

Davis signs with Seattle U

It has been an eventful day for Seattle University basketball. Not long after Big Bend Community College shooting guard Brendan Westendorf signed a National Letter of Intent to attend SU, another homegrown, high-scoring shooting guard -- Foss High School (Tacoma, Wash.) star Armond Davis -- put pen to paper to confirm Seattle U as his college choice.

Westendorf signs with Seattle U

Westendorf signs with Seattle U

The Seattle University recruiting rumor mill has suddenly gone from zero to 60. The final weekend before the April "dead period" sparked a handful of reported verbal commitments, and now, one official signee: 6-6 shooting guard Brendan Westendorf.

Q&A with Shore Adenekan

Q&A with Shore Adenekan

Shore Adenekan may be the closest thing Seattle University has to a one-man metaphor for its basketball rebuilding project.

2013-14 season wrap-up with Cameron Dollar

2013-14 season wrap-up with Cameron Dollar

The fifth season of Cameron Dollar's head coaching tenure at Seattle University -- also known as the fifth season of SU's second life on the NCAA's Division-I level -- was one of alternating peaks and valleys, ending with unfulfilled potential and unanswered questions.

Photo: Whidbey News-Times

Washington picks SU over Air Force

For the last four years, basketball has been a family affair for Drew Washington. At Oak Harbor (Wash.) High School, the 6-3 shooting guard was coached by his father, Mike Washington, and for two seasons he played alongside his older brother, Mike Jr. So when Drew steps onto the court for his freshman season at SU, he'll be stepping out on his own to carry the family name solely on his shoulders.

Westendorf drawing more D-I attention

Westendorf drawing more D-I attention

Averaging just under 30 points per game on any level of amateur basketball will draw the attention of scouts and recruiters, something Brendan Westendorf is learning first-hand.

Courtesy. Western Athletic Conference

Seattle U's season ends at WAC tournament

As Thursday night's first-round WAC tournament game between Seattle U and New Mexico State made its way down the stretch with the 7th-seeded Redhawks trying to hang onto a lead over the 2nd-seeded and two-time defending champion Aggies, two questions came to mind: First, could SU actually pull off the upset? And second, where was this SU team all season?

Seattle U ends regular season on skid

Seattle U ends regular season on skid

The Redhawks face an uphill climb in the WAC tournament, as Saturday's 67-53 loss at Chicago State left Seattle U as the 7th seed in the conference tourney with a first-round matchup against two-time defending champions New Mexico State.

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Redhawks roasted by 'Roos on road

With the WAC tournament looming as their only chance to make the NCAA's Big Dance, it's looking like the Redhawks will only go as far as Isiah Umipig's shooting hand can carry them. Five days after lighting up Idaho for a career-high 36 points and eight threes in a victory, Umipig had his worst shooting performance of the season in Thursday night's 82-73 loss at Missouri-Kansas City.

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