With three weeks left, Seattle U has put itself in a position that it has never been in since the revamped WAC began in 2013-14. The Redhawks control their own destiny for a regular season crown. After getting back in the win column with wins over UTRGV and Lamar, the Redhawks gladly celebrated when Utah Valley knocked off New Mexico State on Saturday.
It mean Seattle U was back in a tie for first place in the WAC standings. And it is a big four-game stretch for the Redhawks. Seattle travels to South Texas to face UTRGV for the second time in six days in Edinburg. Then, the Redhawks return home to host CBU on Saturday before hosting New Mexico State on Monday in a makeup game from the first week of WAC play.
Following that, Seattle U heads to the Rocky Mountains to take on Utah Valley on Thursday and Dixie State on Saturday.
Can the Redhawks put themselves in a position to win the WAC? Have to keep an eye on it.
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