Seattle U baseball concluded their 2024 season with a narrow 10-11 loss to Abilene Christian. Despite multiple rallies and strong performances from Cameron Dayton and Sam Kane, the team couldn't secure the win. Head coach Donny Harrel praised the team for their perseverance throughout the game and season. The Redhawks finished the season with a 17-36 overall record and 10-20 in Western Athletic Conference play, missing out on the WAC tournament.

By the Numbers
  • Seattle U scored 10 runs on 9 hits.
  • Sam Kane hit his 9th home run, contributing to 3 runs in one play.
  • Cameron Dayton drove in 4 runs, including a 2-run home run.
  • The final season record was 17-36, with a 10-20 record in WAC play.
Yes, But

Despite strong individual performances and late-game rallies, Seattle U's pitching couldn't hold off Abilene Christian, leading to a season-ending loss.

State of Play
  • Seattle U's seniors and graduates made their final appearances.
  • The team battled through the game but fell short in the end.
What's Next

With the season over, the focus shifts to rebuilding and preparing for the next year. New talent will be key to improving their standing in conference play.

Bottom Line

While Seattle U baseball showcased resilience and individual talent, they must address consistency and defensive strength to have a more competitive season in 2025.