The show starts at 4 p.m. and the party is at the O’Brien Center on campus.

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Seattle U women’s basketball fans are welcome at an NCAA tournament selection show watch party Monday evening.

The show starts at 4 p.m. and the party is at the O’Brien Center on campus.

The selection show will be broadcast on ESPN.

The WAC champion Redhawks (18-14) are in the NCAA tournament for the first time in their 40-year history after beating CSU Bakersfield 57-54 Saturday in the WAC title game in Las Vegas. Seattle U is heading into the tourney on a five-game winning streak.


• Illinois State hit three home runs in a five-run ninth to cap a 13-6 victory over host Washington. Levi Jordan was 2 for 4 with a homer and three RBI for the Huskies (7-7), who will go for the series split Monday. Joe Aeilts was 3 for 5 with four RBI for the Redbirds (7-5).

• Saint Mary’s beat Washington State 3-1 in the series finale in Pullman, earning a split of the four-game set. Ken Waldichuk gave up just two hits in seven innings, striking out 12 for the Gaels (9-5). Cody Anderson went seven innings for the Cougars (4-8), giving up two runs on seven hits and walking four.

• Albany took advantage of eight walks and three errors to beat Seattle U (9-7) in Bellevue 6-5 and earn a split of the four-game series.


• Seattle U (14-12) salvaged its last game at the CSUN Tournament in Northridge, Calif., beating the host team 4-1. Andie Larkins got the win, giving up a run on five hits. She struck out five and walked one.


• The Washington men started 0-2 in Pac-12 play after losing to No. 4 UCLA 4-1 in Seattle.

• The Seattle U men went 0-3 at the Golden State Invitational in Davis, Calif., losing their final match to Saint Mary’s 4-3.


Brendan De Jong scored in the first period, and Henri Jokiharju scored in the third as the Portland Winterhawks beat visiting Everett 2-0, denying the Silvertips a chance to clinch the WHL’s U.S. Division title.