About this Event
Please join the Seattle University community on Friday, February 10, 2023 for the 36th Annual Alumni Awards at Pigott Auditorium and PACCAR Atrium!
For one special night, we will recognize five individuals who have demonstrated exceptional leadership, service to the university and community, a commitment to care, academic excellence, diversity, justice and an alignment with our Jesuit values.
Additionally, two exceptional individuals will be inducted into the Hall of Fame as recognition for their legendary impact on Seattle U Athletics.
**Alumni Award & Hall of Fame Recipients
Ana White, ’95, College of Science and Engineering
For her outstanding professional achievements, and for embodying the mission and Jesuit values of Seattle University, Ana White has been chosen to receive the SUAA’s highest honor: Alumna of the Year.
Archie Roundtree, Jr., ’18 JD, School of Law
For having achieved so much in the several years since he graduated, Archie Roundtree will be the recipient of the Outstanding Recent Alumnus Award.
Mary Ann Goto, ’79, College of Arts and Sciences
For her deep commitment to community, and for living out Seattle University’s Jesuit values, Mary Ann Goto will receive the University Service Award.
Rolita Flores Ezeonu, Ed.D, ’06, College of Education
Having dedicated her career to strengthening educational institutions and the communities that surround them, Rolita Flores Ezeonu is well-deserving of the Professional Achievement Award.
Tom Roach, ’71, College of Arts and Sciences
For his recent work with Ukrainian refugees, and for a lifetime of serving communities in need, Tom Roach will be the recipient of the Community Service Award.Hall of Fame Inductees
Stephanie Verdoia, ’15, Women's Soccer
The most decorated player in program history, Stephanie Verdoia was an All-American, Academic All-American, and the first female SU athlete drafted by a United States pro league.
Kyle Bjornethun, ’21, Men's Soccer
Kyle Bjornethun was drafted by Seattle Sounders FC following a Redhawk career that included four conference titles, two NCAA Tournament wins, All-conference, All-region and All-American honors.
Learn more about this year's winners and inductees.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Pigott Auditorium, Seattle University, 901 12th Avenue, Seattle, United States