clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Nos Audietis, Episode 232: An interview with Pete Fewing

New, comments
Courtesy of Seattle U

With the short week, we weren't able to do a full episode. We did however get a chance to talk to Seattle U men's soccer coach and Sounders broadcast analyst Pete Fewing. We figured now would be as good a time as any to share that interview.

If you don't know, Fewing is a Seattle soccer original. He's been around the game here his whole life, playing against the likes of Brian Schmetzer as a youth, then playing at the University of Washington and for Seattle FC. He began coaching at Seattle U way back in 1988 and put together one of the strongest NAIA programs in the nation, winning a national title in 1997 and eventually moving up to NCAA Division II. There, he led the Redhawks to an undefeated campaign in 2004 that culminated with another national title. He left Seattle U in 2005 and spent a few years coaching the Kitsap Pumas, notably nearly leading them to an upset of the Sounders in the U.S. Open Cup in 2011.

He eventually returned to Seattle U and helped guide them to Division I in 2012. Last year he guided them to a Western Athletic Conference title and into the NCAA's Sweet 16. Over 18 seasons, he's won 220 games, registered a winning percentage of better than 60 percent and suffered through just three losing seasons.

Download | Duration 00:43:17iTunes | Google Play | Stitcher | RSS feed

This week's music: "Star Blazers Theme", Perry Como - "Seattle", Woody Guthrie - "Roll On Columbia"

Want to hear the music from the show in their glorious, full versions? Check out the Nos Audietis playlist on Spotify!