1970 – Families in the Puget Sound with children born with Spina Bifida found a support organization called the Spina Bifida Association of Puget Sound.
1991 – Jim Martinson, a local wounded warrior and advocate for disabled sports, meets the Spina Bifida Association and introduces track racing & field, followed by an adaptive swimming team.
1999 – The Seattle Jr. Sonics wheelchair basketball team is founded and featured on a Team Cheerios cereal box.
2003 – To better serve the purpose of the organization, the name is changed to Northwest Wheelchair Sports.
2005 – The organization is renamed to Northwest Adaptive Sports. The Seattle Jr. Sonics attend their first NWBA National Championship Tournament.
2007 – Washington State is the first state to accept high school wheelchair athletes to team scoring in track and field. Seattle hosts 9 teams from across the country for the NWBA Prep National Championships.
2008 – The organization changes name to Seattle Adaptive Sports and adds adult teams. SAS hosts the NWBA Varsity National Championships for the top 16 junior teams in the country.
2009 – SAS founds The CREW Youth Social Mentoring program to provide a youth social outlet.
2011 – SAS forms the Seattle Storm women’s basketball team and joins the NWBA Women’s Division.
2012 – A USA Hockey clinic attended by over 30 athletes and guest USA Paralympic Team members leads to the formation of the Seattle Thunderbirds Sled Hockey team.
2013 – SAS forms the Seattle Power Soccer team.
2014 – SAS holds its 1st Annual Paralympic Sports Day to over 100 individuals with physical disabilities.
2015 – For the first time, SAS sends 4 basketball teams to the NWBA National Championships.
2016 – The Seattle Storm host the NWBA Women’s National Championships. The Sno-King Thunderbird Sled Hockey team hosts their first ever sled hockey game at the Showare Center. SAS initiates a wheelchair tennis program for Seattle.
2020 – The Seattle King Cobras Goalball Team is absorbed by Seattle Adaptive Sports in order to provide training opportunities for individuals with visual impairments in the Greater Seattle Area.
2024 – The Seattle Storm officially change their name to the PNW Reign.