SEATTLE (AP) — The parents of a University of Washington student who died in a fall at the Pi Kappa Phi house are suing the fraternity, saying he was encouraged to drink during a party game.

In the lawsuit filed this week in King County Superior Court, Don and Janice Jensen said the May 2002 death of their 19-year-old son, Brett, followed a game called "Century Club," in which participants are supposed to drink a shot of beer every minute for 100 minutes.

While seeking unspecified damages, they said Wednesday the main purpose is to get fraternities to stop featuring alcohol at social events.