UW Huskies HEADLINES
Heather Tarr, the highly successful softball coach of the Washington Huskies, says one of the most enjoyable aspects of her job is watching players mature and develop during their college careers.
In her first scrimmage as a freshman pitcher on the Washington softball team, Kaitlin Inglesby was hit by a line drive that shattered her face.
The University of Washington appeared to be doing Portland State a favor when the Huskies chose not to pitch No. 1 starter Kaitlin Inglesby in the opening round of the NCAA softball tournament.
Washington has added Raphael Chillious back to its basketball staff.
After several years of stability, Washington is again shifting its basketball coaching staff.
The question was if spring is the thing.
In 2003, the Trufant family held a draft party for oldest son Marcus Trufant in downtown Tacoma. Fast forward 10 years later, and Lloyd and Constance Trufant are doing the same thing today for youngest son Desmond Trufant.
Shaq Thompson concluded Washington’s spring-football season Saturday as unofficial co-captain of the Huskies’ linebackers and goodwill ambassador extraordinaire.
Just more than four months from now, Washington quarterback Keith Price will enter revamped Husky Stadium with his full arsenal.
SEATTLE — The end of spring is here. At least for the University of Washington football team.
Inside, then outside. Have it. Don’t have it.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Three weeks after signing a long-term contract extension at the University of Washington, Kevin McGuff returned home to become the women’s basketball coach at Ohio State.
Star tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins remains suspended from the Washington football team after being charged with DUI following an accident March 9 in the University District.
The Seattle City Attorney’s Office has filed a misdemeanor DUI charge against University of Washington star tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins following an accident March 9 in the University District.
The abusive actions of former Rutgers men’s basketball coach Mike Rice were not lost on Washington football players.
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