UW Huskies Newsletter

 

Ex-Husky Robert Upshaw goes undrafted

Robert Upshaw’s dismissal from the University of Washington men’s basketball program might have cost him more than most analysts projected...

Former Washington center Robert Upshaw (24), who was dismissed from the Huskies men’s basketball team last season, was not taken in the NBA Draft on Thursday.

Huskies sign junior college QB transfer Tony Rodriguez

The school confirmed Tuesday that Tony Rodriguez, an incoming junior who spent the last two seasons at City College of San Francisco, has signed a...

Quarterback Tony Rodriguez, a 2014 Region I All-California junior college Player of the Year at City College of San Francisco, will transfer to the University of Washington for the 2015 season.

Lorenzo Romar hires former point guard Will Conroy as assistant coach

UW announced Thursday that Conroy, the popular former point guard whose passion and toughness made him a fan favorite during the early years of Romar...

Former Washington Huskies point guard Will Conroy, the school’s all-time leader in assists, returns to the program as an assistant coach. The Garfield High graduate calls it a “dream job for me.”

UW men’s basketball coach Lorenzo Romar remains optimistic despite rough season, major roster turnover

The Huskies return just three scholarship players next season, but welcome a highly-touted class of incoming freshmen.

UW coach Lorenzo Romar, left, celebrates with Andrew Andrews after beating then-No. 13 San Diego State, days before the program started to implode.

University of Washington wide receiver John Ross III will miss 2015 season with leg injury

Ross injured his knee during a workout April 17.

Washington’s John Ross III returns a kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown against UCLA on Nov. 8. Ross, who also caught four touchdown passes of 55 yards or longer, will miss the entire 2015 season because of a leg injury.
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