UW Huskies HEADLINES
The University of North Dakota football team will play Washington for the first time during the 2018 season.
If you ask Lorenzo Romar, his staff overhaul last week was not a reaction to losses, be they on the floor or in recruiting.
EUGENE, Ore. — The Washington Huskies made a quiet exit from the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships on Saturday.
Late in 2010, with his elbow in a sling supporting a carefully stitched-together ligament, Federal Way’s Elliot Morris had no clue if he had a career in baseball anymore.
EUGENE, Ore. — Athletes in individual sports often find joy in personal triumphs that leave them well short of victory, and despair in high finishes that don’t meet their standards for excellence.
Washington has overhauled its basketball staff like no other time under Lorenzo Romar.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Despite Oklahoma’s dominance throughout the postseason, the University of Washington had confidence it could hang with the top-ranked team in the nation.
OKLAHOMA CITY — The University of Washington is making a habit of heart-stopping games at this year’s Women’s College World Series.
OKLAHOMA CITY — The NCAA postponed Friday’s softball games at the Women’s College World Series until Saturday after severe weather — including tornadoes — in the Oklahoma City area.
The football career of Washington wide receiver James Johnson is over. Johnson, a fifth-year senior, has to retire because of an ongoing injury issue with his wrist.
Three years ago, Washington powered into the Women’s College World Series as the known predator.
Right fielder Victoria Hayward’s double scored Kelli Suguro with the deciding run in the top of the eighth inning, and the 11th-seeded Washington Huskies rallied to beat host Missouri, 2-1, in extra innings in the first game of the Columbia Super Regional softball tournament in Columbia, Mo.
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.
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