Sophomore guard Terry Rozier’s brilliance sends the Cardinals to their fourth consecutive regional semifinals and 21st all-time — after coach Rick Pitino kicked point guard Chris Jones out of the storied program.
The Zags shot 61.5 percent from the field and made 10 of 16 from 3-point range in a dominant round-of-32 victory over the Hawkeyes in the NCAA tournament.
Northern Iowa does have two things Louisville does not: Momentum entering Sunday night’s third-round game in the East regional at KeyArena, after rolling past Wyoming Friday; plus Kurt Warner.
The Bulldogs (33-2) have big guys who can score. The Hawkeyes (21-11) have big guys who can score. And they’re one of the only teams left in this tournament that has big guys who might be able to stop Gonzaga’s big guys from scoring.
The Tides turned a one-run deficit after five innings into a 6-2 nonleague victory Wednesday for their third consecutive win to start the season — all coming after trailing by the end of the first inning.
UPS women’s basketball takes lead in last minute to win NCAA tournament game vs. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
With a minute left, Loggers senior Amanda Forshay faked right, drove left, beat her defender and scored. The shot brought Forshay to 19 points and gave Puget Sound its first lead of the game, 56-55.
The senior guard had brief postseason stints at Peninsula High School and Yakima Valley Community College, but nothing of this magnitude
MLS commissioner Don Garber confirmed Wednesday that the league and its players’ union reached an agreement in principle on a new collective bargaining agreement, averting a work stoppage that could have delayed the start of the 2015 season.
Cornerback Marcus Peters, who was dismissed from the Huskies in November, says he’s ready to play in the NFL
The Loggers made sure they would have at least one more home game, defeating No. 20 Whitworth, 82-78, in the Northwest Conference regular-season finale. UPS will host the Pirates again Thursday in the NWC tournament.
UPS women hold off Whitman, move closer to No. 2 seed into conference tournament
Loggers move into tie for fourth in Northwest Conference thanks to 64-62 victory over Lewis & Clark.
Alex Jackson and D.J. Peterson head our list of the organization’s top prospects
Hope Solo, at 33, is still considered one of the best goalies in the world, but she isn’t traveling with the U.S. squad after being suspended by U.S. Soccer for 30 days her latest episode of self-destructive and off-putting behavior
The Seattle Mariners moved to bolster their bench Wednesday by reaching a one-year agreement with veteran second baseman Rickie Weeks, who became a free agent after 11 seasons with the Milwaukee Brewers.
Stadium High graduate Jerrell Barbour becomes second boxer to win six career titles at Tacoma Golden Gloves
Ken Norton Jr. leaves to be Oakland’s coordinator; is Kris Richard Seattle’s next defensive coordinator?
Seattle loses its linebacker coach for a promotion with the Raiders and reunion with his former Dallas teammate. KING 5 television reports the Seahawks will promote defensive backs coach Kris Richard to replace departed Dan Quinn as defensive coordinator.
The Tacoma Boxing Club, which has won 28 Tacoma Golden Gloves team titles over the event’s lengthy history, will once again be well-represented with five boxers.
Trevion Brown scored 29 points as Lincoln (11-2) keeps pace with Foss (11-2) atop the 3A Narrows with one game remaining.
When it came down to Wilson High’s Billy Greer accepting a scholarship to play at NCAA Division II Central Washington University, or walking on at FCS powerhouse Eastern Washington University, he tried one tiebreaking tool.
The Loggers needed a win to stay in the race to finish in the top four of the Northwest Conference and advance to the conference tournament. It was a tight game, but Puget Sound prevailed, beating Pacific Lutheran, 61-54, at Names Family Court.
Loggers use a 15-0 run in the first half to erase an early deficit and cruise past the Lutes.
There are times when guard Kohl Meyer gets so out of control, all coach Justin Lunt can do is grit his teeth and stare down the University of Puget Sound men’s basketball bench in dismay.
Brandon Lester isn’t the tallest guy (5-11, 170), but he’s coming up big for the Lutes
Chris Paulson says every football coach has a “dream job” list.
Seattle’s NFC Championship Game win isn’t stopping the Atlanta Falcons from talking with Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn.
Tayler Flemming, Jori Hall help Lutes hold off Willamette in double overtime, 67-63
It’s been rumored for several days, and the University of Washington made it official on Friday afternoon. Huskies volleyball coach Jim McLaughlin, one of the most successful coaches in the history of UW athletics, is leaving the school to become the head coach at Notre Dame.
Loggers forward Allie Wyszynski scored a game-high 15 points off of the bench on 6 of 9 shooting in 20 minutes. Senior forward Amanda Forshay added 12 points and eight rebounds and Katy Ainslie had 10 points as the Loggers remained unbeaten on its home court in Northwest Conference play.
Not all the loud instructions, animated cries or crackling clipboards from coach Justin Lunt could prevent an unimaginable fate for the University of Puget Sound men’s basketball team Friday night.
Rogers chops away at Bethel’s 19-point lead but Braves hold off Rams for SPSL South victory
When Nick Whitehead sat in the upper stands at Mat Classic in the Tacoma Dome and watched his brother lose twice in the finals of 4A state championship for Tahoma High School, it hurt. And it inspired him.
Of the 14 champions crowned at the sixth annual all-classification South Puget Sound League Tournament on Saturday at Auburn High School, none were celebrated as loudly as Owens, who missed all of the 2013-14 season.
Despite a strong rally in the second half rally, the Lutes women came up short against the Boxers, 56-51, on Friday night in the opener of the Northwest Conference for both teams.
After one of Washington’s best starts ever and an impressive unbeaten five weeks, the Huskies suddenly have some serious concerns at the start of the Pac-12 season.
The Zags will only get credit for one win, but it was a big one that required them to dig out of a rare second-half deficit to defeat BYU 87-80 in the West Coast Conference opener for both teams in front of 20,900 at the Marriott Center.
Victory Daggs scored 18 points, Ryan Lacey 14 and Tristan Miguel 11 as Auburn Mountainview kept its record unbeaten (5-0) with a win over Sumner.
The Mariners are projecting a spring battle between Miller and Chris Taylor for the starting job
The Cal commit throws for 216 yards and a touchdown pass and runs for another score to lift Bothell to its first football state championship
Behind an all-out rushing attack, the Red Devils defeated the Patriots for their third state title in four years and avenged a loss in the finals to Liberty Christian back in 2012.
Coach Dave Ward works his magic at still another school, turning around a slumping Cubs program and producing a 42-13 victory over three-time defending state champion Lynden.
Senior linebackers Mason Tobeck and Damon Davis wrap up hard-charging Colville running back Colton Vining just inches short of the goal-line to preserve hard-fought victory
Chat with staff writers Todd Milles, TJ Cotterill and Kenny Via live from the Tacoma Dome during Saturday's high school football championship football games.
Crusaders’ 35-13 win earns state 3A title while snapping Wolverines’ 67-game win streak.
Linebacker Jimmy Townsend dominated the game with two forced fumbles, an interception, a sack and scored a touchdown as No. 6-ranked Okanagon wins its second state championship, 17-14, at the Tacoma Dome.
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