OKLAHOMA CITY — There was suspense on every pitch Sunday at an overflowing OGE Field. You could feel the tension in the stands, and it got more intense as the innings passed without a run.
OKLAHOMA CITY — The Washington Huskies knew it would be a tough road after losing their opener at the Women’s College World Series, needing to win four consecutive games to get back to the title series for the second season in a row.
OKLAHOMA CITY — It was the kind of game that you could feel sorry for whoever lost.
SEATTLE — The goal has been clear from the start of the season for the Washington softball team: win the Women’s College World Series after coming so close last year.
SEATTLE — Morganne Flores missed the Huskies’ run to the College Softball World Series championship round last season, having suffered a torn ACL that forced her to miss the entire season.
SEATTLE — The Washington defense doesn’t miss many layups.
RENTON — Ben Burr-Kirven is staying in Seattle.
SEATTLE — Washington Huskies star Jaylen Nowell confirmed what many had expected and will enter the NBA draft.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – With 63 seconds remaining in the collegiate careers of Washington’s four seniors, Mike Hopkins turned to the sidelines and emptied his bench one last time.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Dismantling Utah State in the first round of the NCAA tournament was obviously a significant achievement for Washington, but let’s be real, the Aggies aren’t among college basketball’s elite.
YAKIMA, Wash. — New Central Washington University football coach Chris Fisk will be a guest of the Yakima Monday Morning Quarterback Club at its weekly luncheon next week.
PULLMAN — In late January, Pat Chun took the first step toward improving the baseball product at Washington State, getting approval to move forward with $10 million renovations to Bailey-Brayton Field.
LAS VEGAS — The Huskies knew points would be difficult to find against a red-hot Oregon team that had allowed an average of 55.1 points during its seven-game winning streak.
LAS VEGAS — Dominic Green’s dagger 3-pointer or Matisse Thybulle’s game-clinching, windmill dunk?
SEATTLE — Tears welled up and David Crisp swallowed hard while letting out a long sigh to keep his emotions in check.
INDIANAPOLIS — Washington quarterback Jake Browning and his Washington State counterpart, Gardner Minshew, each vowed to try to enjoy the somewhat surreal ride that is the NFL combine as much as they could — Minshew by being himself, Browning by letting the public see more of what he says is…
SEATTLE — It took some time, but a once-skeptical Husky fan base is back on the UW bandwagon. The roar has returned to Montlake.
I remember walking past Jimmy Lake on Jan. 19 when the Alabama rumors were at their peak. The Crimson Tide had just competed in its fourth straight national-title game, two of which it won, and was reportedly wooing Lake to be its next defensive coordinator.
SEATTLE — In Mike Hopkins’ way of thinking, Noah Dickerson should feel flattered about the extra defensive attention he’s attracting this season.
SEATTLE — The Huskies, as expected, have lost another top defensive back early to the NFL draft.
PASADENA, Calif. — It’s tempting to reward them for their resilience when a comeback seemed impossible. Scoring 20 unanswered points against Ohio State is an achievement in itself.
RENTON — Pete Carroll and Brian Schottenheimer sat together and decided with their team winless after two games there needed to be a change.