ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Mike Hopkins and his coaching staff stomped around in Adidas-branded military boots Friday night. He said the footwear will be kept as unique mementos from Washington’s participation in the nationally televised Armed Forces Classic.
CORVALLIS, Ore. — The decisions made the difference.
SEATTLE — Chris Petersen knows Jonathan Smith.
Nahziah Carter has a fish story you need to hear.
SEATTLE — This was a comprehensive collapse.
SEATTLE —Jacob Eason will be the Washington Huskies’ starting quarterback in the team’s season opener next Saturday against Eastern Washington.
SEATTLE — Peyton Henry would not be here without Jake Haener.
SEATTLE — Contrary to popular belief, the competition to be the next Husky quarterback is not predetermined, not a charade, and not mere window dressing.
Defending conference champion Washington is expected to have another successful season this fall, according to media members.
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.
PULLMAN — Washington State quarterback Anthony Gordon threw for 520 yards and five touchdowns in a victory over Stanford, and coach Mike Leach was full of praise for the senior on Saturday.
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.
Cooper Kupp’s results are indisputably impressive.
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.
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?