SEATTLE — Levi Onwuzurike did not want to settle for second.
The biggest surprise was his size.
Washington finally met its match.
The responsibility — and burden — that UW volleyball coach Keegan Cook felt to get the Husky volleyball team back to the Final Four was getting bigger.
Has there been a more remarkable run to the volleyball national semifinals?
LAS VEGAS — The Huskies ended a season marked by near-record setting defeats and futility with yet another head-scratching loss that will haunt them during the offseason.
Jimmy Lake is betting on himself.
Ryan Bowman provided a literal and figurative lift for the Huskies on Thursday.
SEATTLE — Did the Pac-12 have a successful season?
SEATTLE — Nahziah Carter’s career with the Huskies is over. The senior guard announced Friday afternoon via Twitter that he’s leaving the Washington men’s basketball team to begin a professional basketball career. Coach Mike Hopkins confirmed the news Friday in a news release. “Earlier this …
PULLMAN — Max Borghi had a fairly good sense of where he’d be playing football this fall long before the Washington State running back provided social media confirmation to a fanbase nervously waiting on pins and needles. An Instagram graphic shared to Borghi’s 12,900 followers, and 5,600 mo…
SEATTLE — Dylan Morris can move.
At 11 a.m. Thursday, a smiling Jimmy Lake told local media members that “we just had a great practice, and we are ready to travel to Berkeley and go try to get a first victory.”
Blake Snell gave typically candid answers during a 15-minute Zoom session on Tuesday, prior to Game 1 of the World Series.
Pat Chun called it “survival mode.”
SEATTLE — Amber Melgoza had one of the best games of her great Husky career, and still it didn’t matter in the end.
SEATTLE — For Washington football fans, Offensive Coordinator Watch continues.
SEATTLE — The Jacob Eason Era is over.
HONOLULU — Playing their second game in 24 hours, the Huskies didn’t have the normal spring in their legs, which partly explained their ragged start offensively Monday night.
LAS VEGAS — In his first few moments as the no-longer-defensive coordinator and now-official head coach of Washington, Jimmy Lake was looking for people to hug.