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01/18/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

The Huskies had no players score in double figures in losing for the 18th straight time on Stanford’s home floor.
01/18/2019   Seattle PI Huskies
STANFORD, Calif. (AP) — There are some games when Stanford finds its groove from the opening tip, methodically handles business, and the key thing coach Tara VanDerveer takes from a victory afterward was the opportunity to rest her regulars and find positives from the small strides. Alanna Smith scored 11 of her 27 points in the third period and also grabbed 13 rebounds as No. 6 Stanford beat cold-shooting Washington 91-54 on Friday night for its 19th straight home victory. "I was really happy with how our team came out tonight and I was really excited about how our bench finished," VanDerveer said. "I think the best thing is from my perspective, no one got in foul trouble, no one got hurt and no one played more than 30 minutes.
01/18/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

Several recruiting analysts predict Washington will land 6-foot 9 forward from Rochester. N.Y. Other possible destinations include Duke, Michigan State, Syracuse and Kentucky.
01/18/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

Washington State linebacker Peyton Pelluer is also listed on the NFLPA Bowl roster.
01/18/2019   Seattle PI Huskies
BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — Kristine Anigwe scored 29 points and grabbed a season-high 23 rebounds to help California beat Washington State 77-63 on Friday. Anigwe, who had her second 20-20 game of the season, has recorded a double-double in all 16 of the Golden Bears' games this season. She averages 22.3 points per game and leads the nation in rebounding with 15.0 per game. The Bears (11-5, 2-3 Pac-12) pulled away in the fourth quarter with an 18-2 run capped at 77-54 on Anigwe's layup with 2:24 left. The Cougars (7-10, 2-4) had closed the deficit to seven after trailing by as many as 15 early in the third quarter. Asha Thomas added 13 points and Jaelyn Brown scored 12 for Cal.
01/18/2019   Yahoo! Washington Football
Jake Browning is back in the Rose Bowl. Two and a half weeks after the Huskies' loss to Ohio State in the Granddaddy of them All, Browning is scheduled back in the Pasadena's famed stadium for Saturday's NFLPA Collegiate Bowl. The game is set to air at 2 p.m. Saturday on Fox Sports 1. Browning
01/18/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

The Huskies (13-4, 4-0) have won six in a row while the Golden Bears (5-12, 0-5) have lost six straight.
01/18/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

This time last year, Gardner Minshew wasn't even on a Pac-12 roster. But he ended the season as the conference's top Heisman contender. Will the same hold true in 2019? Does UW's Jacob Eason have a chance?
01/18/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

The Huskies (13-4, 4-0) won their sixth straight game and improved to 9-0 at Alaska Airlines Arena.
01/18/2019   Yahoo! Husky Basketball
The Huskies moved into first place in the Pac-12 after Thursday's 80-64 win over Stanford. Washington (13-4, 4-0) won its sixth straight game and improved to 9-0 at Alaska Airlines Arena. Here are three impressions. Noah Dickerson's strange disappearance The all-Pac-12 forward played just four
01/18/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

The seniors were celebrated for being awarded the Morris Trophy as the outstanding linemen in the Pac-12 and talked about the foundation they helped build for the Husky program as well as hunting trips to Idaho.
01/18/2019   Yahoo! Washington Football
Sports fans are good at a few things: Pontificating about their team and its opponents; eating chicken wings; drinking beer.  When it comes to perspective, however, they are often too emotionally invested to have it. Objectivity, they lack. Did I mention emotional overinvestment? For example, there are
01/18/2019   Yahoo! Husky Basketball
Huskies (13-4, 4-0) vs. California (5-12, 0-5) The Huskies wrap up the Bay Area schools on Saturday and will look to extend their 4-0 start in conference play hosting California at 2 p.m.  inside Alaska Airlines Arena. The game will be televised by the Pac-12 Networks with Aaron Goldsmith and Eldridge
01/17/2019   Seattle PI Huskies
PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) — Robert Franks, after missing four games with a hip contusion, returned to the court in a big way Thursday. The 6-foot-9 senior scored 24 points and grabbed eight rebounds as Washington State beat California 82-59 on Thursday in a clash of the Pacific 12 Conference's winless teams. Franks scored five quick points to open the second half with a jump shot and a 3-pointer wrapped around a lost ball turnover that put WSU ahead by double digits barely a minute into the final period. The Cougars lead stretched to as many as 29 points from there. "It's nice having Robo back and I told this team before the game, we have what I would call a lot of growth potential in us," said WSU coach Ernie Kent.
01/17/2019   Seattle PI Huskies
SEATTLE (AP) — While it's still very early in conference play, Washington is learning it won't need to lean on just one or two players to help carry the Huskies through the Pac-12 season. The Huskies are getting contributions throughout their rotation, and why Washington is 4-0 in conference play for the first time since the 2012-13 season. "It could be a different guy every night. I think that's why we're 4-0 right now because some guys might have off nights but we've got eight or nine real contributors that can go in there and play well, impact the game well with energy, with shots, with whatever it may be," Washington coach Mike Hopkins said. "That's what we're trying to build. It's the hardest thing to do and the easiest thing to say.
01/17/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

Jaylen Nowell scores 22 points to lead Washington to an 80-64 victory over Stanford. The Huskies made 6 of 14 three-pointers and are the only unbeaten team in conference play, but coach Mike Hopkins says the Huskies can't afford to relax.
01/17/2019   Yahoo! Husky Basketball
Associated Press SEATTLE -- The Washington Huskies have hired Junior Adams as their new wide receivers coach. Adams replaces Matt Lubick, who left coaching for a business opportunity in Colorado. Adams had served as the offensive coordinator at Western Kentucky for the past two seasons but was part of
01/17/2019   Yahoo! Washington Football
Associated Press SEATTLE -- The Washington Huskies have hired Junior Adams as their new wide receivers coach. Adams replaces Matt Lubick, who left coaching for a business opportunity in Colorado. Adams had served as the offensive coordinator at Western Kentucky for the past two seasons but was part of
01/17/2019   Seattle PI Huskies
SEATTLE (AP) — Washington has hired Junior Adams as its new wide receivers coach. Adams replaces Matt Lubick, who left coaching for a business opportunity in Colorado. Adams had served as the offensive coordinator at Western Kentucky for the past two seasons but was part of the coaching staff that was let go after this season. He had accepted an assistant job at Appalachian State recently, but chose to return to the Pacific Northwest. Adams coached at Boise State from 2014-16 and at Eastern Washington from 2009-13. He played collegiately at Oregon State and Montana State. Adams is the fourth wide receivers coach in the past six seasons for the Huskies. ___ More AP college football: https://apnews.
01/17/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

The last time the Huskies won at Maples Pavilion was 30 years ago. Washington (8-9, 1-4 Pac-12) has lost 17 straight games at No. 6 Stanford (14-1, 4-0), which has an 18-game home winning streak.
01/17/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

Nowell, who averages 16.7 points per game, ranks third in the Pac-12 in two-point field-goal percentage at 56.8. But it’s not just about the numbers Nowell is producing — it’s the manner in which he’s producing them.
01/16/2019   Yahoo! Washington Football
Byron Murphy So. CB Washington - The Pac-12 Championship Game MVP was one of the nation's highest-graded corners and is an athletic freak to boot. What sets Murphy apart is his physicality as a corner who isn't afraid to put a big hit on a receiver. He could go as high as the Top 10. Taylor Rapp
01/16/2019   Yahoo! Washington Football
After much of Washington's fanbase reasonably expected Myles Gaskin to leave for the NFL once last season was over, his return for his senior year suddenly made 2018 look much brighter. While Salvon Ahmed's electric athleticism in 2017 gave reason for optimism, losing Gaskin's vision and
01/16/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

Senior guard David Crisp is neither making excuses nor leaving anything to chance with just a few months of basketball left in his college career. He's willing to do whatever is necessary to get the Huskies to the NCAA tournament.
01/16/2019   Yahoo! Washington Football
Junior offensive linemen Nick Harris excels at blocking the defensive wiles of his opponent. He helped the Washington Huskies win a Pac-12 championship and reach the Rose Bowl Game for the first time since 2001. His dedication and work ethic can also be seen in his studies, Harris reached the All Academic
01/16/2019   Yahoo! Husky Basketball
The Washington gymnastics team is still in high spirits after losing to No. 8 Nebraska this past Saturday. Next up is Pac-12 competition, and first in the Huskies' sights is Arizona where they'll head to Tucson to take on the Wildcats. “We're really excited to just have a quick turnaround
01/16/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

Junior Adams spent the past two seasons as the offensive coordinator at Western Kentucky. Before that he was an assistant at Boise State and Eastern Washington.
01/16/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

The red-hot Huskies (12-4, 3-0) take their 5-game winning streak and perfect 8-0 home record into Thursday's matchup against Stanford (8-8, 1-3), which has beaten UW in the past three games.
01/15/2019   Yahoo! Washington Football
In 2018, Dawg fans saw a product that bore a number of striking similarities to what they saw in 2017 — namely, an elite secondary that received far too little help from a front seven that seemed at times utterly incapable of collapsing the pocket and pressuring opposing quarterbacks into errant throws
01/15/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

01/15/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

Justin Herbert's return was a big boost for Oregon. But Washington and Stanford didn't get quite so lucky, with several underclassmen leaving early for the NFL draft.
01/15/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

Myles Bryant's return for his senior season gives the reloading defense a boost. Also: Who might the 2019 MVP be? Is Salvon Ahmed the new featured back?
01/14/2019   Yahoo! Husky Basketball
If you want to keep up-to-date with news concerning Washington Huskies athletics all in one easy-to-digest format, follow the official UW Dawg Pound Twitter account and subscribe to Ryan Priest's lists of UW's beat reporters, Washington athletes, Washington coaches, and Washington athletics prospects
01/14/2019   Yahoo! Washington Football
If you want to keep up-to-date with news concerning Washington Huskies athletics all in one easy-to-digest format, follow the official UW Dawg Pound Twitter account and subscribe to Ryan Priest's lists of UW's beat reporters, Washington athletes, Washington coaches, and Washington athletics prospects
01/14/2019   Yahoo! Washington Football
The best rush defense that Steve Sarkisian ever had in his five years on Montlake averaged 4.1 yards per rush surrendered. That was in 2013, Sarkisian's last with the Huskies. You'll remember that team. Danny Shelton was just coming into his own as an interior d-lineman. Hau'oli Kikaha, Shaq
01/13/2019   Yahoo! Washington Football
Percy Allen lists his takeaways from Washington's victory Saturday over the Buffs that took place in Boulder, and extended the program's winning streak to five games. They include David Crisp seeming to be unable to miss from beyond the arc, Jaylen Nowell's bounceback performance from a rough
01/13/2019   Yahoo! Washington Football
Throughout this week we'll be looking back at the 2018 season with a review of each phase of the game. We begin with everyone's favorite punching bag: the passing game. What We Expected The Washington passing game entered the season with a mix of old parts and new, which led to fans feeling pretty
01/13/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

The Utes made layup after layup and the cold-shooting Huskies could not keep up in a 58-43 loss.
01/13/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

Second-year coach Mike Hopkins has led the Huskies (12-4, 3-0 Pac-12) to five straight wins, which ties the longest winning streak since he took over.
01/12/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

David Crisp came out firing from long range early and carried the Washington men’s basketball team before Jaylen Nowell took over late for a 77-70 victory at Colorado on Saturday night.
01/12/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

The Huskies snapped a five-game losing streak Friday against Colorado. Utah figures to present a tougher challenge.
01/10/2019   Yahoo! Washington Football
Caption Close It's no secret that the Washington Huskies and Washington State Cougars aren't terribly fond of each other. Like so many in-state rivalries, the two programs and their respective fanbases engage in a near-constant battle for supremacy. Husky fans will tell you that the Cougs are
01/10/2019   Yahoo! Washington Football
The Washington football team had a memorable 2018 season, winning its second Pac-12 Conference championship in three years and returning to the historic Rose Bowl Game in Pasadena. Along the way, the Huskies had numerous highlight plays, and we need your help to decide the best of the best. Watch each
01/08/2019   Yahoo! Washington Football
Eight freshmen, including quarterback Dylan Morris, who signed with the Washington Huskies during the early signing period last month have enrolled in winter-term classes at UW this week. The concept of incoming freshmen graduating high school early is a growing trend around college football, as freshmen
01/08/2019   Yahoo! Husky Basketball
Washington (10-4, 1-0) at Utah (7-7, 1-1) The Huskies take their first conference road trip of the season as they head to the mountain schools first taking on Utah on Thursday, Jan. 10 at 7 p.m. PT. The game will be nationally televised by Fox Sports 1 with Aaron Goldsmith and Steve Lavin on the call
01/07/2019   Yahoo! Washington Football
Clemson Alabama Texas Georgia Florida LSU Ohio State Oklahoma Notre Dame Washington - People are going to write off the Huskies after losing Myles Gaskin and a lot of their defense, but Washington has been able to replace players the past three years of Chris Petersen's tenure in the way the programs
01/07/2019   Yahoo! Washington Football
Clemson 15-0 Alabama 14-1 Ohio State 13-1 Oklahoma 12-2 Notre Dame 12-1 Texas 10-4 LSU 10-3 Georgia 11-3 Florida 10-3 Washington 9-4 - The Huskies didn't get over the elite win hump they desperately need to conquer by losing to Ohio State and looked like a disaster for much of the game, but were
01/07/2019   Yahoo! Washington Football
Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer Close Covers the Pac-12. Joined ESPN in 2014. Attended Washington State University. Follow on Twitter Washington Huskies cornerback Byron Murphy will enter the NFL draft, he announced Monday. Murphy thanked his coaches, teammates, family and Washington fans in a Twitter
01/07/2019   Yahoo! Washington Football
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01/03/2019   Yahoo! Husky Basketball
Behind a four-game preseason win streak, including an 82-74 top-ten upset of then-No. 4 Mississippi State, No. 5 Oregon women's basketball (11-1) will open Pac-12 conference play at home hosting the Washington Huskies (0-1, 7-6) and the Washington State Cougars (1-0, 6-6) at Matthew Knight Arena
01/02/2019   Yahoo! Washington Football
Washington's defense looked unrecognizable in the first half of Tuesday's Rose Bowl loss to Ohio State. For different reasons, it will have a decidedly new look in 2019. All-American safety Taylor Rapp on Wednesday morning announced plans to skip his senior season and declare for the NFL draft
01/02/2019   Yahoo! Washington Football
Some notable numbers and achievements from Ohio State's 28-23 victory over Washington in the 105th Rose Bowl: 12,296 Jake Browning matched his season high with 313 yards passing, completing 35-of-54 attempts, with 135 of those coming in the fourth quarter. His 54 passing attempts are the second-most
01/01/2019   Yahoo! Husky Basketball
Washington head coach Mike Hopkins had one simple New Year's resolution: Have his team play a complete 40-minute effort. The Huskies didn't get his resolution off to a great start Tuesday night, but were able to string together enough to begin 2019 with a victory. Jaylen Nowell scored 18 points
01/01/2019   Yahoo! Husky Basketball
After a 13-game schedule has led to a matchup between the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Washington Huskies in the Rose Bowl Game. For quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr. and the Buckeyes, the goal is to send coach Urban Meyer out on a high note but linebacker Ben Burr-Kirven and the Huskies stand in the way
12/22/2018   Yahoo! Husky Basketball
The uncertainty surrounding the recruitment of Asa Turner will drag on another six weeks. Turner, a 6-foot-4 safety from Carlsbad, Calif., who is ranked as a top-200 recruit nationally by 247Sports.com, made a verbal commitment to the Washington Huskies in July but did not sign with the Huskies during
12/21/2018   Yahoo! Husky Basketball
SEATTLE (AP) – Washington head coach Mike Hopkins didn't get the full 40-minute effort he hoped for from his team Friday night, but one strong half was enough to propel the Huskies to victory. Noah Dickerson and Matisse Thybulle each scored 12 points, and Nahziah Carter added 11 off the bench as
12/20/2018   Yahoo! Husky Basketball
Jeff Borzello of ESPN has the goods on where Quade Green is headed. The now former Kentucky Wildcats guard, who announced his intentions to transfer last week, will be heading to Seattle. Green will be transferring to the Washington Huskies. Green is a former five-star recruit and was the 5th-ranked
12/20/2018   Yahoo! Husky Basketball
Going into the final two games before kicking off conference play against Washington State, the Huskies are currently sitting at a record of 7-4, a touch below last season's 8-3. By design, the competition will be tougher –  Washington's SOS is the 14th highest in Division I basketball, while