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  • No. 16 Washington overwhelms Grambling State

    SEATTLE – Competitive basketball was not played at Hec Edmundson Pavilion on Wednesday night. The No. 16-ranked Washington Huskies made sure of that by demolishing the overmatched, undersized and overwhelmed …


  • Nebraska upsets No. 3 Washington at NCAA volleyball

    Nebraska rallied after dropping the first set and stunned third-seeded Washington in the third round of the NCAA volleyball tournament at Alaska Airlines Arena Friday in Seattle. Scores were 20-25, …


  • UW receiver Ross branches out to defense

    SEATTLE – Shaq Thompson isn’t the only Washington Huskies football player dabbling on both sides of the ball. John Ross, the speedy sophomore who leads the Huskies with 371 receiving …


  • Chiefs return goalie Moodie to Saskatoon

    The Spokane Chiefs announced Wednesday that they have returned 19-year-old goaltender Alex Moodie to the Saskatoon Blades. The Chiefs traded for Moodie in May, giving up a conditional pick in …


  • College football around the region

    Washington and Idaho play at home today (Saturday) and Whitworth heads to southern California in nonconference games.


  • UW reinstates quarterback Cyler Miles

    SEATTLE – Washington reinstated quarterback Cyler Miles, who had been suspended while police investigated whether he was involved in a Super Bowl night fight. Huskies coach Chris Petersen said suspended …


  • Clay transferred to UW for ailing mother

    SEATTLE – Brian Clay was on scholarship at Hawaii, where he spent the first two seasons of his collegiate career before transferring to Washington in September, choosing here to pay …


  • Huskies look at using LB Shaq Thompson in offense

    SEATTLE – Shaq Thompson might be Washington’s most versatile player, but the junior linebacker can’t be everywhere. He’s not in the Huskies’ running backs meetings, even though it’s becoming increasingly …


  • Santa Clara tops Gonzaga in 10 innings

    Santa Clara scored the go-ahead run on a wild pitch in the top of the 10th and threw out Gonzaga’s potential tying run in the bottom of the inning Friday …


  • Bill introduced to restart Gonzaga-Washington men’s basketball rivalry

    OLYMPIA – State law would make the Huskies play the Zags in basketball every year under a proposal introduced Tuesday by a Spokane senator. Considering there’s barely time left in …


  • Cal’s Gray scores 43 points to sink WSU

    Reshanda Gray powered for career highs of 43 points and 16 rebounds Thursday night as 18th-ranked California toppled Washington State 75-68 in overtime in Pac-12 women’s basketball in Berkeley, Calif. …


  • WSU women give No. 3 Stanford a scare

    Washington State has taken the floor 56 times against Stanford in women’s basketball, and 56 times the Cougars have lost. But No. 3 Stanford’s 77-69 victory Friday night in Pullman …


  • Cougars hold on for Pac-12 women’s victory at USC

    Tia Presley scored 21 points to lead five players in double figures Friday as Washington State snapped a three-game losing streak with a 79-75 Pac-12 win at USC after giving …


  • WSU women suffer first Pac-12 loss; GU wins

    Michelle Plouffe scored four points in the final seconds and Utah upset Washington State 59-57 on Sunday in Pullman. Plouffe scored inside the paint to tie the game at 57, …


  • UW, Tosh Lupoi reach $300,000 settlement

    The University of Washington and former assistant football coach Tosh Lupoi reached agreement on a mutual separation that will pay him $300,000, the school confirmed Wednes- day. Lupoi was the …


  • Huskies to pay new aides $3.075M

    SEATTLE – The University of Washington will spend more than $3 million on its assistant football coaches’ salaries in 2014. The school released salary information on Monday for eight of …


  • Huskies play up to potential in win over ASU

    TEMPE, Ariz. – Outside an upbeat locker room, standing against a yellow wall inside Wells Fargo Arena’s dingy concourse, Washington players spoke of progress in their pursuit of greater defensive …


  • UW stops MVSU, thanks to 18-0 run

    Nigel Williams-Goss and Andrew Andrews each scored 18 points and helped spark a decisive second-half run as Washington’s men pulled away for a 95-80 nonconference victory over Mississippi Valley State …


  • Huskies defeat BYU 31-16 in Fight Hunger Bowl

    A tumultuous month that started with coach Steve Sarkisian leaving for another job ended with a milestone win for Washington.


  • Huskies seek perfect capper to successful season

    SAN FRANCISCO – The trip to Alcatraz looked fun. The volunteer services at Glide Memorial Church appeared enlightening. The pep rally was loud. But now, after a week of activities …


  • Price’s detractors look beyond big numbers

    SAN FRANCISCO – There seems to be little consensus on Keith Price’s rightful place on the all-time list of Washington’s greatest quarterbacks. It seems few players at that position, at …


  • Penn State routs Washington 3-0 in semifinals

    SEATTLE – Penn State quieted the Washington fans – and sent them home early. Never mind Washington winning a national championship at home. It was second-seeded Penn State making the …


  • Sarkisian leaves Huskies for USC

    Just like that, the Washington Huskies are searching for a new football coach. Steve Sarkisian, hired in December of 2008 to resurrect a program coming off a 0-12 season, has …


  • Huskies hold off Long Beach State in double OT

    SEATTLE – Junior guard Mike Anderson scored 19 points and grabbed 16 rebounds as Washington rallied from an eight-point second-half deficit for a 92-89 double-overtime victory over Long Beach State …


  • Ending with a twist

    SEATTLE – The Washington State football team read off a familiar script in Friday afternoon’s Apple Cup. The setting was different, but the cast and characters were largely the same …


  • No bowl guarantees

    Because of Friday’s loss in the Apple Cup, the Washington State football team rests in limbo, certain that it deserves to play in a bowl game, but without a guarantee. …


  • Oregon sweeps WSU in volleyball

    Liz Brenner led three players in double figures with 15 kills Wednesday night as Oregon swept Washington State 25-22, 25-22, 25-19 in Pac-12 play at Pullman. Ariana Williams and Martenne …


  • Wilcox’s strong second half powers Huskies

    Senior C.J. Wilcox scored 22 of his 28 points in the second half, leading Washington to an 83-79 nonconference win over Montana on Tuesday night in Seattle. The Huskies (3-3) …


  • Apple Cup fraught with meaning this year

    The football coaches at Washington State allow their players 24 hours to reflect after every game to revel in their victory or lament their defeat.


  • Rested Huskies await Buffs

    SEATTLE – Washington’s second bye week of the football season came at the perfect time for coach Steve Sarkisian. The Huskies were beat up and tired after a rough October …

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