Gonzaga Week officially began at 9:15 p.m. Wednesday.
Jaden McDaniels scored 20 points, Isaiah Stewart had 16 points and 15 rebounds and No. 22 Washington beat South Dakota 75-55.
Isaiah Stewart had 25 points and seven rebounds, Jaden McDaniels scored 20 and No. 25 Washington beat San Diego 88-69 on Sunday night.
Jaylen Nowell hit two key free throws with 25.4 seconds left and Washington held off a contested corner three-pointer at the buzzer to avoid overtime and claim a 66-63 win over San Diego on Nov. 12, 2018.
The Washington Huskies got a glimpse of life without prized freshman forward Isaiah Stewart and for a while things looked pretty hairy on Friday night.
Isaiah Stewart dominated on the interior and scored 16 points, Quade Green added 11 points on 5-for-5 shooting, and No. 25 Washington rebounded from its first loss of the season with a 72-53 win over Maine on Tuesday night.
Jordan Bowden scored 15 of his 18 points in the first half, Lamonte Turner had 16 points and the Tennessee Volunteers upset No. 20 Washington 75-62 in Toronto
Isaiah Stewart scored 16 points and blocked five shots, Nahziah Carter scored 12 of his 14 points in the second half, and No. 20 Washington overcame an awful first half offensively to pull away for a 56-46 win over Mount St. Mary’s
Isaiah Stewart made a go-ahead layup with 30 seconds left, Nahziah Carter scored 23 points and Washington beat No. 16 Baylor 67-64
Your Honor, we appreciate the Dawgs’ enthusiasm, and we’re not discounting them totally, but let’s be real for a second. They lost a
Isaiah Stewart and Jaden McDaniels are two of the top freshmen in the country and together they form the centerpiece of a talented Washington team that opens the season Friday against No. 16 Baylor.
Washington guard Quade Green will be eligible immediately after his waiver was granted by the NCAA. Green, who started his career at Kentucky, transferred to Washington last January and sat out due to NCAA transfer rules. He was seeking to become eligible for the start of this season rather than missing the first month.
In keeping with the ghostly Halloween theme that permeated Alaska Airlines Arena, the new-look Washington men’s basketball showcased a revamped roster that was scary good in Thursday night’s 87-63 exhibition victory against Division II Western Washington.
The first two seasons – that was the soft opening. It might have been surprising, and it might have been successful, but it wasn’t the unveiling of the man’s true vision.
Nahziah Carter has no doubt the Huskies can repeat as Pac-12 champions and believes Washington reloaded with enough high-end talent to surpass last season’s team that advanced to the second round of the NCAA tournament.