Could the Huskies have a true freshman starter at Safety and other notes from Day 12 of Spring Practices
The golf team’s most visible active alumnus wins his first PGA Tour title, the men’s crew team registers a win against a longtime rival, and the Seattle Times has dispatches from this morning’s football practice.
Jen Cohen gets a raise, basketball recruits sign, and more spring practice updates.
A fifth-year senior linebacker is hungry for his breakout opportunity, all eyes are fall on local five-star MBB recruit Jaden McDaniels, and UW athletic director Jen Cohen gets candid.
The 2018-19 Basketball Season is Officially Over, as is Day 4 of Spring Practices
Joe Tryon describes UW’s effort to create more sacks and quarterback pressures, we see plenty of UW names in The Athletic’s latest mock draft, and the softball team’s winning streak has grown to double-digits.
The most recent set of Husky alumni returned to campus to impress scouts once again less than a month before the NFL Draft
What to watch for at this week’s spring football practices, wondering how Jimmy Lake’s future as UW’s defensive coordinator will play out, and reacting to Jaylen Nowell’s decision to declare for the NBA Draft.
With the end of basketball and spring football around the corner, it looks like we’ll be seeing a lot more gridiron.
The basketball team turns to the offseason and spring practices are right around the corner
The Dawgs are eliminated from the NCAA tournament, but don’t let that make you feel as if their second season under Mike Hopkins was anything but a resounding success.
The Huskies are officially March Madness participants once more, the results are in from the weekend’s Husky Football Combine, and the football team’s star tight end opens up about the personal challenges he has overcome.