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  1. Washington men place fourth in Pac-12 golf

    Seattle TimesMay 01 09:14 PM

    The Huskies finish at 23-over 1,443. Stanford won its third consecutive team title and Arizona State’s Jon Rahm was the individual winner.

  2. Published: Sunday, May 1, 2016, 8:50 a.m. Washington linebacker Travis Feeney was the 220th overall pick in the NFL draft on Saturday. Travis Feeney had a succinct, exclamatory response when asked how it felt to be drafted on Saturday by the Pittsburgh Steelers.

  3. Staff writer wrote book on University of Washington regatta Event started in 1987 with a visit from Soviet rowers Pacific Northwest’s crew legacy dates to early 1900s … Click to Continue »

  4. A cheerleader supports the University of Washington Huskies during a football game against the University of Notre Dame Fighting Irish on Sept. 24, 2005, at Husky Stadium in Seattle, Washington.

  5. The Washington Huskies had their Spring Preview this past weekend and though a lot of the big names didn't play too much, it still gave fans and the media a look into a program that hopes to compete for the Pac-12 North title this fall. And fear not,

  6. Published: Saturday, April 30, 2016, 8:32 p.m. Washington linebacker Travis Feeney was the 220th overall pick in the NFL draft on Saturday. Travis Feeney had a succinct, exclamatory response when asked how it felt to be drafted on Saturday by the Pittsburgh Steelers.

  7. INDIANAPOLIS — Just under seven minutes into the national semifinal game, the Washington Huskies were on the march. The team that came out of nowhere to advance to it first Final Four was hanging close to Syracuse. A three-point basket by Talia Walton cut the Syracuse lead to three points, and it...

  8. Issaquah grad competes in NCAA Women's Final Four

    Sammamish ReporterApr 18 12:50 PM

    Issaquah Eagles 2014 graduate Mackenzie Wieburg dives on a loose ball for the University of Washington Huskies women’s basketball team during her freshman season in a contest against Yale in November of 2014. Wieburg, who was a sophomore during the 2015-16 season, was part of a Huskies squad that advanced to the 2016 NCAA Women’s Final Four in Indianapolis.

  9. Washington women crack under Syracuse pressure, 80-59

    The Associated Press via Yahoo! SportsApr 03 09:34 PM

    Washington coach Mike Neighbors learned a hard lesson Sunday night. The Huskies must find a way better way to handle the pressure next season. Syracuse converted 18 Washington turnovers into 20 points and used its strong 3-point shooting barrage to dismantle the Huskies' defense in an 80-59 blowout in the national semifinals, leaving them one win short of playing for a national title.

  10. Published: Friday, April 22, 2016, 11:09 p.m. SEATTLE — At first, the Washington Huskies’ offensive linemen focus on learning a single position — the one they play — and no others.

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