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A few months ago, former Washington Huskies center Robert Upshaw appeared in the first round of a few NBA mock drafts, but his stock has dropped in recent weeks.
The addition at WWU is made as the school joins the Cascade Collegiate Conference.
Gonzaga men’s basketball will face Tennessee in the Battle in Seattle at KeyArena on Dec. 19, school officials announced Tuesday.
Citing a chronic hip injury, Washington quarterback Cyler Miles has retired from football, the school announced Monday.
EUGENE — It was a Duck feast at home at the NCAA track and field championships. Jenna Prandini won the 100 meters and finished second to Kentucky’s Dezerea Bryant in an exceedingly fast 200 on Saturday, leading the Oregon women to their first team championship in 30 years.
Tony Rodriguez will provide ‘an immediate boost’ to UW’s QB staff, coach Chris Petersen says.
Well, that didn’t take long. Noah Dickerson wasted little time and verbally committed to Washington on Thursday afternoon. The former Florida signee had planned to spend two days visiting with the Huskies before traveling to the Bay Arena this weekend and taking an official trip to California.
Quarterback Tony Rodriguez from the City College of San Francisco has signed a scholarship offer to play for the Huskies beginning this fall, according CCSF’s Twitter account.
Former player Will Conroy joins head coach Lorenzo Romar’s staff at Washington.
Washington State athletic director Bill Moos announced the hiring of Marty Lees as the new Cougars baseball coach on Wednesday, citing Lees’ success as an assistant coach at similar programs.
OKLAHOMA CITY — For a night, UCLA resembled the Bruins who once dominated college softball. Ally Carda pitched a complete game to help UCLA defeat Oregon 7-1 on Thursday night in the Women’s College World Series. It was the school’s first win in the event since claiming the last of its 11 national championships in 2010.
WSU AD Bill Moos says a change is needed after more than a decade with Donnie Marbut.
Walla Walla’s first trip to the Northwest Athletic Conference baseball championship since 2007 ended on Friday.
Walla Walla Community College baseball team lost to Edmonds Community College today, 6-2, in the Northwest Athletic Conference Championship tournament. This was the Warriors second loss and they are out of the tournament.
A five-run seventh inning proved to be the difference as Mount Hood topped Walla Walla, 6-3, in the Northwest Athletic Conference baseball tournament’s opening round on Thursday.