Thuc Nhi Nguyen

Football notebook: Hudson, seniors say goodbye

After his final game at Husky Stadium, senior defensive end Andrew Hudson rushed into the media room short of breath with a big smile on his face and braids in his hair. Before going to interviews, he spent a couple of minutes on the field, one last time, under the lights of Husky Stadium, soaking everything in with fellow senior John Timu.

Football notebook: O-line, Williams rounding into shape

Even late in the season, nothing is settled for the Washington offensive line.

Video: Chris Petersen on Oregon State, Dwayne Washington, and the UW seniors

Head coach Chris Petersen talks to the media about the UW's home finale, the offensive line, and Dwayne Washington.

Video: Smith, Bhonapha, Strausser, Criste after practice

Offensive players and coaches met with the media to talk about the changing landscape on the offensive line, the progression in the running game, and playing Oregon State in the final home game of the season.

Video: Chris Petersen on Shaq Thompson, Cyler Miles, Arizona

Head coach Chris Petersen talks to the media about Shaq Thompson's return to defense, whether an "aha" moment is coming for Cyler Miles, and how the Huskies are preparing for Arizona.

Video: John Ross, Pete Kwiatkowski, Dante Pettis meet with the media

Players and coaches met with the media Tuesday to talk about the UW's game against Arizona and all of the position switching the Huskies have been trying recently. Defensive backs coach Jimmy Lake said he has been lobbying to turn wide receiver John Ross into a cornerback for almost an entire year, and now that he has the sophomore on his side, he's not planning to let him go.

Lukac, Shimizu claim singles titles at San Diego State Invitational

Although they came up short in doubles, Washington seniors Julija Lukac and Riko Shimizu will not be returning home from the UW women’s tennis team’s final fall tournament empty-handed.

Stewart, Raman, Farkas claim titles to end fall season

Despite playing in two different tournaments on opposite ends of the West Coast, the Washington men’s tennis team came away from each with the same results.

Stewart wins in three again, punches ticket to final

Despite coming to the Washington men’s tennis team less than two months ago as an aggressive baseliner, freshman Mitch Stewart used his new and improved net game to advance to his first collegiate final Saturday.

Shimizu, Lukac advance to singles, doubles finals

On a team full of veterans, it only seems fitting that the last members of the Washington women’s tennis team left in the main draws of the San Diego State Invitational are two of the squad’s seniors.