The Washington women’s tennis team finished the Saint Mary’s Invitational on Sunday with a doubles title from senior Natalie Allen and junior Sophia Bott and two players in the singles semifinals, and two more in the finals. Rain canceled most of the final matches of the weekend, but head coach Robin Stephenson was pleased with how her team handled the delays in the shortened tournament.
No one has ever made setting a school record look quite as mundane as senior outside linebacker Hau’oli Kikaha. After becoming the UW's all-time leader in sacks, increasing his career total to 31.5, on Saturday, the senior pouted his lips, shrugged his massive shoulders, and shook his head.
The Washington football team lost its second straight game, this time losing to Arizona State 24-10. After the game, head coach Chris Petersen, linebackers Shaq Thompson, Hau'oli Kikaha, and John Timu, quarterback Troy Williams, and running back Deontae Cooper met with the media.
A team retreat helped new Washington women’s tennis head coach Robin Stephenson learn about her players off the court. Together, they did a ropes course, discussed their future goals and past challenges, and prepared for the season ahead. Now with every passing tournament, the first-year head coach is trying to learn more about her players on the court.
Upon arriving in Seattle from Japan, Miki Kobayashi saw the UW’s big campus and thought she would need a bike. But the freshman’s teammates on the Washington women’s tennis team advised her against it, and she heeded their advice.