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UW shut out in pitcher's duel

It’s not often that a game is decided on a fielding miscue in the middle innings, but in a one-run contest, it is often the little things that make all the difference.

Huskies desperate as Pac-12 tournament begins

Emmett Egger is thinking about the NCAA tournament. His whole team is.

Pac-12 softball power rankings

See where the UW ranks this week in our Pac-12 softball power rankings.

Hungry Huskies to face Seattle University

After winning its seventh straight series, and outscoring opponents 215-137 over the first half of the season, there’s no doubt that the No. 7 Washington baseball team (27-8-1, 14-4 Pac-12) is one of the best in the nation. With that being said, however, even the elite can be vanquished.

Pac-12 baseball power rankings

It was a quiet week at the top of the Pac-12 standings, as Oregon State had a week off, and the rest of the teams in the top five played as expected. The UW took two of three against Cal, Oregon swept Washington State, Arizona State went 2-2, and UCLA won two of three against Utah.

This week in Husky history: Draft domination

While the likes of Ohio State, Alabama, and Notre Dame often lead the way in producing NFL draft picks, it was Washington that took center stage at the 1998 NFL Draft on April 18 and 19.

Golden Bears steamroll Brigham, but Huskies win series

Washington starting pitcher Jeff Brigham didn’t have his best stuff against California on Saturday. The Federal Way, Wash., native allowed five runs on eight hits in Saturday’s 7-1 loss to the Golden Bears in Berkeley, Calif., in only 4 1/3 innings of work.

Huskies finish busy weekend strong

In what was arguably its busiest weekend of the outdoor season to date, the Washington track and field team, split between two tournaments in two states, continued to build upon the success it has had so far this season with a number of quality performances.

Hawke, Manthou seal Senior Day victory

The mismatched socks Jeff Hawke wore Saturday were for Max Manthou. The match he won was too.

Mother Nature rains on UW’s Spring Game parade

Washington football’s “Spring Preview” felt a lot more like a typical October Saturday than an April one.

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