With season winding down, Huskies head to No. 11 Stanford

The No. 22 Washington gymnastics team is making its final push this year. With two away meets and one home meet left in the regular season, every score counts for the Huskies. They intend to keep that in mind Monday, when they take on No. 11 Stanford at Maples Pavilion in Stanford, Calif., at 7 p.m.

Pan, Pereira in top-10 after first round in Cabo

A strong first round by a pair of UW competitors has the No. 22 Washington men’s golf team in contention after day one of the Querencia Cabo Collegiate in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

UW handles Saint Mary’s to complete weekend split

After clinching the Washington men’s tennis team’s win against Saint Mary’s on Sunday at Nordstrom Tennis Center, Viktor Farkas couldn’t stop thinking about the match he couldn’t clinch.

Christian Welp, UW’s all-time leading scorer, dies at 51

Christian Welp, one of the most decorated players in UW men’s basketball history, has died. He was 51.

Huskies win decisively in Santa Clara

The Washington softball team completed its weekend at the Santa Clara Invitational with two more convincing victories Sunday, defeating both Howard and Santa Clara by a score of 10-1.

Freshman Bremer nearly perfect in series-finale win

Noah Bremer showed no signs of rust in his third start in a week for the Washington baseball team.

Lackluster effort sees short-handed Huskies fall to Trojans

After a week that went from bad to worse in a hurry, the Washington men’s basketball team looked all the worse for the wear Saturday night.

Pitching boosts Huskies in Santa Clara

The Washington softball team has put up stellar offensive numbers to begin the 2015 season, but it was its pitching that stole the show in Santa Clara, Calif., on Saturday.

Lightning strikes again as Yorks breaks record

Izaic Yorks continued his spectacular season and etched his name in Washington track and field history Saturday at the MPSF Indoor Championships when he set the UW record in the men’s mile with a time of 3:57.81.

Power surge in opener leads to double-header sweep

After a disappointing loss Friday, the Washington baseball team busted out its bats Saturday.

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