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Huskies fall on Singer’s late three

Huskies finish off dominating weekend at UW Invitational

Washington track and field athletes past and present shattered records Saturday, the final day of the UW Invitational, a two-day event that saw competitors post some of the best times and scores in the world so far this year.

Douglas seals UW’s perfect January with three-set win

An errant shot almost coaxed some emotion out of Jake Douglas on Saturday. But just as the eternally calm freshman from Rolling Hills, Calif., was going to fret another lost point in his second set against Eastern Washington’s Robert Dula, he slowly lowered his arms and reset his face back to neutral.

Golden Bears throttle Huskies in California

The Washington women’s basketball team has done one thing exceptionally well this season: Score points.

Women’s relay team highlights opening day of meet

Day one of the UW Invitational ended with a bang Friday night, as the Washington women’s distance medley relay (DMR) team most likely qualified for nationals with a time of 11:05.38.

Season-best performance lifts Huskies over No. 10 Beavers

The No. 17 Washington gymnastics team just wanted to improve on the road when it faced the No. 10 Oregon State Beavers in Corvallis, Ore., on Friday night. But the Huskies got even more than they bargained for.

Super Bowl for Dummies

Everything you need to know about Sunday's game, even if you don't know the difference between a football and a ballroom.

The meaning behind the mask-cot

Mascots are a visual rallying cry for every sports team. The professional football team in the other Washington has its unmentionable mascot, while we have our Seahawks. While the District of Columbia team may bicker about the origins of its offensive icon, Seattleites know the history of their emblem: It’s a cedarwood mask, and it’s currently on display on the UW campus.

A blessing and a Kearse

Before Jermaine Kearse was a Super Bowl champion — and on the receiving end of the 35-yard touchdown pass against the Green Bay Packers two weeks ago that sent his Seattle Seahawks back to the big game — he ran routes at Husky Stadium as one of the most prolific receivers in Washington football history.

Super connections

Former Huskies remember their appearances in the big game

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