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Notes and quotes from Petersen’s Monday press conference

Washington head coach Chris Petersen met with the media Monday in his weekly press conference to wrap up the Illinois game, the most impressive performance from his team thus far in the season, and begin preparations for the UW’s last nonconference game.

Player press conference videos from Monday, September 15: Mickens, Thompson, Kikaha, Miles

Four Washington football players spoke to the media at Chris Petersen's weekly press conference on Monday. They looked back on the UW's big win over Illinois last Saturday and forward to the Huskies' matchup with Georgia State this weekend.

Softli’s two goals lead Huskies over Hurricanes

The Washington women’s soccer team (5-2-0) never lets one game define the next. No matter how disheartening the previous game has been, the Huskies find a way to rally.

Late goals give Huskies second straight victory

Two goals in the final five minutes broke open a 1-1 tie as the Washington men’s soccer team defeated the University of Pennsylvania Quakers 3-1 Sunday afternoon at Husky Soccer Stadium.

In limited touches, John Ross impresses again

Another game, another long touchdown pass to John Ross.

Huskies learn from mistakes, roll over Fighting Illini

Last Saturday, the Washington football team jumped out to an early three-score lead, but failed to put Eastern Washington away, eventually holding on to a 59-52 win that raised some questions about the UW defense.

Postgame videos: Petersen, Thompson, Ross, and more

Washington got going early and never looked back Saturday, beating Illinois 44-19 at Husky Stadium. Afterwards, numerous UW players and coaches met with the media to talk about the game. Here's what they said.

Huskies extend winning streak to nine with two more sweeps

Sixteen. That’s the number of sets that the Washington women’s volleyball team has won in a row after completing two three-set sweeps Friday at Alaska Airlines Arena.

Huskies undone by two second-half goals

Coming out with energy wasn’t the problem for the Washington women’s soccer team (4-2-0) Friday evening in Portland, Ore. The problem was sustaining that energy.

The Huskies sought to start their weekend off with a win over San Diego State (3-1-1) but were left sorely disappointed when they could not hang on through the full 90 minutes. Despite taking an early 1-0 lead, the Huskies faltered and allowed two Aztec goals, losing 2-1.

Washington bounces back from early deficit to beat Connecticut

After an early mishap put the Washington men’s soccer team in a hole on Friday night, sophomore forward Mason Robertson scored two first-half goals to give the UW the lead, and the Huskies went on to defeat the Connecticut Huskies 3-1 at Husky Soccer Stadium.