Huskies outplay nation’s top team en route to first spring victory

Maybe it’s a result of the increased urgency brought on by an approaching postseason. Or perhaps coach Mary Lou Mulflur deserves the credit after verbally expressing her disappointment three weeks ago.

Pac-12 softball power rankings

See where the Huskies stand in this week's Pac-12 softball power rankings.

Defense grabs the upper hand in Tuesday’s practice (with videos)

With just one week remaining in its spring practice schedule, time is of the essence for the Washington football team. The Huskies kicked off their final week of practice with a high-energy session Tuesday morning, complete with full pads, tackling, and even a bit of scoring.

This week in Husky history: safe at home

For the first year and a half of the program’s existence, the Washington softball team was a squad without a home.

Huskies rake in 14-3 rout of Northern Colorado

The No. 7 Washington baseball team (25-7-1, 12-3) rebounded from a tough loss against Stanford to annihilate Northern Colorado 14-3 Monday.

Pac-12 baseball power rankings

A new No. 1 team headlines our third 2014 installment of the Pac-12 power rankings.

UW in the lead in Napa after first day

After the opening day of the Silverado Invitational in Napa, Calif., the Washington women’s golf team is in the lead, one stroke ahead of its Pac-12 rival and the nation’s top-ranked team, USC. The Huskies led Monday after both rounds of the three-round, two-day tournament, shooting one stroke over par in the morning and 4-over in the afternoon. The final round takes place Tuesday.

Williams-Goss returning for sophomore season

Washington guard Nigel Williams-Goss told CSNNW.com on Monday that he would not enter the 2014 NBA Draft, and will return to Montlake for his sophomore year.

UW drops finale but takes series

Stanford (12-16, 4-8 Pac-12) topped the No. 9 Washington baseball team (24-7-1, 12-3) on Sunday 6-3 to avoid being swept for the third time this season.

Huskies seek national supremacy in Napa

At last weekend’s PING/ASU Invitational, the Washington women’s golf team tied for second in a field that included seven of the nation’s top-10 teams. In doing so, the team finally proved something head coach Mary Lou Mulflur had said all season: the Huskies can compete against any of the country’s top programs. This week, however, the UW’s goal will not be to merely establish their standing among the NCAA’s elite.

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