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Huskies underwhelm, but beat Pacific for 3-0 start

The Washington men’s basketball team won its third consecutive game to start the season, taking down the Pacific Tigers 76-69 in the Marv Harshman Classic at KeyArena on Sunday.

Richey saves the day for Huskies in shootout

After 120 minutes of intense, hard-fought action during Sunday night’s NCAA soccer tournament second round contest at Husky Soccer Stadium, all eyes were on Spencer Richey.

Huskies fall to Cardinal in Sweet Sixteen

The Washington women’s soccer team’s season came to a close Sunday afternoon in a 1-0 loss to Stanford in Palo Alto, Calif., in the third round of the NCAA tournament.

Wade’s big day powers Huskies over Sun Devils

Midway through the first set of its matchup with No. 22 Arizona State on Sunday, the Washington indoor volleyball team trailed 16-14 after dropping seven of 10 points to the Sun Devils. The Huskies won two points to tie the set back at 16, then allowed one more point to ASU, falling behind 17-16.

Huskies crown three All-Americans at nationals

The Washington cross country teams walked away from the NCAA national championships with three runners receiving All-American honors on Saturday.

Postgame videos: Players and Chris Petersen on Saturday's win over Oregon State

The Washington football team clinched a bowl berth with its seventh win of the season Saturday, beating Oregon State 37-13 as they honored 19 seniors under the lights at Husky Stadium. It was one of the most complete performances of the season for the Huskies: They started fast, slowed down Oregon State, got big plays from the offense, and played with energy for 60 minutes. After the win, Chris Petersen and players met with the media, mostly talking about the energy and sending the seniors out with a win in their final game at Husky Stadium.


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Football notebook: Hudson, seniors say goodbye

After his final game at Husky Stadium, senior defensive end Andrew Hudson rushed into the media room short of breath with a big smile on his face and braids in his hair. Before going to interviews, he spent a couple of minutes on the field, one last time, under the lights of Husky Stadium, soaking everything in with fellow senior John Timu.

Huskies end home skid, secure bowl eligibility

It had been over two months since the Washington football faithful left Husky Stadium happy, and with a UW win in the books.

Keever’s golden goal propels Huskies to Sweet Sixteen

Sixty three seconds into the first overtime period against the Missouri Tigers, Washington women’s soccer freshman forward Kimberly Keever ended her 10-game scoring drought. Her timing couldn’t have been better.

Huskies overcome poor first half to beat Redhawks

For six straight seasons, the Washington men’s basketball team had reigned supreme over its crosstown rivals from Seattle University.

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