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Washington to host struggling but dangerous Trojans

The No. 4 Washington volleyball team (13-0, 2-0 in Pac-12) faces its toughest challenge of the young Pac-12 season when it takes on the scuffling, but talented, No. 19 USC Trojans (7-5, 0-2 in Pac-12) at Alaska Airlines Arena this Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.

Pac-12 power rankings: volleyball

See how volleyball beat writer Brent Parker ranks the teams of the Pac-12.

Douglas-Miron bounced in first round at All-American Championships

To open the season for the Washington women’s tennis team Tuesday, junior Elianne Douglas-Miron lost to Virginia’s Stephanie Nauta, 7-5, 6-2, in the first qualifying round at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-American Championships.

Huskies bounce back on final day in Pullman

Heading into the final round of the Itani Quality Homes Invitational in Pullman on Tuesday morning, the Washington men’s golf team found itself 19 strokes behind leader Oregon, good enough for ninth place in the 10-team field.

Douglas-Miron to test her talents against nation’s best

The Intercollegiate Tennis Association All-American Championships is one of three individual grand slams in college tennis, reserved for the nation’s top talent. This week, junior Elianne Douglas-Miron is in that group.

Pac-12 power rankings: football

See how UW Daily football beat writer Daniel Rubens ranks the teams of the Pac-12.

Huskies near the bottom after day one in Pullman

Despite being at even-par after two rounds at the Itani Quality Homes Invitational in Pullman on Monday, the Washington men’s golf team finds itself well off the pace set by its Pac-12 competition.

Egger loses first match, wins in consolation bracket at All-American championships

When Emmett Egger joined the Washington men’s tennis team, he did so as a prized recruit, one of the best in the nation for his class. He was plenty dangerous on the court already, but over the past eight months, his coaches have worked on some specific changes to the senior’s game to make him even better.

Video: Chris Petersen's Monday press conference

After suffering its first loss of the season Sunday, the Washington football team did not practice Monday at the beginning of its bye week. Chris Petersen met with the media at his weekly press conference and extensively discussed sophomore quarterback Cyler Miles, the UW's defensive performance Sunday, and the upcoming bye week, among other topics.

Huskies head across state for second tournament

Without two of its top performers last week, the Washington men’s golf team saw its streak of three-straight season-opening victories at the Kikkor Golf Husky Invitational come to an end.