Huskies open season strong against in-state rival

The No. 6 Washington men’s soccer team came out of the gates firing Friday night, combining a strong offensive start with a dominating defensive effort in a 4-0 victory over in-state rival Gonzaga.

Huskies dominate Portland State to open season

The result was never in question Friday night, as the No. 4 Washington volleyball team (1-0) kicked off its 2014 campaign in dominant fashion, sweeping the Portland State Vikings (0-1) three sets to none in Boise, Idaho in the opening game of the Northwest Challenge. Thirteen of the 15 players on the roster made appearances Friday, including six freshmen.

Huskies hold off La Salle for first road win

The Washington women’s soccer team knew it wouldn’t be easy to beat the La Salle Explorers on their home field. La Salle’s turf is narrower and more compressed than the UW’s home field.

Petersen era set to begin in Hawaii

After all the talk, the stories, the suspensions, the dismissals, the position battles, and the rest of the drama, it’s finally time for football.

Huskies hit the road for tough first trip

Lesle Gallimore doesn’t mince words. The Washington women’s soccer coach certainly didn’t when discussing the UW’s upcoming games in Pennsylvania this weekend.

Huskies open 2014 with Northwest Challenge

Efficient and dominant. Quick and decisive. Half of the Washington women’s volleyball team’s wins last season were of the three-to-zero set variety, but it was the Huskies who were on the wrong side of a three-to-zero set sweep at the NCAA Final Four last season.

Player to watch: James Atoe relishes starting, leadership position on offensive line

James Atoe’s unruly black hair, partially contained under his white headband, brushes the ceiling of the Husky Stadium media work room. The 6-foot-7, 375-pound right guard bends down to listen to a reporter’s question, then straightens back up, towering over everyone in the room full of media members and teammates.

Huskies hopes set high as they open 2014 season

Coming off a Pac-12 regular season championship and the program’s first Elite Eight appearance, the Washington men’s soccer team has its eyes set on even bigger goals this season, including a Final Four appearance.

Player to Watch: Cameron Van Winkle is healthy and ready for his chance

With so much speculation regarding the quarterback and running back battles in fall camp, a few of Washington’s other position battles have gone under the radar, including those that have carried almost as much intrigue as those backfield spots.

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