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Tristan Etienne leaves UW basketball program

Incoming freshman Tristan Etienne has left the UW men’s basketball program but is currently enrolled in classes at the university and will remain a student at least through fall quarter, the team announced in a statement today.

UW legend Bob Houbregs dies

Washington basketball lost one of its greats Wednesday when legendary former-Husky Bob Houbregs passed away at the age of 82.

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.

Desmond Simmons to transfer

After the Washington men’s basketball team was eliminated from the Pac-12 tournament on March 12, forward Desmond Simmons walked off the court holding a towel over his head with his lips pursed in frustration. It was a fitting image to sum up the UW’s lackluster season that ended without a postseason tournament, and it will also be the final image of Simmons’ UW career as he posted a similar photo on his Instagram account Friday night, announcing his intention to transfer from the UW and thanking fans for the support over the past four years.

Empty handed

Late-game struggles leave UW’s NIT hopes in doubt

Far from the favorites

Underdog Huskies enter Pac-12 tournament

Wilcox, Williams-Goss get all-conference honors

After five years in college basketball, C.J. Wilcox says nothing surprises him anymore about it. So he said that when he checked Twitter on Monday morning after getting an inordinate number of mentions, he wasn’t surprised when he found out that he missed the All-Pac-12 first team.

Video: Romar, Williams-Goss, and Wilcox preview Pac-12 tournament

Senior C.J. Wilcox, head coach Lorenzo Romar, and freshman Nigel Williams-Goss talk to the media about the UW's upcoming trip to Las Vegas for the Pac-12 tournament, their reactions to the all-conference honors for Wilcox and Williams-Goss, and what they're preparing to do to make a run toward in the tournament.

Husky highlights show: USC and UCLA

The Huskies had a 1-1 homestand against the Los Angeles schools, dropping their game against UCLA 91-82 and defeating USC 82-75. C.J. Wilcox had 24 points against the Trojans in his last game at Hec Ed Pavilion, while Andrew Andrews contributed 19 points. With the win against USC, the UW was able to bring its conference record to 9-9.

Huskies grab victory on Senior Day with second-half spurt

Almost an hour after the final horn sounded Saturday evening on the Washington men's basketball team's win over USC, C.J. Wilcox was still in his jersey. He posed for photos with fans and signed autographs. After he finished with the fans, he stuck around, sitting in the stands at Hec Edmundson Pavilion with his family and friends for just a little while longer. Even after walking up the stairs toward the exit, he waited with his five-year-old brother by his side. He shared a hug with his mother.