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Huskies spoil former coach’s return in rout of Yale

Sunday night marked a homecoming for a former longtime Washington women’s basketball coach and a pair of Seattle-area high school standouts at Alaska Airlines Arena.

Plum dominates again as Huskies earn first victory

After scoring a school-record 45 points in the first game of the season against Oklahoma, it would be hard to think sophomore guard Kelsey Plum would be able to top her season opening performance.

Huskies return home after season-opening loss

The Washington women’s basketball team is hoping to move past its season-opening loss to Oklahoma, and the Huskies will have to do so against another NCAA tournament team when they host the South Dakota Coyotes at 7 p.m. Thursday at Alaska Airlines Arena.

Plum sets scoring record but Huskies fall in season opener

Sophomore guard Kelsey Plum poured in a school-record 45 points but the Washington women's basketball team was never able to climb back from a 16-point halftime deficit as it lost its season opener to the Oklahoma Sooners 90-80 on Friday night in Norman, Okla.

Huskies open season against marquee opponent

Instead of opening the season against a weaker cupcake nonconference opponent to start the year, the Washington women’s basketball team will put itself to the test against an opponent that is familiar with NCAA tournament success when it travels to Norman, Okla., to face the Oklahoma Sooners on Friday at 5 p.m.

Huskies come up short at UTEP

When Jazmine Davis misses four free throws in a row, there’s usually an outside factor having an effect on her shot. Monday night, that factor was more than 10,000 fans in orange shirts screaming at her.

Huskies fight their way into WNIT Elite Eight

Just before the start of spring break, the Washington women’s basketball team was defeated in the first round of the Pac-12 tournament. The loss ended their NCAA tournament hopes, but that didn’t mean the Huskies weren’t motivated for the postseason.

Huskies beat San Diego to advance to WNIT Elite Eight

Mercedes Wetmore gave her coach a giant hug after the clock hit triple zeroes Wednesday night. She had already become Washington's all-time leader in games played, but the senior was ecstatic to extend her record by at least one more.

Huskies rally past Ducks to advance in WNIT

It was happening again. Late in the first half, Oregon was on pace for more than 100 points and another convincing home victory over the Washington women's basketball team.

Plum, Davis lead Huskies to WNIT win

Although they are not playing in their preferred tournament, the Huskies put on a show at Hec Edmundson Pavilion to start the postseason.