Recap the weekend in UW Athletics with all of The Daily's coverage from the past few days.
The No. 16 Washington men’s soccer team went into Sunday’s game against Seattle U looking to get its revenge on the team that eliminated it in the first round of last year’s NCAA Tournament. However, in front of a crowd of 2,994 people, the Huskies could not pull out a goal, much less a win …
The No. 11 Washington football team improved to 3-1 on the season with a 27-20 win over Arizona State. The final score depicts a matchup that was perhaps a bit closer than the game actually was, but the UW never really came close to putting ASU away.
For the third time in three meetings, the No. 13 Washington volleyball team went to five sets against Oregon State. Unlike last season, where the Huskies (10-2, 2-0 Pac-12) picked up two 3-2 losses against the Beavers (10-4, 0-2 Pac-12), Washington stormed over OSU with three straight sets (…
Coming into the matchup against the Arizona State it was expected to be a strength versus strength matchup for the No. 10 Washington football team. ASU’s being Manny Wilkins and the passing game against the dominant UW secondary.
It didn’t exactly get off to an auspicious start, the No. 10 Washington football team’s 27-20 win over Arizona State.
In its first Pac-12 home game of the season, the No. 10 Washington Huskies came out with a 27-20 win over Arizona State to put the Huskies at 3-1 overall, and 2-0 on the season in Pac-12 play.
The No. 16 Washington men’s soccer team is in the midst of a relaxing part of its schedule. After a grueling opening section of their schedule with three multi-game weeks and three games against ranked teams, the Huskies are currently enjoying a nine-day break from game action.
After a solid opening at the Sundodger Invitational last Sunday, the No. 26 Washington men’s cross country team finished as the runners up in the Battle in Beantown, the first major competition of the season in Boston.
There are only three seniors are on this Washington women’s soccer team, and Pascale Dumesnil is the only starter among the trio. Although she is not a captain, the forward feels she and the other seniors can still offer leadership to the rest of the team.
Coming off a road win against Utah, the No.10 Washington football team returns to Montlake for its Pac-12 home opener against Arizona State. Get acquainted with the Sun Devils before the Week four contest with a few facts and figures below.
There’s a good thing going in the defensive backs room on Montlake. UW defensive coordinator Jimmy Lake’s crew of DBs over the past few years has turned into one of the premier units in the country, and the current wave of secondary stars for the Huskies has been one of the best yet.
The No. 10 Washington football team will take the field at Husky Stadium for its first home conference game of the season Saturday night at 7:30 against Arizona State. In preparation for the matchup, we took the chance to have some of our questions about the Sun Devils answered by Sebastian …
Like so many of its matches already this season, it was a game of two distinct halves for the No. 13 Washington volleyball team as they battled No. 22 Washington State to begin Pac-12 play.
As autumn quarter kicks off at the UW, the west end zone at Husky Stadium is expected to return to full capacity. Here’s everything the Dawg Pack should know before watching the UW takes on Arizona State.
At times, it has been brilliant. Quarterback Jake Browning has looked stellar, throwing deep balls with precision to a diverse group of wideouts that have made one-handed and acrobatic grabs. Myles Gaskin and the running game has gotten going on early downs to pace an offense that’s at times…
For over half a decade, the Husky Marching Band has welcomed high school bands to take the field at halftime of a Washington football game to perform for thousands of UW fans. This year, 34 high school bands will join the HMB for the 66th Annual Band Day.
Coming into this season, it was expected that Myles Gaskin and the rest of the rest of the running backs would have a significant impact and be the strength of the Washington offense. That has been a mixed bag through the first three games of the season.
Seven Pac-12 teams are ranked in the top 25 by the AVCA, with three more receiving votes. It’s one of the toughest conferences in college volleyball, and the No. 13 Washington volleyball team will be thrown right into the fire in a rivalry matchup against No. 22 Washington State on Thursday …
The Washington women’s soccer team has had its ups and downs early this season and the scoring has come in bursts. Sophomore Mireya Grey has an opportunity to provide scoring chances for the Huskies.
The No. 10 Washington football team had to go back into a hostile environment Saturday, but got the job done, beating Utah 21-7 to open up Pac-12 play with a win.
In the past few years, no team has played Washington closer than Utah. The Huskies (1-1) and Utes (2-0) will kick off from Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City at 7 p.m. PST Saturday. Before they do, here’s the Daily’s quick primer on Utah:
The No. 9 Washington men’s soccer team was on an absolute roll heading into its game against No. 20 Portland, but on Friday night, the Huskies were shut out for the first time since an October 8 loss to UCLA last season, falling to the Pilots 1-0.
The No. 9 Washington men’s soccer team has started the 2018 season 5-1, and is enjoying its highest level of early-season success in the past few years. However, the Huskies are a hobbled group, with numerous players nursing injuries and at various stages of recovery.
In Chris Petersen’s five years at Washington, no opponent has given the Huskies more fits than the Utes. In his three matchups with Utah (2-0) so far as head coach of Washington, all were tied or within one point of another at some point in the fourth quarter.
The No. 13 Washington volleyball will wrap up non-conference play at the Boise State classic, kicking off against hosts Boise State Thursday at 6:30 p.m., with a doubleheader on Friday playing Cal State Northridge at 8:30 a.m. and Sacramento State at 4:00 p.m.
Washington men’s basketball will go into the 2018-19 season with aspirations of making the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2011, but they will first have to survive a grueling nonconference schedule.
Before the No. 10 Washington football team takes the field Saturday in Salt Lake City, we had the chance to ask Zach Janis, the Sports Editor at the Daily Utah Chronicle, some questions about the Utah Utes.
Punting in football is a matter of style. After generations of the traditional, step-plant-kick style still favored in the pros, college football has seen a wave of Australian invasion, with ex-Aussie rules players bringing in different ways to put slice and spin on the ball.
Coming into its game against No. 14 Akron, the No. 23 Washington men’s soccer team was riding a nice little two-game winning streak characterized by dominant first halves. On Sunday, the Huskies got off to yet another commanding start in the opening half and got the goals they needed to take…
It was a tale of two halves for the Washington women’s soccer team, but a late game rally gave the Huskies a 2-1 victory over Utah Valley.
In the inaugural race of the Powells’ tenure in charge of the Washington cross country team, the Huskies gave their new coaches exactly what they were looking for.
The No. 12 Washington volleyball team bookended its weekend with hard-fought wins, overtaking Dayton in a close five-set match (25-19, 27-25, 24-26, 25-23), falling in a sweep to No. 13 Pittsburgh (18-25, 13-25, 17-25), and finishing off Kennesaw State in three straight after a first set los…
The final score was 45-3. The Washington defense kept FCS North Dakota out of the end zone for 60 minutes. It was another good day for the UW receivers, and the pass rush had a dominant showing after a tough game last week.
On two separate occasions, junior safety Taylor Rapp came up big for the Washington defense on the edge. While he normally lines up 15 yards from the line of scrimmage, Rapp led No. 9 Washington with two sacks in a 45-3 victory over North Dakota.
On a rainy Friday night, the No. 23 Washington men’s soccer team had a bit of trouble gaining its footing early on in its contest against Cal State Northridge. But the Huskies quickly found their groove and scored a couple first half goals, which is all they would need to improve to 2-0 at h…
After playing maybe the toughest game of its regular season slate against No. 7 Auburn last week, the No. 9 Washington football team returns to Montlake for its home opener against FCS opponent North Dakota. Familiarize yourself with the Fighting Hawks before the Week 2 matchup with a few fa…
After a summer of shakeups following the dismissal and subsequent allegations against former head coach Greg Metcalf, newly appointed director of track and field operations Maurica Powell and head coach Andy Powell are preparing to embark on their first season in charge of the program. The w…