With 10 seconds remaining, the Washington women’s basketball team needed a 3-pointer to send the game into overtime. The Huskies (7-23, 1-17 Pac-12) got the ball in Amber Melgoza’s hands.
The Washington women’s basketball team is scheduled to play California at 2 p.m. Thursday for the opening round of the Pac-12 tournament. All tournament games will be played at Key Arena.
As the last person introduced in the starting line-up, senior guard Jenna Moser came out wearing the No. 20 jersey of her fellow senior Kelli Kingma, who had retired due to injuries before the 2017-18 season.
Sophomore Amber Melgoza turned in the best performance by a Pac-12 women’s basketball player, reaching 40 points for the first time in her career, but it ultimately wasn’t enough for the Washington women’s basketball team, as the Huskies (7-21, 1-16 Pac-12) lost to No. 16 Stanford 86-79.
For walk-on players, a coaching change can be worrisome. Senior guards Jenna Moser and Mackenzie Wieburg had played approximately 164 minutes combined across several seasons with the team, and there wasn’t a large amount of film or information on how they would fare in a more featured role.
For the second matchup of the weekend, the Washington women’s basketball team will take on California in what will be the last Pac-12 game of the regular season.
The Washington women’s basketball team’s last game at Utah was an extreme microcosm of the season. Offensively, the Huskies sputtered throughout, shooting 26 percent from the field, their worst mark of the season.
Long the undisputed powerhouse of the Pac-12, No. 14 Stanford is still a force to be reckoned with in the west. The Cardinal (19-9, 13-3 Pac-12) may not be quite the national powerhouse it was earlier in the decade, but head coach Tara VanDerveer’s squad has proven they can beat any team in …
Unlike than the men, who probably have more parity than even they would like, women’s basketball in the Pac-12 is fairly top-heavy. And with just two or three games left, only four teams have a shot at a regular season title.
For its final regular season roadtrip, the Washington women’s basketball team will be matched up again with Colorado and Utah. The games are Friday at 6 p.m. and Sunday at 1 p.m., respectively.
Several weeks ago in Corvallis, Oregon, the Washington women’s basketball team battled out to a one-point lead after the first quarter. No. 16 Oregon State made sure that the outcome was not in doubt this time around.
Before the calendar turned to 2018, the Washington women’s basketball team went on the road and showed toughness and resolve in losses to Oregon State and Oregon.
Scrimmages before this season were a stark contrast to the ones from last year for sophomore guard Amber Melgoza. Now the Washington women’s basketball team was looking to her to be one of the primary scorers.
Head coach Jody Wynn and her husband, associated head coach Derek Wynn, have come to Washington after eight seasons at Long Beach State. They brought their two assistants, Paul Reed and former Washington captain Michelle Augustavo, as well as their two daughters, Jada and Kaeli.
This Sunday sees the Washington women’s basketball team welcome No. 16 Oregon State to Montlake. The Beavers (16-6, 7-4 Pac-12) come in having won six of their past eight games, including impressive double-digit wins against Arizona, Colorado, and No. 25 California. They also defeated No. 6 …
So far, the No. 9 Oregon women’s basketball team’s 2018 season can be described as simply offensive — that is, all offense, all the time. The Ducks (21-4, 10-2 Pac-12) come to Seattle sitting at the top of the Pac-12, and bring one of the best scoring attacks in America.
The Washington women’s basketball team quickly built a double-digit lead early, but the Huskies (7-16, 1-11 Pac-12) couldn’t hold on to it.
The offense was just not there for the Washington women’s basketball team in Tempe, Arizona. In their 61-41 loss to Arizona State, the Huskies (7-15, 1-10 Pac-12) set a new season-low in points and made field goals (16).
The Washington women’s basketball team will fly out to play the two Arizona schools this weekend. Up first is a Friday matchup against No. 25 Arizona State at 7 p.m., followed by a Sunday game at 11 a.m. versus Arizona.
With the crowd at Alaska Airlines Arena coming to life, USC’s senior guard Sadie Edwards canned a three from the corner. As she jogged back on defense, she put her index finger to her lips, shushing the crowd.
For 30 minutes, the Washington women’s basketball team went toe-to-toe with No. 13 UCLA, powered by a lights-out performance from long range. In the end, though, the Bruins (16-4, 7-2 Pac-12) finally subdued the Huskies (7-13, 1-8 Pac-12) and ran away with an 86-69 win.
It took eight games for the Washington women’s basketball team to put it all together for their first Pac-12 win. The Huskies (7-12, 1-7 Pac-12) are hoping the second will not take as long to attain, but face a challenge in No. 13 UCLA and USC.
The second matchup of the weekend will see USC face Washington on Sunday. The Trojans (13-6, 3-5 Pac-12) played well throughout the non-conference schedule, ending at 10-1. However, since the start of the Pac-12 season, they have been streaky. The season started off with a three-game skid to…
This weekend will see the Washington women’s basketball team host the LA schools, starting with No. 13 UCLA. The Bruins (15-4, 6-2 Pac-12) have played well throughout the season, only dropping games against No. 1 Connecticut, No. 24 Oklahoma State, Stanford, and No. 7 Oregon, and enter the g…
Soon after Jody Wynn was named the Washington women’s basketball head coach, she made phone calls to a few of the high school seniors she had recruited to play at Long Beach State.
The relief and excitement was evident as the eight remaining healthy players on the Washington women’s basketball team and their coaches jumped and hugged when the final buzzer sounded.
The Washington women’s basketball team went over to Pullman to face Washington State and fell in a heartbreaker to the Cougars in overtime by a score of 78-75. The loss extends the team’s losing streak to seven games and moves its overall record to 6-12 and 0-7 in Pac-12 play.
The Washington women’s basketball team will play a home-and-home series this week against Washington State. The UW will start out on the road in Pullman, Washington Wednesday at 7 p.m., then both teams will come to Alaska Airlines Arena Sunday for a 1 p.m. tip-off.
The Washington women’s basketball team wrapped up its weekend with a road matchup at Stanford, and after a physical battle in a loss to Cal, a tough day on offense and Stanford’s size spelled a loss for the Huskies (6-11, 0-6 Pac-12) on the Farm to the tune of 71-45.
The Washington women’s basketball knew exactly what a big California team wanted to do on offense:, throw it into the paint. Tactically, its tried almost everything, switching between a 3-2 and 2-3 zone, going to man-to-man, pressing when its could.
Through the first two weekends of conference play, sophomore guard Amber Melgoza is the Pac-12’s No. 1 scorer with 24.8 points per conference game.
An energized and invigorated Washington women’s basketball team took the floor against Colorado and took control in the first quarter. The Huskies (6-9, 0-4 Pac-12) raced out to a double digit lead on their defensive intensity and sophomore guard Amber Melgoza’s scoring ability.
Walking into the huddle at the first quarter media timeout, the Washington women’s basketball team was where it needed to be, only down two and battling. But in the four minutes that followed, the Huskies (6-8, 0-3 Pac-12) watched their shots miss the mark, and watched Utah jump out to a 31-…
This week the Washington women’s basketball team is back at Alaska Airlines Arena, hosting Utah on Friday at 6 p.m. and Colorado on Sunday at 2 p.m.
The first quarter was one to forget for the Washington women’s basketball team. The Huskies (6-6) were outscored 27-10 in the period, and fell to Oregon 94-83.
Up against the reigning Pac-12 champion, the Washington women’s basketball team came out as the aggressors, surprising No. 17 Oregon State with its pressure defense.
A five-minute scoreless stretch from the Washington women’s basketball team to open the fourth quarter allowed Seattle University to close an 11-point deficit. However the Huskies (6-5) regrouped in the overtime period for an 84-76 win.
To close its nonconference schedule, the Washington women’s basketball team plays Seattle University at Alaska Airlines Arena Wednesday at 7 p.m. The Huskies (5-5) will look to get over .500 before Pac-12 play, which as of Dec. 18, features four ranked teams.
The Washington women’s basketball team fought hard on the defensive end, but North Carolina simply had a great shooting day. The Tar Heels (9-2) shot 58.2 percent from the field and beat the Huskies 90-78.
The Washington women’s basketball team will travel across the country to play North Carolina this Sunday on a neutral court in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, in the Beach Ball Classic. Tip off is set for 1 p.m.