Less than one month after Oklahoma and Texas announced their intentions to join the Southeastern Conference, three of the biggest conferences in college athletics pushed back with an announcement of their own.
Washington athletic director Jennifer Cohen announced Friday that the UW's beach volleyball program would be welcoming its fourth head coach since its 2014 debut in former acting and interim Cal head coach, Derek Olson. At Cal, Olson led the …
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Following the NCAA Division I Board of Directors' guidance approval to allow student-athletes to compensate on their name, image, and likeness (NIL), the UW Athletic Department unveiled plans to support its student-athletes in business endeavors.
The Washington beach volleyball team battled on day two of the Pac-12 championships, but fell short against Arizona State Friday morning, ending the day and the tournament with a tight 3-2 loss.
With the brunt of its 2020 season cancelled, the Washington beach volleyball team returned to Los Angeles looking to close out the season on a high note, just over a month after the conference season began.
After finishing the Husky Invitational in second place Saturday afternoon, the Washington beach volleyball team returned to action Sunday at Alki Beach Park for the third day in a row.
Play continued today for the Washington beach volleyball team at a nice and sunny Alki Beach, where it managed to defeat Oregon and Portland before falling to No. 15 Hawaii in the championship game.
The Washington beach volleyball team rebounded from a rough performance in Phoenix last weekend, returning home Friday to finish 2-1 overall on the first day of the Husky invitational at Alki Beach Park in Seattle. The Huskies (3-8, 0-5 Pac-12) only fell once, ending 4-1 to No.15 Hawaii.
After winning just one match during day one of the Pac-12 North Invitational, the Washington beach volleyball team was looking to bounce back on the second day of the tournament, though they again faced tough competition in No. 1 UCLA and Arizona State.
With tough competitors No. 2 USC and No. 12 Arizona awaiting the Washington beach volleyball team on the first day of the Pac-12 North Invitational in Phoenix, Arizona, the UW was looking to ride some recent momentum.