While it may have likely been the end of an uncomfortable season in many ways beyond the court, the No. 11 Washington women’s basketball team demonstrated a sturdy foundation for a promising future in its 58-46 loss to No. 3 UCLA in the Pac-12 tournament Thursday night.
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The 11th-seeded Washington Women’s basketball team fell to No. 3 UCLA in the second round of the Pac-12 Tournament Thursday night in Las Vegas, ending the UW’s exciting run. The Huskies put up a strong fight against the Bruins keeping the game close until the final minutes of the fourth quar…
For the second time in the past three years, the Washington women’s basketball team upset their first-round opponents at the Pac-12 Tournament.
The postseason has arrived for the Washington Women’s basketball team as they take on Colorado in the opening round of the Pac-12 Tournament. The 11th-seeded Huskies will face a familiar foe in the sixth-seeded Buffaloes as they open up tournament play Wednesday.
It was a tale of two halves offensively, for the Washington Women's basketball team as they fell to Washington State 61-52 After a strong first half the Huskies were unable to keep up with the Cougars in the second half.
The Washington women’s basketball team has reached the final weekend of the season as it takes on Washington State in the second meeting of the women’s basketball Apple Cup. The Huskies (6-12, 3-12 Pac-12) travel to Pullman in hopes to avenge their early season loss to the Cougars (10-10, 8-…
Down five points with just over two minutes remaining in the game, UW freshman guard Tameiya Sadler found herself trapped beyond the three-point line, the shot-clock running down.
With under a minute remaining in the first half, junior forward Haley Van Dyke found herself trapped between two Utah defenders. With the shot-clock running down, she turned and found Alexis Griggsby, hands ready, waiting on the perimeter.
The Washington women’s basketball team will be back in Seattle this weekend taking on Utah and Colorado. Defense will be the key for the Huskies as they take on the mountain schools for the second time this season.
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Junior guard Jamal Bey loses control of the ball in Washington's matchup against Arizona at Alaska Airlines Arena on December 31, 2020. The Huskies's offense couldn't get anything done in the team's 80-53 loss.
Jamal Bey shoots the ball during Washington's game against Seattle U on December 9, 2020. The Huskies take on Arizona on New Year's Eve.
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