The Washington women’s basketball team is still coping with the reality that Pac-12 competition is and will continue to be brutal.
The Washington women’s basketball program was looking for a turnaround Friday as the team returned for its first home outing in more than a month.
The Washington women’s basketball team has a big weekend ahead.
Returning from a three-week absence due to COVID-19 issues, the Washington women’s basketball team looked rusty in its 63-48 loss to UCLA.
Wrapping up the non-conference season firing on all cylinders, the Washington women’s basketball team came up ahead with a 58-42 victory over Nevada.
The Washington women’s basketball team might have had a tough run over the Thanksgiving holiday, but the team hasn’t seemed phased this week, especially in Saturday’s hard-fought win against Eastern Washington.
Playing away from Alaska Airlines Arena for the first time this season, the Washington women’s basketball team was looking to build on its early success under first-year head coach Tina Langley.
The Washington women’s basketball team has undergone a lot of change in the past couple months, including a change in the head coach and the introduction of many new players.