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The Washington women’s basketball team made moves Saturday to fill out new head coach Tina Langley’s coaching staff. The Huskies hired three new assistants: Dan Tachemy, Katie Faulkner, and Latara King.
The Washington athletics department introduced newly hired women’s basketball head coach Tina Langley on Wednesday morning in a virtual press conference. After spending six seasons at Rice, Langley said she is excited to compete and bring the Huskies back to Pac-12 and national prominence.
In addition to a head coaching change, more changes are coming for the Washington women’s basketball team, starting with its personnel on the court.
The UW athletic department announced Tina Langley as its next women’s basketball head coach Monday afternoon. Langley spent her past six seasons as the head coach at Rice.
The Washington women's basketball team announced Monday that head coach Jody Wynn will be relieved of her duties effective immediately. Washington Athletics Director Jen Cohen said in a press release that the program wished her the best but felt it was time to move forward.
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.
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.
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