MISSOULA, Mont. — The Lewis-Clark Twins scored 10 runs over the final two innings and defeated the Walla Walla Bears 17-11 here Sunday to conclude play in the Missoula summer baseball tournament.
SEATTLE — Matisse Thybulle soared higher than expected in Thursday’s NBA draft and landed in the top 20 picks, while his former Washington Huskies teammate Jaylen Nowell went off the board as several projected in the middle of the second round.
Kelley Lynch, who has committed to the University of Washington, was named Gatorade National Softball Player of the Year on Thursday.
OKLAHOMA CITY — There was suspense on every pitch Sunday at an overflowing OGE Field. You could feel the tension in the stands, and it got more intense as the innings passed without a run.
SEATTLE — Pitching, pitching, pitching.
SEATTLE — The stakes are clear for the Washington women’s softball team: beat Kentucky in a best-of-three super regional at Husky Softball Stadium and it will earn a trip back to the College Softball World Series in Oklahoma, after getting all the way to the title series last season before l…
SEATTLE — First Isaiah Stewart, and now Jaden McDaniels.
SEATTLE — Pitcher perfect? Almost.
EAGAN, Minn. — The Minnesota Vikings have agreed to terms with quarterback Jake Browning, who went undrafted after a record-setting career at Washington.
SEATTLE — Matisse Thybulle added one more prize to his ever-expanding treasure trove of trophies: the Naismith defensive player of the year award.
SEATTLE — Of course nothing is official until Jaylen Nowell announces his decision, but Mike Hopkins believes the Husky basketball star will “test the waters” and explore his NBA draft potential.
SEATTLE — Mike Hopkins wants to cast the Huskies as a scrappy and gritty bunch of overachieving underdogs, which may have been true a few weeks ago, but flies in contrast to their current situation.
The NFL combine concluded Monday with the defensive backs taking part in the 40-yard dash and other on-field drills.
SEATTLE — The Huskies’ 12-game winning streak provided them some pretty significant margin for error and not surprisingly, they maintained their position in most NCAA tournament projections following their first loss in seven weeks.
SEATTLE — Let’s start with some unrealistic expectations.