Huskies reach reported $119 million deal with Adidas

SEATTLE – The University of Washington is about to cash some giant paychecks. The school announced Tuesday that it agreed to a 10-year agreement with Adidas that will make it the Huskies’ official footwear and athletic apparel partner through June of 2029. The price? A whopping $119 million, according to the Seattle Times. “We believe this partnership will allow us to provide a new competitive edge to our coaches, student-athletes and our incredible fan base,” athletic director Jen Cohen said […]

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Pac-12 Tournament: Oregon State beats Washington 69-66 in overtime

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Oregon State had a penchant for finding ways to lose instead of win for most of the regular season. If the opposing team hit a big shot or one of the Beavers missed a key free throw, they would slump their shoulders and watch the other team walk off with a victory. With a chance to move on in the Pac-12 tournament, Oregon State found a way to make the big plays down the stretch. Drew […]

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From practice player to team Captain – one player’s journey on Montlake

Seattle – The Huskies 2017-2018 season has come to an end following their 71-68 loss to the Cal Bears in the Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Tournament. But this group still has a lot to be proud of, especially Senior Guard Jenna Moser. “She’s just got incredible character. She’s just so well liked by all the coaches, all the players, everybody that interacts with her. She’s just a likable young woman, she does well academically and she cares a lot about her […]

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Commentary: Relevance in February at UW and Seattle U might just lead to madness in March

I want to thank Kelsey Plum for filling a major void when it came to the month of February the past two years. Because frankly, the Seattle hoops scene – outside of the shining beacon of Plum and the Husky women’s basketball team the last couple years – looked pretty bleak. That’s not the case anymore. Between the buzzer beater at Hec Ed, and another momentum builder at KeyArena, a couple men’s basketball programs in Seattle are finally energizing their […]

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Washington holds on late to beat No. 25 Arizona State 68-64

SEATTLE (AP) — Noah Dickerson scored 21 points and grabbed 16 rebounds, David Crisp had three key baskets in the final five minutes, and Washington knocked off No. 25 Arizona State 68-64 on Thursday night. If there was question about Washington’s validity in the Pac-12 race, some of those were answered by a gutty performance from the Huskies. Dickerson dominated on the interior in the first half as Washington built a 10-point lead at the break, only to hold on […]

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Washington star DL Vita Vea declares for NFL draft

SEATTLE (AP) — Washington standout defensive lineman Vita Vea, the Pac-12 Conference defensive player of the year, has declared for the NFL draft. Vea announced the expected decision in a lengthy post on social media on Monday. Vea hinted following Washington loss to Penn State in the Fiesta Bowl he would be leaving early for the NFL, where he’s expected to be a first-round pick. I am beyond grateful for all of the people and the memories that have made my college […]

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