College sports

UW blows 12-point 2nd-half lead in loss to Utah

Washington’s propensity for letting late leads slip away strikes again in 67-66 defeat.

New talent should emerge for Huskies at WR, TE, O-line

UW’s offense, which struggled at times last season, should see an influx of talent at key positions.

Freshman Tsohonis brings stability to UW lineup

The guard has been a calming presence for the Huskies in the absence of starter Quade Green.

Who will step up at QB, RB for Huskies next season?

Washington enters an offseason of uncertainty on the offensive side of the ball.

New Everett CC volleyball coach aiming for culture change

Whitney Williams revived the Arlington High School program, and plans to do the same for the Trojans.

Community sports roundup: Area curler wins junior nationals

Luc Violette is once again a junior national curling champion. And this time he was the one calling the shots. Violette, a Lake Stevens native,… Continue reading

Former Marysville Pilchuck star looking for shot in NFL

After being forced to medically retire at UW, Austin Joyner is making himself available for the NFL draft.

Ducks rally, stun Huskies on late 3 in overtime

Washington lets a 16-point second-half lead slip away in a 64-61 loss to No. 8 Oregon.

WSU wins on day it retires Klay Thompson’s jersey

Isaac Bonton scored a career-high 34 points and Washington State beat Oregon State 89-76 on Saturday in front of a packed… Continue reading

Battle steps up big in UW’s win over Oregon State

The former Marysville Pilchuck star gets his first-career start and sparks the Huskies’ victory.

Battle’s big 1st half helps UW to win over Oregon State

The freshman from Marysville Pilchuck scores 11 first-half points in the Huskies’ 64-56 victory.

New WSU coach emphasizes importance of winning Apple Cup

Nick Rolovich strikes all the right chords in his introductory press conference on Thursday.

Snohomish County almost had a historic hoops moment

Local players were on the verge of being on both of the No. 1 college basketball teams in the country.

Community sports roundup: EvCC hires Arlington volleyball coach

Whitney Williams is moving from the high school to college volleyball coaching ranks. Williams, who turned the Arlington High School volleyball program into an annual… Continue reading

Edmonds-Woodway High School graduate Ali Gaye, who’s joining the LSU football team as a defensive end for the 2020 season, will be an interested spectator when the Tigers take on Clemson in the CFP national championship game Monday night. (Ian Terry/The Herald)

LSU-bound E-W grad has “no doubt” about CFP title game

Ali Gaye is enrolling early for spring semester and will join the Tigers on the field next season.

Edmonds-Woodway High School graduate Ali Gaye, who’s joining the LSU football team as a defensive end for the 2020 season, will be an interested spectator when the Tigers take on Clemson in the CFP national championship game Monday night. (Ian Terry/The Herald)

UW falls to Cal, drops third straight

The Golden Bears’ Matt Bradley banked in a 3-pointer in overtime to hand the Huskies another loss.

UW hires Jaguars assistant Donovan as offensive coordinator

The 45-year-old has experience as a college coordinator at both Penn State and Vanderbilt.

Short-handed Washington folds late in loss to Stanford

Starting point guard Quade Green was ruled academically ineligible before the Huskies’ 61-55 defeat.

Leach leaving WSU to become head coach at Mississippi State

He posted a 55-47 record in eight seasons as head coach of the Cougars.

UW men hope to build on ‘statement’ win against USC

The Huskies look to continue to gain momentum during their first Pac-12 road swing.

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