Washington Huskies

Washington Huskies

11th PAC12 I | 6-12
    • Kokomo Perspective

      Scouting report: Arizona Wildcats vs. Washington Huskies

      Sophomore guard Marcus Tsohonis, who didn't play against Arizona on Dec. 31, has had five games of 20 or more points since then, though he was limited to five points on 2-for-9 shooting at ASU on Thursday and is just 2 of 16 from 3 over his past four games. Guard Jamal Bey leads the Pac-12 in 3-point percentage in conference games (55.2) while averaging 31.5 minutes in Pac-12 play. Guard Nate Pryor started against Arizona but has had six DNPs since then, including Thursday at ASU.

    • Huskies hoping to use newfound momentum to take down Cougars
      The Daily

      Huskies hoping to use newfound momentum to take down Cougars

      The Washington women’s basketball team has reached the final weekend of the season as it takes on Washington State in the second meeting of the women’s basketball Apple Cup. The Huskies (6-12, 3-12 Pac-12) travel to Pullman in hopes to avenge their early season loss to the Cougars (10-10, 8-10 Pac-12). Winning two of their last four games, the Huskies have finally found some sort of rhythm in a season that has featured long breaks due to COVID-19.

    • Anthony Jones, Washington Huskies pledge, decommits shortly after Oregon Ducks offer
      OregonLive.com

      Anthony Jones, Washington Huskies pledge, decommits shortly after Oregon Ducks offer

      Less than 24 hours after the Oregon Ducks football program extended an offer to Washington Huskies pledge Anthony Jones he’s back on the open market. On Friday afternoon, the 6-foot-5, 242-pound athlete, out of Liberty High School Las Vegas, Nevada), announced his decommitment from Washington: Jones, a 247Sports three-star prospect who projects at either edge-rusher or tight end at the collegiate level, first committed to Washington in December, following a weekend visit to Seattle the month prior.