Huskies' Markelle Fultz Taken No. 1 By 76ersThe Philadelphia 76ers selected guard Markelle Fultz on Thursday night with the No. 1 pick in the NBA draft.
Cardinals Sign Former UW Safety Budda BakerThe Arizona Cardinals have signed safety Budda Baker, the team's second-round draft pick out of Washington.
Bengals Draft UW Receiver Ross At No. 9On Thursday night, John Ross became just the fourth University of Washington player in 25 years to be picked in the top-10 of the NFL Draft.
Psalm Wooching On Choosing Rugby Over the NFLOn Wednesday, former UW linebacker Psalm Wooching joined CBS Radio's The Jake Brown Show and discussed why he wouldn't be waiting for the phone to ring this week during the NFL Draft.
Plum Happy To Be In San Antonio, Playing For Stars"It's kind of surreal. You can hear about it, but there's nothing like when you actually sign," Plum said in a phone interview with The Associated Press on Friday. "I'm excited to be here. I'd play for free."
UW Hires Jody Wynn As Women's Basketball CoachWashington has hired Jody Wynn as the women's basketball coach to replace Mike Neighbors, who guided the team to the Final Four in 2016.
UW Star Kelsey Plum Goes No. 1 In WNBA DraftPlum was taken No. 1 by the San Antonio Stars. The Washington guard finished her college career with an NCAA-record 3,527 points.
Chris Petersen Signs Extension Through 2023Washington announced Petersen's extension Tuesday, although the deal was signed late last month. Petersen's deal will pay him $4.125 million in total compensation for the upcoming season and caps out at $5.625 million in the final year. The deal averages out to $4.875 million in total compensation over the next seven years of the contract.
Washington Hires Dave Rice as Assistant Basketball CoachWashington announced Rice's hiring Tuesday. Rice spent last season as an assistant at Nevada after being fired midway through the 2015-16 season at UNLV. Rice led UNLV to a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances in 2012 and 2013 but was let go from his alma mater after stumbling the final 2 ½ seasons.
Plum Named AP Player of the YearPlum had a historic season at Washington, where she led the nation with 31.7 point per game, along with 5.1 rebounds and 4.8 blocks. The University of Washington guard finished with double digit points in every game this season, and never scored less than 20 points in any game.
Plum Unanimous Choice As AP Women's Basketball All-American Kelsey Plum left quite the mark at Washington.
Washington Releases Top Recruit Porter From CommitmentWashington released high school star Michael Porter Jr. from his national letter of intent.