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.
Washington Releases Top Recruit Porter From CommitmentWashington released high school star Michael Porter Jr. from his national letter of intent.
Plum Leads Way as Washington Beats Montana State 91-63Kelsey Plum scored 17 of her 29 points in the second half, Chantel Osahor had her 28th double-double of the season with 16 points and 19 rebounds, and No. 3 seed Washington pulled away in the second half for a 91-63 win over 14th-seeded Montana State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday night.
Washington Could Be Gutted After Head Coach Firing
Plum Breaks NCAA Scoring Mark as Washington Beats Utah 84-77For the final regular season game of her college career, Washington's star orchestrated the finest performance of her career and one of the best in NCAA history. And with it, Plum scored a career-best 57 points and put an end to her quest of tracking down Jackie Stiles and the number 3,393.
NCAA: Notre Dame Must Vacate Wins After Academic MisconductThe NCAA announced Tuesday that it has ordered Notre Dame to vacate all 21 victories from the 2012-13 seasons because a former student athletic trainer committed academic misconduct by doing substantial course work for two players and impermissibly helped six others
UW Basketball Defense Awakens in 92-58 Win Over NAUAfter struggling defensively in its first two games of the season — even surrendering 98 points to Yale in a home loss to open the 2016 slate — Washington appeared to find its mojo on both sides of the ball Sunday in a 92-58 win over Northern Arizona at Alaska Airlines Arena.
Washington Inks Another Top Recruiting Class Led by PorterWashington announced a recruiting class that is rated by some recruiting services as being in the top five in the country.
Players Involved In Video Game Settlements Seeing PayoffCollege athletes who sued the NCAA and video-game maker Electronic Arts over the use of their likenesses are seeing the payoff.
Washington Women Beat Stanford 85-76 To Reach Final FourChantel Osahor and Kelsey Plum always believed they could help make Washington a championship-caliber program.
Coach Mark Few Wants Gonzaga To Keep Chip On Its ShoulderFew fears all the renewed attention, with praise in the media and on social networks, might become a distraction
Washington Relishing NCAA Tourney Run To Sweet 16

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