The $1.2 billion Levi’s stadium, which is located about 45 miles south of San Francisco, is opening this fall
The Washington Huskies’ new digs, Husky Ballpark, opens Friday versus the Arizona Wildcats.
(1090 The Fan) — Former University of Washington head football coach Steve Sarkisian has moved on to Southern California to coach his hometown Trojans. Sarkisian joined The Steve Sandmeyer Show Friday and covered several topics […]
DaVonte Lacy had 20 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Cougars’ offense in defeat. The Cougars wrap up the regular season, Saturday with a home game against UCLA.
Asked if moving around to different drills was his nature, Huskies head coach Chris Petersen joked that usually he’s up in a tower, “eating snacks.”
Nigel Williams-Goss scored 17 points and Andrew Andrews added 16 points to carry the Huskies to just their third win in the past eight games.
With spring ball weeks away, Huskies coach Chris Petersen is eager to see who will exceed his staff’s expectations.
Despite the double-digit loss, the Cougars had a good beginning. The team held 8-3, 17-10 and eventually 31-24 leads, the latter being the score at halftime. But, as has been the case for the Cougars all season, their lead was not foolproof.
With 23 points, Wilcox passed Jon Brockman (1,805 points) for second on Washington’s all-time scoring list as Washington snapped a 7-game road losing streak with the blowout victory.
D.J. Shelton, who scored 1o points Thursday, was the only other double-figure scorer for the Cougars who now continue their road trip with games at Oregon and Washington next week before closing the season out at home.