Washington Huskies News for March 5, 2014
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Kelsey Plum’s passion is paying off for Huskies

Washington freshman Kelsey Plum was named the team’s captain this season and led the Huskies in scoring. On Thursday, she leads her team into the Pac-12 women’s basketball tournament at KeyArena.

This week in baseball: UW sweeps UC Davis

The Huskies returned home and completed a three game sweep of UC Davis at Cheney Stadium in Tacoma this past weekend. The Washington baseball team played its first home stand of the season, playing three games against UC Davis at Cheney Stadium in Tacoma. The Huskies were scheduled to play four games but the Sunday's finale was rained out. The Huskies swept the Aggies, winning one game on Friday and two on Saturday. The Huskies are now 6-4-1 overall. Game Recaps Game 1: Washington 4, UC Davis

Huskies’ Andrew Andrews has turned around his game

Washington sophomore guard Andrew Andrews is averaging 16.8 points and 8 rebounds in the past four games, after hitting a rough three-game patch before that.

Video: Lorenzo Romar on UCLA

Here's video from Wednesday's interview with coach Lorenzo Romar who talked about Thursday's game against UCLA. He also discussed the impact senior guard C.J. Wilcox had at Washington, the Huskies' expectations and Perris Blackwell.

Washington star Kelsey Plum named Pac-12 freshman of the year...

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Video: C.J. Wilcox on final days at UW

Here'svideofrom Wednesday's interview with C.J. Wilcox who talked about his last season with Washington.

Rules committee withdraws 10-second proposal

A controversial proposal to allow defenses a 10-second window to substitute has been withdrawn by the NCAA Rules Committee, according to ESPN and USA Today reports. The NCAA playing rules oversight committee had been scheduled to vote Thursday on the proposal. That is no longer necessary. The withdrawal is a victory for proponents of fast-pace offenses and coaches who were critical of the proposal over the past three weeks. In an ESPN survey, 93 of 128 FBS coaches (73 percent) were against the p

And the Pac-12 award goes to ...

We’re counting down the end of the Pac-12 season with a daily look at each of the postseason awards. Today: Most Improved Player of the Year MOST IMPROVED PLAYER OF THE YEAR DaVonte Lacy, Jr., Washington State: The junior guard increased his scoring output by 46 percent. It's the biggest increase in by a Pac-12 player. Last year he was the fourth-leading scorer behind Brock Motum, Royce Woolridge and Mike Ladd while amassing 263 points (10.5 scoring average) in 25 games and 22 starts. With Motu

Husky basketball recruits on display at WIAA state tournament...

A handful of Husky basketball recruits will participate in the 3A and 4A WIAA state basketball tournaments this weekend. This weekend's WIAA state basketball tournament offers local Husky fans a preview of a few Husky basketball recruits. Here's a rundown on the handful of players Washington's coaching staff will be watching this weekend. Rainier Beach High School, the perennial favorite in the 3A classification, features Husky commit David Crisp. The senior guard committed to Washington in e

Walton is back: UCLA vs. UW basketball preview

The Bruins come to Seattle to face the Huskies for the first time this season Thursday at 6 p.m. on ESPN2. Next Game UCLA Bruins @ Washington Huskies Thursday, Mar 6, 2014, 6:00 PM PST Alaska Airlines Arena Complete Coverage > FG 3PT FT Rebounds Misc G M M A Pct M A Pct M A Pct Off Def Tot Ast TO Stl Blk PF PPG Jordan Adams 28 30.4 5.6 11.9 47.0 1.6 4.3 37.8 4.6 5.5 83.8 1.9 3.6 5.5 2.3 1.5 2.9 0.1 2.3 17.4 Kyle Anderson 28 33.3 5.1 10.4 49.0 0.8 1.6 48.9 3.9 5.2 75.2

Morning links: For UW quarterbacks, it's down to basics

Morning links: UW quarterbacks got down to basics to start spring practices on Tuesday. Our practice notes and quotes from Tuesday. More practice notes from The News Tribune. From the AP: Chris Petersen puts on purple for UW's first practice. Vehicle prowling charges against John Timu will be dropped in 12 months if he follows court orders. A photo gallery from The Times' John Lok. More videos of players and coaches from Dawgman.com. The ESPN Pac-12 blog spotlights Shaq Thompson. Jon Wilner o

Berger drawing early UW look [$]

Washington is one of the schools giving Drew Berger an early look.

Dawgs set sights on top receivers [$]

Washington has extended a good number of offers to some of the top receivers in the region and the entire nation. The staff is aiming high.

Alabama offers four-star DE

Keisean Lucier-South had an excellent showing at the RCS Southern California this past weekend. Things got even more exciting for him Tuesday when Alabama offered.

Alston discusses top four

Lavan Alston has a top four but more schools are showing a lot of interest so things could change for the four-star wide receiver.

Okun taking Pac-12 trip

Zach Okun knows all about the outstanding facilities and the trendy uniforms at Oregon. He wants to see those for sure but the four-star offensive guard wants to go more in-depth during his visit to Eugene early this week.

Tezino names early favorites

Kyahva Tezino has a handful of favorites but one school in particular could have a very decided edge as his recruitment continues.

Berger's first offer comes with intrigue

Boise State may be Drew Berger's only offer and his brother is headed there, but the 2015 prospect is keeping his options open.

Morning links: The Bruin who got away

Imagine a Washington backcourt with Nigel Williams-Goss and Zach LaVine, two of the most dynamic freshmen in the Pac-12. The Huskies began recruiting LaVine, the former Bothell High standout, about 2-3 years before they got wind of Williams-Goss in Portland. Both were highly touted, four-star point guards recruits, which made it unlikely they'd land on the same team. But for awhile, it looked as if coach Lorenzo Romar had secured a phenomenal talent in LaVine, an explosive athlete and a gifted

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