It appeared the Huskies were upon one of the largest late-season collapses in program history. After finishing the regular season on a four-game losing skid, the Huskies overcame a 22-point, first-half deficit — biggest in program history — against the 12th-seeded Oregon (4-27) to prevail 69-62 Thursday night to advance to the quarterfinals in the
Author: Nathan Shoup
Before No. 5 Washington met No. 12 Oregon in the first-day finale, the first three games of the women’s Pac-12 Tournament at KeyArena Thursday night contained no surprises. Seventh-seeded USC handled 10th-seeded Oregon State, 64-57. Sixth-seeded Utah breezed past 11th-seeded Arizona, 66-48. Even the No. 8 Cougars beat the ninth-seeded Sun Devils, 48-41. Attendance for
After a dismal four-year stay in Los Angeles, Pac-12 women’s hoops tourney begins a three-year run at KeyArena, where Washington likely must win four games to make NCAA field.
The fourth-ranked Stanford women cruised to a 71-36 win over the University of Washington Thursday night at Hec Ed. But the Huskies lost the Pac-12 Conference hoops matchup Tuesday, when coach Kevin McGuff announced the one-game suspensions of two of his top players, Jazmine Davis (19.2 ppg), Talia Walton (13.9) and reserve Deborah Meeks.