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- This insider article from ESPN says Chris Petersen is challenging the pecking order when it comes to the top recruiting schools in the Pac-12.
- Coach Pete invited former UW walk-on K.C. Herren to talk to the team about being financially responsible. Herren is a former second-round pick of the Texas Rangers who retired from baseball before ever making it past Single-A, walked on at UW in football, and is now a financial advisor.
- With the
signingverbal commitment of WR Ty Jones, Scout has an updated snapshot of UW's 2017 recruiting class so far.
- Dawgman spoke to Jones and also has a story on how he impacts the WR corps.
- Is the Pac-12 approaching its revenue ceiling? Chantel Jennings examines the findings of Jon Wilner and Jon Solomon.
- The ESPN Pac-12 blog continues its "toughest stretch" series looking at the most difficult part of the schedule for each team. Washington is up next and surprisingly it's not the Stanford/Oregon part of the schedule. Just kidding; it is.
- The Husky women officially added former Nebraska guard Natalie Romeo. Romeo was a high school teammate of Sabrina Ionescu, a top recruit choosing between UW and Oregon.
- The buzz on Marquese Chriss continues to grow. He is being touted as a lottery pick in most mock drafts and this one has him going 9th overall to the Toronto Raptors.
- A couple experts in that mock have Dejounte Murray going late in the first round. Busting Brackets examines how Murray's game translates to the NBA.
- Lorenzo Romar bolstered his backcourt with the signing of Carlos Johnson from Findlay Prep in Oakland, Ca. Christian Caple has this story which includes a highlight video.
- After placing second at the Pac-12 track championships last weekend, Washington head coach Greg Metcalf was named the conference's Coach of the Year.
- This weekend the UW baseball team concludes its home schedule with a series against Stanford. The six Husky seniors look back on their careers.
- The Husky softball team begins postseason play tonight with a home game vs Weber State at 7:30.
- Six Husky women were named to the All Pac-12 Softball team, led by first team selections Ali Aguilar and Kimberlee Souza. Freshman RHP Taran Alvelo was named Co-Freshman of the Year.
- Souza also made first team All-Region, with six of her teammates joining her on the 2nd and 3rd teams.
The 13th-ranked Husky women's golfers are peaking at the right time: