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- ESPN’s countdown of the top “triplets” in the Pac-12 reaches #4 and it’s the Cougs coming in at that spot on Offense and Defense.
- Two former Husky defensive backs were arrested for allegedly dealing Xanex at Montana State. Darren Gardenhire transferred from UW to MSU after seeing diminishing playing time last year. Naijiel Hale was dismissed from the UW program before the 2015 season.
- Adam Jude passes along what Scott Eklund of Dawgman reported: A 5-star 2019 QB prospect was on UW campus yesterday.
Last week we reported that the state’s top OT was awaiting a UW offer. Now he’s got one and looks pretty pleased:
Honored to have recieved my 8th full ride offer from the University of Washington Huskies! Thank you to all for your support! GO DAWGS! pic.twitter.com/tKHJL9UeI3— MJ ALE (@mjayale20) April 5, 2017
This is for Dawgman paid subscribers only, but the picture hints that Jordan Miller makes the list:
Boise St. running back and John Ross III:
Will Plum go #1?
Catch the top-10 softball team at home this weekend:
Hosting the Seattle Women’s Pro Team tomorrow night:
Baseball in LA for 3 games against UCLA. Sorry, No TV
Saturday and Sunday men’s golf is in Santa Cruz, CA for their final tournament before the Pac-12 Championships begin April 28 in Boulder, CO.
Women’s Golf in action this weekend in Tempe, AZ. Live scoring can be found on golfstat.com
Rowing in Oregon this weekend:
Tennis: Men in Arizona, Women host UA & ASU
Introducing the Beach Volleyball squad:
Huskies will send a team of four consisting of Mai-Loni Henson, Amber Melgoza, Natalie Romeo and Deja Strother:
18 years old... dropping dimes: