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- Mike Vorel from the Seattle Times has a story on incoming safety Asa Turner. Turner considered Notre Dame’s offer to play linebacker, but knew he belongs in Jimmy Lake’s secondary.
- Luke Mounger from Dawgman talked to senior linebacker Kyler Manu, who is hoping to make an impact in his final season as a Husky.
- Mounger also spoke with tight end Hunter Bryant who says the knee is 100% healthy. Bryant singled out freshman Cameron Williams as a new face that has stood out on the UW defense so far.
- The Husky Haul interviews The Athletic’s Christian Caple, and gets his take on 2020 recruiting targets, Jacob Eason, and more.
A pair of closed practices this weekend, open to the media on Monday & Wednesday, then one final closed practice Friday before the Spring Preview:
5⃣ more practices until the 2019 Fan Fest & Spring Preview on Saturday, April 27th.— Washington Football (@UW_Football) April 18, 2019
We are looking forward to seeing Husky Nation there! #PurpleReign https://t.co/pENaTycoWl pic.twitter.com/JnCf8ukALt
Four from Boise St. and five former Dawgs:
With their first pick of the #NFLDraft... pic.twitter.com/Rb7X54ZFlb— Washington Football (@UW_Football) April 18, 2019
15 wins in a row. Softball improves to 37-6 (13-3 in conference play) and continues series at Utah tonight:
Recap: @UWSoftball keeps win streak alive, throttles Utah 13-0 behind a dominant offense and Gabbie Plain.— The Daily Sports (@UWDailySports) April 19, 2019
Husky baseball (17-15, 5-10) have lost nine conference games in a row, but got the win against BYU last night.
The clock was ticking for @UW_Baseball's Connor Blair, who had a paper due at midnight, and wanted to make sure he had enough time to finish it. He proceeded to hit the game-winning home run in the eighth to seal the UW victory.— The Daily Sports (@UWDailySports) April 19, 2019
Sophomore crushes the 27-year-old UW school heptathlon record:
Recap: @UWTrack sees another school record smashed, this time by Hannah Rusnak in the heptathlon.— The Daily Sports (@UWDailySports) April 19, 2019
It’s the #2 Dawgs hosting the #4 Cal Bears beginning at 9am Saturday in the annual Cal Dual:
The @UW_Rowing men take on Cal at the Montlake Cut this Saturday.— The Daily Sports (@UWDailySports) April 18, 2019
Big shoulder pads, big hits, big win: