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- Christian Caple from The Athletic ($) has a story on Jen Cohen’s financial turnaround at UW, and says the return to financial stability hinges heavily on the football team winning games.
Petersen’s percentage has taken a minor hit since moving into the Power 5, but still on top:
10 Winningest Active CFB Coaches by Percentage— SportsPac12 (@SportsPac12) May 9, 2019
.808—C. Petersen, Washington
.795—D. Swinney, Clemson
.789—N. Saban, Ala.
.726—G. Patterson, TCU
.702—B. Kelly, ND
.672—M. Gundy, Okla State
.663—K. Whittingham, Utah
.649—B. Davis, FIU
.648—M. Dantonio, MSU
.645—K. Sumlin, Arizona https://t.co/448ggotpay
Six Million guaranteed for Murphy:
- On Brock Huard’s podcast “Above and Beyond,” he sits down with Matisse Thybulle to discuss his journey, and how his faith and family have played a huge role in his success.
5-0 win over Stanford Thursday night. Final two regular season games are at home this weekend for #2 ranked Huskies (43-7, 18-4).
After 4-0 wins in the first two rounds, women’s tennis heads to LA to take on #7 UCLA.
Sis Bates wins Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year, joining BBK and Thybulle. For Bates, she wins the award for the second straight year.
.@UWAthletics fun facts ⬇️— Pac-12 Network (@Pac12Network) May 9, 2019
Mascots: @HarryTheHusky & @DubsUW
Varsity teams: 22
Yesterday, @UWSoftball's Sis Bates joined fellow Huskies @benbk25 and @MatisseThybulle as 2018-19 Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year honorees. pic.twitter.com/8936tE8Fzo
Wednesday night, UW baseball gets the win with a four-run 8th inning. Dawgs host Utah for three games this weekend:
Women’s golf earns third bid in four years to NCAA Championships. Begins May 17 in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Nowell projected to go early in the second round:
Pac-12 Player of the Year Jaylen Nowell has workouts scheduled with the Indiana Pacers, Orlando Magic, and Phoenix Suns following the combine, @TheAthleticNBA has learned. Nowell has also worked out for the Houston Rockets and Boston Celtics.— Michael Scotto (@MikeAScotto) May 9, 2019
UW track star joined the wrestling team in high school to improve her core strength.
Former UW great now a horse trainer at Emerald Downs: