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- Approximately 48 hours until the Huskies square off against Arizona in the first game of the Women’s College World Series
Ready.— Washington Softball (@UWSoftball) May 27, 2019
>>https://t.co/ls669VbxqS#NCAASoftball // #MightyAreTheWomen pic.twitter.com/e6WcnjNStt
- The Seattle Times goes in-depth on how the Washington rowing teams train off the water in order to dominate on it.
- Lauren Kirschman at the Tacoma News Tribune looks at UW Men’s Basketball’s Top-10 recruiting class has positioned the program for the future.
- Jaylen Nowell worked out in front of pro scouts yesterday along with several other prospects in Las Vegas.
In Vegas today at Impact Basketball. Potential lottery pick Nassir Little the headliner today with a large contingent of NBA scouts in attendance. pic.twitter.com/lhsfOzr0AD— Mike Schmitz (@Mike_Schmitz) May 27, 2019
- The Huskies are considered among the favorites for a 2020 3-star RB out of Waco, Texas who has apparently made his decision and could make the announcement public any day.
Decision is made I'm committed !!— Jay'Veon D'Shun Sunday (@Athletic_jay_) May 27, 2019
- They also made the Top-10 for a 3-star running back out of Oklahoma as the only West Coast school involved.
All glory to God #Top10 pic.twitter.com/Yg3dpMHFzu— Sevion morrison ⚡️ (@SevyMorrison28) May 27, 2019
- Future Husky stud Laiatu Latu is done with high school and ready for UW
Been a good 4 years. Now its on to the next chapter...☔️ NEXT UP SEATTLE✌ pic.twitter.com/28nUiF8ztV— Laiatu Latu (@laiatu_latu) May 27, 2019