Happy Wednesday all y’all. As a reminder, to keep up with all things Husky, follow us on Twitter or hit up Ryan or Chris to explain that Cal’s too high. Ya know, the usual.
To the dots!
- Washington Softball takes on Arizona tomorrow morning for the first game in the Women’s College World Series and is back for blood after coming so close to being champions last year.
- Speaking of, on a team full of badasses, Snohomish’s Sami Reynolds is another one.
- On the recruiting front:
Thank you God‼️✍ ☔️ pic.twitter.com/43EIy8Tkts— Jay'Veon D'Shun Sunday (@Athletic_jay_) May 29, 2019
- And another recruiting thing that’s no surprise as the Dawgs make Eastside Catholic’s Sam Adam’s top six:
Top Six pic.twitter.com/MIoDU948aM— Sam Adams II (@SamAdamsII) May 29, 2019
- Mike Vorel at The Times has an instant reaction to Sunday’s commitment.
- And Dawgman has a piece on an incoming defensive back from 2019.
- Not that it’s a surprise, but Jaylen Nowell is officially officially leaving UW.
"From the @UWDawgPack to the entire UW staff and coaches that have helped me along the way, I couldn’t have done this if it wasn’t for you guys."— Washington Men's Basketball (@UW_MBB) May 29, 2019
Good luck, @JaylenNowell! #TougherTogether pic.twitter.com/t0oELL69WG
- Ooh someone thinks Washington’s a playoff sleeper? And that person is *record scratch* in SEC country?
- And Drew Sample continues to show why he was worth the second round pick.
Congrats to Pac-12 Rowing Coach of the Year (for the 5th time!), Yaz Farooq!#RowingU // #RowTownUSA // #ExtendYourself pic.twitter.com/7noMheNJcn— Washington Rowing (@UW_Rowing) May 28, 2019
Congrats to Pac-12 Rowing Coach of the Year (for the 10th time!), Michael Callahan!#RowingU // #RowTownUSA // #ExtendYourself pic.twitter.com/K134HHhIM8— Washington Rowing (@UW_Rowing) May 28, 2019
Do good things, don’t do bad things, and bow down to Washington.