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UCLA with the overtime win Thursday night, means $$ for conference:
UCLA's win guarantees the #Pac12 at least six NCAA units, which equates to ~$11 million for the conference over six-year payout window— Jon Wilner (@wilnerhotline) March 19, 2021
Vorel opens his Seattle Times Mailbag
Mailbag time! Is it time for UW football fans to be concerned about the current state of Husky recruiting? And how does UW's transfer portal activity compare to other programs nationally? Answers: https://t.co/DNSVGu1o7u— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) March 18, 2021
Bellingham running back with UW offer:
On this week's Cascadia Preps Radio show @RylandSpencer & @BrandonHuffman talked about 2022 RB @DjouvenskyS of @SQHS_Football. #BenSchlen— Cascadia Preps (@CascadiaPreps) March 18, 2021
To hear more from this week's show, visit: https://t.co/MuSqtSKD3A @WhatcomPreps pic.twitter.com/ATmPl0DUkb
Aaron Beach joins Dawgman; What went wrong for UW Men’s Hoops?
Reynolds leads the team with 26 runs batted in, is second in home runs with six, and third in batting average (.413).
Washington welcomes No. 7 Arizona to Montlake this weekend for a four-game series, the first conference game for the UW since May 11, 2019.
A top-10 matchup comes to Montlake as No. 6 @UWSoftball welcomes No. 7 Arizona to kick off Pac-12 play— The Daily Sports (@UWDailySports) March 18, 2021
Despite the opponent though, Heather Tarr's goals remain simple
"We’re going to play our best game every game”
Washington comes off a mixed weekend, losing for the first time this season against #21 Stanford, then completing a 2-1 comeback to take down #24 Cal.
For the first time since 2019 No. 23 @UW_WSoccer takes on rivals Washington State with the Huskies looking to rebound from a mixed weekend against the Bay Schools | via @RajanHans14https://t.co/JFlcwNnnQf— The Daily Sports (@UWDailySports) March 18, 2021
When the Huskies earned their lowest score in more than a decade, the team set a simple goal for the rest of the year: Improve.
After getting their third win in a row against Portland, the Washington (7-5, 0-2 Pac-12) heads into next week with a home Pac-12 match against Utah.
Track and Field
British Hurdler is the eighth member of the next class of new Dawgs.