Been beat up and battered ‘round
Been sent up, and I’ve been shot down
Dots are the best thing that I’ve ever found
Handle me with care
- The 2020 season was delayed, shortened, paused, rescheduled, and everything else that could make it disruptive for a team. The release of a full, familiar 2021 schedule allowed the UW team to look forward and Mike Vorel writes that the players have a chip on their shoulders over the unfinished business from last season.
- While we’re on schedule breakdowns, we should note that Christian Caple did his own at The Athletic. Like me, Caple quickly gravitated to the conference home opener against Cal as a highlight. Pandemic permitting, a late-September game against a recent rival should be very tasty.
- We all have our own opinions about the Husky football schedule. One man’s opinion matters more than the rest, and that’s Jimmy Lake. He shared his enthusiasm at a press conference and Scott Eklund has notes on Lake’s thoughts.
- As tough as the football schedule was, the women’s basketball team might have had an even rockier road to get to the end of their schedule. The conference tournament is upon them, though merely getting this far has been a greater achievement than the win/loss record.
Stanford has the toughest schedule and it's not even close. UW has reason to rant, however https://t.co/05UZvBTXPP— Jon Wilner (@wilnerhotline) March 2, 2021
Gabbie Plain is named the NFCA Pitcher of the Week. The senior stuck out 36 batters in 20.2 innings this past weekend, allowing just one run.— Anthony Edwards (@edwardsanthonyb) March 2, 2021
The last @UWSoftball pitcher to earn the award was Plain back in 2019.