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Friday Dots: The ride is over for UW Volleyball

But with nearly everyone returning, next season could be even better

2020 NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball Semifinals Photo by Jamie Schwaberow/NCAA Photos via Getty Images

Happy Friday, Dawg fans.

If you want to keep up-to-date with news concerning Washington Huskies athletics all in one easy-to-digest format, follow the official UW Dawg Pound Twitter account and — although he’s no longer with the DawgPound staff — Ryan Priest still has the best damn lists of UW’s beat reporters, Washington athletes, and Washington coaches, To the Dots!


Football Spring Camp

All set to invite you to the annual spring game with a noon kickoff on Saturday, May 1.


Go Huskies has a slideshow of pictures from Spring Camp.


The definition of “Coach Speak”


Retirement looks good on Chris Petersen

His question for the media: “Does anyone know what they are talking about?”


Volleyball loses in Semi Finals

Despite forcing Kentucky to play its first four-set match of the tournament, the No. 6 Washington volleyball it out of the NCAA tournament.

As of right now, every player except Maria Bogomolova will return for another season with the Huskies. Three seniors, including leading scorer Samantha Drechsel, will be back in the fall for another year.

“I know our athletes are bummed right now, but after that, there will be a lot of motivation in a short offseason to come back better than we were.’’ —Washington coach Keegan Cook.


Softball at UCLA this weekend

For the Huskies (34-6, 12-2 Pac-12), the upcoming series is all about revenge. The most recent time the two teams met was a 10-inning thriller in 2019 in the Women’s College World Series semifinals.


Men’s Tennis

After a loss to Stanford, the Huskies (10-10, 1-6 Pac-12) will once again face the No. 1 seeded Cardinal in the quarterfinals of the Pac-12 championships Saturday.


Women’s Tennis

Thursday’s match —less than 24 hours before the Huskies’ debut in the 2021 Pac-12 Championship tournament— marked the team’s worst loss of the season.


Shaq gives Back

“A light just hit me, it was like: Boom, your purpose is to help people.”


Retro Dot