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- Mike Vorel from The Seattle Times explores the UW outside linebacker situation, now that Laiatu Latu has been forced into medical retirement.
Huskies will be on the field for the second day of Spring camp Friday:
DB Coach Will Harris could be heard on Day 1:
Coach Harris joins Tony Castricone, discussing the intelligence required by the nickel position, and who might be the next Husky to take on that roll:
Husky Roster updated for Spring:
Reminder: the latest UW football roster is always at https://t.co/NvtpSTctHQ— Husky Football News (@HuskyFBNews) April 8, 2021
At the top of that page, you'll find a printable, PDF version. Click on "Download."
Several updates (mostly height and weight updates to the 12 players who joined the team last week) just added.
Levi Onwuzurike is no longer an “under the radar” guy:
No. 7 Washington cruised to a 5-1 win against UCLA after an early avalanche of goals.
Starting fast against UCLA, @UW_MSoccer finds a 5-1 win, putting it in prime position for its next game against Stanford where it will compete for the Pac-12 title | via @luka_kucan https://t.co/PJI5ThMaOX— The Daily Sports (@UWDailySports) April 9, 2021
Christian Soto with a laser to the back of the net:
Washington is coming off its worst weekend of the season, losing back-to-back matches for the first time this season against No. 21 USC and No. 4 UCLA.
The upcoming @UW_WSoccer home matches may be the last for many seniors at Husky Soccer Stadium.— The Daily Sports (@UWDailySports) April 8, 2021
In addition to celebrating its departing players, the Huskies look to get back on track against the Beavers and Ducks | via @RajanHans14 https://t.co/x0VlGl4qM2
Track and Field
Junior Hannah Rusnak and senior Lyndsey Lopes were the two women that competed for Washington at the heptathlon. After four events, Lopes is currently in fifth place while Rusnak is in eighth place.