Happy Monday Dawg fans, and welcome to today’s Dots.
- At first, Will Smith’s slap on Chris Rock looked hella fake to me. I guess it wasn’t (?)
Will Smith won an Oscar and got into a fight— ᴀʀᴅᴀ Öᴄᴀʟ (@Arda) March 28, 2022
He’s one assist away from a Gordie Howe Hat Trick #Oscars
- Dawgman has their “Washington Spring Preview All-In-One”, as well as jersey number and height and weight updates. Is it weird for the half-dozen players who are officially shorter than they were last year?
- Dan Raley profiles OL Gaard Memmelaar. The 2020 recruiting class was loaded with O-lineman that Husky fans are still waiting to see.
- ICYMI: “How UW coach Kalen DeBoer forged a championship blueprint in Sioux Falls, SD” (Mike Vorel, Seattle Times)
- Softball hosted #3 UCLA and the Bruins took a 3-game sweep. “Late rally comes up short as UW matches worst conference start in school history” (Anthony Edwards, UW Daily)
B10 | With two outs, ASU gets two aboard to make things interesting, but Tincher comes through with the catch of the day to send things to the 11th.— Washington Baseball (@UW_Baseball) March 27, 2022
UW 4 ASU 4
- And here’s more on the catcher who made that spectacular catch: “UW catcher Johnny Tincher is the Huskies’ hottest hitter. But it didn’t happen by accident.” (Scott Hanson, Seattle Times)
The fastest AND the SECOND-fastest 10k times in University of Washington history came tonight!— Washington Track & Field (@UWTrack) March 26, 2022
crossed just three seconds behind Brian Fay to now sit #⃣2⃣ in school history.#GoHuskies pic.twitter.com/MGIMXsTlKA
- Read more here on “Fay, Lumb Run Two Fastest 10k Times In UW History” at the Raleigh Relays.
This morning on Montlake Cut, the UW men's rowing team earned wins in all four races vs. WSU.— Washington Rowing (@UW_Rowing) March 26, 2022
Next Saturday, the Huskies play host to Stanford and Oregon State.
UW-WSU recap: https://t.co/owrSSYQhNM#RowingU x #BoysInTheBoat pic.twitter.com/IHMIBZKhFI
The Washington women came home from the San Diego Crew Classic with the Laurel Kornholz Perpetual Trophy, as well as third-place finishes in three other races.— Washington Rowing (@UW_Rowing) March 27, 2022
Details: https://t.co/AR7Ih6kwvA#RowingU x #WomenOfWashington pic.twitter.com/RRE8dTnz3s