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- Fan Nation profiles New Mexico transfer running back Aaron Dumas, who says the Fresno State coaches knew he wanted to go with them the first time around.
Mike Vorel from The Seattle Times talked to Dumas, as well as Arizona State transfer WR Lonyatta Alexander:
Aaron Dumas wanted to commit to Kalen DeBoer out of HS, but Fresno State ran out of scholarships.— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) April 14, 2022
Lonyatta Alexander Jr. realized during a road game in Husky Stadium that he needed to come home.
Despite taking different paths to UW, both intend to excel: https://t.co/SlYb1C2gCM
Running Backs coach Lee Marks has only two healthy scholarship backs at the moment, but there is clearly an emphasis the all-purpose back in this offense. Marks calls it the “Marshall Faulk style complete running back.”
Husky wide receivers coach JaMarcus Shephard talks about his guys, and we find out he burns more calories than most coaches out there.
Sophomore cornerback Mishael Powell:
Former UW DB Kyler Gordon will attend the 2022 NFL draft in Las Vegas. Trent McDuffie will not. https://t.co/iLQcEGgXMD— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) April 14, 2022
Junior Jadelyn Allchin connected with an 0-2 pitch to lead off the fifth inning for her third home run of the year, giving UW a 4-3 lead. Plain retired nine of the final 10 batters she faced, and recorded her first win since March 12 against Colorado State
No. 11 @UWSoftball got the upper hand against Oregon State and its ace Mariah Mazon on Thursday night, launching two home runs in a 2-1 win at Husky Softball Stadium for its first Pac-12 home win of the season.https://t.co/h3wSTQMLBY— Anthony Edwards (@edwardsanthonyb) April 15, 2022
Early dinger for UW:
UW falls to (16-16, 6-10 Pac-12):
Garfield 4-star signed officially:
Brown Jr. hitting threes now?
Washington Husky guard Terrell Brown Jr. canned 8 of 13 shots, including 2 of 3 from deep for a game-high 23 points in his second outing at Portsmouth Invitational Tournament. Also had 4 assists, 3 rebounds and 0 turnovers in 30 minutes. pic.twitter.com/hVFI0xIOR6— Percy Allen (@percyallen) April 15, 2022
UW owns a record of 15-8 and 2-4 in conference this year:
Fifth year player Jack Davis has 17 overall singles wins for the season, and he’ll have a chance to tie his freshman year singles total this weekend:
Track and Field
Congratulations to Rosalie Fish on being one of only 58 national awardees of the prestigious Truman Scholarship. The scholarship recognizes aspiring leaders driven to make change at the systems level:
When President @amcauce makes a surprise visit, you know she's got Big News❗️— Washington Track & Field (@UWTrack) April 14, 2022
Our own Rosalie Fish has earned one of the most prestigious scholarships in the nation for public service. She is now a Truman Scholar!
>> https://t.co/9gqTY6SdYD#GoHuskies pic.twitter.com/WoEjYpdMMz
Begins 10am Saturday for Huskies as they take on Portland: