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- Wenatchee product Camden Sirmon has made the move to running back and he’s currently running with the first team. How has the transition gone and whose idea was it to make the move?
- Safety Alex Cook is taking on a leadership role: “When I told myself I was going to come back, I said, ‘Yeah, I’ve got to step up and be the leader now.’
The only coach retained from the Lake/Petersen era: “The goal is to get the best five guys out there. They need to play together.”
Ten out of 11 football coaches changed over at the UW. Scott Huff stayed put. https://t.co/AMe7Hyhyuy— Washington Huskies on SI (@HuskyMaven) April 7, 2022
Vic Curne has started the Huskies’ past 16 games, second only to fellow offensive lineman Henry Bainivalu (18).
In our UW Fresh Start series, we look at Vic Curne. Last year a tackle, this spring a guard. https://t.co/8Il1o4esVQ— Washington Huskies on SI (@HuskyMaven) April 7, 2022
Diamond Dawgs looking to end three-game skid:
The Huskies (14-13, 5-7) are on the road at Berkeley, CA this weekend for a series against the Golden Bears (13-15, 5-7). Delivering pitches for the Dawgs will be RHPs Jared Engman, Calvin Kirchoff, and Case Matter.— Washington Baseball (@UW_Baseball) April 7, 2022
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Coming off a sweep of Oregon, the UW Men (15-6, 2-2) are in the Bay Area this weekend, taking on Stanford and Cal:
The women (13-7, 4-3) are at home vs Stanford & Cal:
Four years ago: