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Friday Dots: Fab Glab

A terrific college debut sparks Husky softball in opener, MBB team’s dramatic rally comes up short

NCAA SOFTBALL: MAY 23 Playoff Regional - Michigan v Washington Photo by Jacob Snow/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Softball Dots

  • Washington opened their season in Puerto Vallarta last night against #17 Nebraska led by former Oklahoma superstar pitcher Jordy Bahl. The Huskies made her throw 39 pitches in the first inning before she eventually left injured and ended up run-ruling the Cornhuskers 8-0 in 5 innings.
  • True freshman Jadyn Glab had one heck of a college debut. Her first at-bat provided an RBI single against Bahl and she later had a three-run homer to end up: 2/2, HR, 4 RBI. Glab was the #9 recruit in the country per Fast Pitch Softball and looked like it.
  • Washington has 3 more games in the tournament including a double-header tonight playing Utah Valley at 4p PT followed by #1 Oklahoma at 6:30p PT. They finish out the weekend playing Iowa State at 2p PT on Saturday.

Basketball Dots

  • The men’s team traveled to Oregon last night and fell behind 20 points in the 2nd half after missing 15 straight 3-point attempts. They somehow pulled off a furious rally to get within a single point but could never get over the hump and fell 85-80.
  • Jon Wilner did his Pac-12 Hot Seat update before last night’s game and put the chances of Hop’s dismissal at 60%. 6 of UW’s next 7 games are against teams ranked 30 spots worse than the Huskies at KenPom.
  • Things don’t get any easier for the women’s team tonight as they finish off their stretch of 5 straight games against ranked opponents by hosting #6 Stanford. Washington is 1-3 in this stretch of 5 straight against top-20 squads.

Football Dots