LOS ANGELES -- Playing its final home game of the season, Southern California didn't honor any seniors. The Trojans don't have any. That lack of experience has cost the last-place Trojans plenty and it's reflected in their record. They start three freshmen and two sophomores, but the youngsters were good enough to beat short-handed Washington 70-55 Saturday night.
March 1, 2015
SEATTLE - The Huskies plumbed new depths after a nationally-televised 86-62 flattening courtesy of the No. 7 Arizona Wildcats Friday night at Alaska Airlines Arena. The loss is the Huskies sixth in a row, and dropped their record to 14-10 overall, 3-9 in conference play.
February 13, 2015
CORVALLIS, Ore. -- Gary Payton II had 17 points and five steals and Oregon State defeated Washington 64-50 on Sunday, improving the Beavers to a school-record 14-0 at home to start the season. Oregon State is 16-7 overall for its best record over 23 games since the 1989-90 team started 19-4. That was the last time Oregon State went to the NCAA tournament.
February 8, 2015
EUGENE, Ore. -- Joseph Young scored 32 points to surpass 2,000 for his four-year career and lead Oregon to a 78-74 over Washington on Wednesday night. Young, who scored 916 points in his first two seasons at Houston, floated in a driving shot with 23.8 seconds left for the winning points. Young, who now has 2,002 points, is the fifth active NCAA Division I player to reach the milestone.
February 4, 2015
SEATTLE (AP) — Sam Singer hit a 3-pointer from the top of the key with five seconds left to lift California to a 90-88 win over Washington on Sunday. Singer's shot came after Nigel Williams-Goss gave Washington an 88-87 lead, its first since early in the first half, with a short jumper at 19.5 seconds.
February 1, 2015
Washington entered the 2014-2015 season with the most promising front court of the Lorenzo Romar era. After rising as high as 13th in the country after an impressive 11-0 start, the Huskies quickly found out how thin the line between success and failure can be.
January 30, 2015
SEATTLE - With the dismissal of Robert Upshaw less than 72 hours old, the Washington Huskies had to play a basketball game - and they didn't have any answers for the Stanford Cardinal. Led by the 23 points of Anthony Brown, Stanford used balanced scoring and a relentless inside attack to wear out Washington 84-74 Wednesday night at Alaska Airlines Arena in front of an announced crowd of 6832.
January 28, 2015