Brockman Collects Five Awards

SEATTLE - Sophomore Jon Brockman collected five team awards, including the KJR Radio Most Valuable Player trophy at the annual Washington men's basketball banquet, Wednesday at Bank of America Arena.
April 11, 2007

Do you believe in miracles?

With the Washington Huskies on their longest losing streak in three years, things are looking flat-out bleak. Hans Gasser and Brandon Burmeister have a chance to make school history, but they'll have to do their best 1980 USA Hockey team imitation to pull off a Pac-10 Tournament title. But they have two more games left - two games left to figure it out.
February 28, 2007

Match-ups: UW vs. Gonzaga

With the No. 13 Washington Huskies traveling for their first road test against the Gonzaga Bulldogs this Saturday, some streaks are on the line. Whose streak will end? The Huskies unbeaten streak so far in 2006 or the Bulldogs' 44-game home winning streak? Either way, it's going to come down to match-ups. Here's my take on who has the edge.
December 8, 2006

Wooden win a meaningful one for Romar

Sure there was some trepidation going on the road, but it had to happen sometime. So Lorenzo Romar and the Washington Huskies headed south to Arrowhead Pond to play New Mexico in the John Wooden Classic. How would they respond on the road? How would the freshmen play in their first road test? Here's what they all had to say after the 81-71 win over the Lobos.
December 10, 2005

Final Rankings 2003: Centers

It's the final rankings for the class of 2003. The centers have one truly elite player at the top, and then some who have a chance to be very good centers on the college level...
May 12, 2003

Gasser talks about commitment

Hans Gasser, who led his Issaquah hoops team to the Class 3A championship game for the first time in the history of the school, has verbally committed to the Washington Huskies to play basketball this fall. The 6-10, 230-pound Gasser, who scored 28 points and pulled down 11 boards in the 65-56 loss to Rainier Beach, made his decision yesterday during an unofficial visit to the school.
March 28, 2003

Gasser commits to Washington

Hans Gasser, a 6-10, 230-pound big man from Issaquah, Washington, has verbally committed to play basketball for the Washington Huskies, according to his mother Beth. We reached her this morning and she confirmed the news. Hans picked the Dawgs over an offer from Eastern Washington and a trip offer from USC.
March 28, 2003