Adrian Oliver - First Team All-WAC

In a vote by the nine conference coaches, San Jose State University guard Adrian Oliver was named one of five first-team All-Western Athletic Conference (WAC) men's basketball players for the 2009-10 season.
March 7, 2010

LA Tech Defends First Place

Louisiana Tech hasn't been to the NCAA Tournament since 1991, but the Bulldogs were making their case on a couple of different fronts.
January 29, 2010

Tuesday Press Conference Notes

SEATTLE - Lorenzo Romar admitted it, as much as it may have pained him to do so: his team played pretty well in winning the Athletes in Action Basketball Classic this past weekend. In fact, they even played above expectations. But that doesn't mean Romar isn't chomping at the bit to get those hoop dawns back in the gym and back to business.
November 17, 2009

State of the Program

As the Washington basketball team staggers through a second-straight mediocre season, fans are starting to grumble and they want answers. Despite the outstanding success of Lorenzo Romar's first four seasons, a year-and-a-half of average basketball has stopped the program's momentum in its tracks. In the face of player transfers and rising ticket prices, expectations are still as high as ever.
February 5, 2008

Brockman has career night in NIT win

SEATTLE - The Huskies weren't wondering at all as to how they were going to gameplan against Luke Nevill. It was simple - they were going to go right at the 7-foot-1 Utah center. Led by Jon Brockman's career-high 31 points and 18 rebounds, Washington defeated the Utes 83-77 to take the West Region of the Pre-Season NIT.
November 14, 2007

Huskies half-way there

SEATTLE - The game was never in doubt, the score was never in question. In fact, Washington's 88-47 win over NJIT in the West Regional Seminfinal of the NIT Season Tip-Off tournament at Bank of America Arena was supposed to be a game where the Huskies could put in some of their younger players to gain confidence. They did just that.
November 13, 2007

#7 - Washington Huskies

Can a team lose an NBA lottery pick at center and be a better team? The 2007-2008 Washington Huskies will attempt to answer that very question in the affirmative after losing one-and-done freshman center Spencer Hawes.
November 12, 2007

DawgmanRadio - Beach

In this segment of Dawgman Radio, Kim Grinolds talks to the unquestioned head of hoops for and Sports Washington - and he simply goes by Beach. Beach was on hand to see the Huskies' defeat Seattle Pacific by nine in an exhibition game Monday, so he talks about what he saw in the win, as well as a player-by-player evaluation, and also a look as to the Hoop Dawgs' future.
November 7, 2007