Posted January 10, 2012 on
Back to the friendly confines of Alaska Airlines Arena, the Washington Huskies will play host to Redhawks of Seattle University. The game is set for a 7 p.m. PST tip and will be aired live on ROOT Sports in the Pacific Northwest.
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Washington Huskies blogger Clinton Bell tells us UW football tight-end Austin Seferian-Jenkins is a fast and athletic tight end, but what can he be on the hardcourt for the 2012 UW Huskies hoops team? Seferian-Jenkins needs to be careful about this move to the court. Injuries happen. At 6'6" 258, Seferian-Jenkins will definitely bring some added muscle.
We're hearing via Percy Allen's UW hoops blog at the Seattletimes that Washington Huskies tight end Austin Sefarian-Jenkins will play basketball this season. Percy goes on to say "Romar said the 6-6 freshman will practice today with the team, but doesn't expect he'll play tomorrow against Seattle University." ASJ said he's got the blessing from Coach...
Another North West Coach in the spotlight today. Current University of Washington Huskies head coach Lorenzo Romar. Clinton Bell one of our Washington Huskies bloggers points out Coach Romar has been a perfect fit for the University of Washington men's basketball program for the last 10 seasons. He can also be remembered for his short NBA career and playing for AIA.
Justin Dentmon was named the Pac-10′s Most Improved Player as a senior during the 2008-09 NCAA season with the Washington Huskies, but the 6-foot guard has improved quite a bit since. He’s looking to show NBA decision-makers just how much more he’s improved this week while playing with the Austin Toros in the NBA D-League…
Can the Huskies play like Seattle U.? The Redhawks made this a game because of their coaching strategy. Cameron Dollar came into this game with a plan and executed. Seattle U. came after the Dawgs from the start and was relentless in their full-court press for 40 minutes. UW was pressured into many turnovers and bad shots because of the press and half-court...
The Washington Huskies take on the Seattle University Redhawks Tuesday night to continue the series between the inner-city foes.
The Dawgs are looking to build on their first road win of the season in this out-of-conference game and to prepare themselves for Washington State this Sunday. The Huskies posted two extremely poor outings on their first conference road trip of the season...
CJ Wilcox poured in a career-high 25 points to lead the Huskies to a gritty 91-83 victory over a gritty Seattle University squad. The Redhawks gave the Huskies all they could handle with their full-court press, as they forced the Dawgs into 11 second-half turnovers to keep it close.
C.J. Wilcox's career-high 25 points off the bench and Tony Wroten's 24 points, six assists and four rebounds help stave off a frantic rally by Seattle University in Washington's intense, foul-filled, 91-83 win Tuesday night at Alaska Airlines Arena.