Found December 14, 2012 on roundballchat.com:
Washington Coach: Lorenzo Romar (10 seasons at Washington 219-113) Overall 312-201, 16 years 2011-12: Record 24-11 overall, 14-4 in Pac 12 (1st) Starters Returning (2) Abdul Gaddy, Aziz N’Diaye Preseason Tournament: Hall of Fame Classic Top Non-Conference Games: vs. Colorado State, vs. St. Louis, at UConn Transfer Out: None Transfer In : Perris Balkwell (San Francisco), Giles Dierichx (FIU) Sat Out: Scott Suggs (injury), Andrew Andrews (redshirt), Jernard Jarreau (redshirt) Early Departure: Terrence Ross, Tony Wroten When the time a regular season champion in a BCS conference didn’t make the NCAA tournament? Well that happened to the Huskies despite going 14-4 in the Pac 12. Their weak non-conference schedule hurt them. Still head coach Lorenzo Romar won his third Pac 12 coach of the Year award. As for this year’s team they lose their top two scorers to the NBA, but they return there next three leading scorers and get back a key player from injury. The strength on this team will no ...
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