Washington women's basketball completed another strong season, winning 20 games for a third-straight season.
Husky rookie Kelsey Plum has been named a Freshman All-American by FullCourt.com.
Selfless, adaptable Mercedes Wetmore played her UW-record 126th and final game for the Huskies Monday night. That was after being their remarkably efficient point guard for three consecutive 20-win seasons – for three head coaches. Now, it's directly to softball. "I'm very lucky," she says. So are the Huskies.
Washington's run through the WNIT came to an end on Monday night at UTEP. In front of 10,227 loud fans, the Miners prevailed, 70-63.
Husky head coach Mike Neighbors was honored Monday by the Women's Basketball Coaches Association.
Washington (20-13) looks to continue its run through the WNIT on Monday at 6:00 p.m., PT, when they travel to UTEP (27-7).
Washington (20-13) advanced to the Elite Eight of the WNIT, defeating San Diego (24-9), 62-55, on Wednesday night at Alaska Airlines Arena.
Washington continues with the WNIT on Wednesday night, hosting San Diego in the third round.
Husky senior Mercedes Wetmore was honored with the release of the Pac-12 All-Academic teams on Wednesday as announced by the conference offices.
Washington used a big second half to defeat Oregon, 93-85, and advance to the Sweet 16 of the WNIT.
Washington continues with the second round of the WNIT on Monday night at Oregon.
After a long layoff, Washington showed some early rust, but then cruised to a 67-50 victory over Hawai'i in the first round of the WNIT.