The Huskies have 13 new faces on the roster this season. GoHuskies.com will present "Getting to know" segments on the newcomers leading up to the season. Up today, infielder Nyles Nygaard.
The UW Baseball team opened full-squad practices Friday at Husky Ballpark and not even a little drizzle could contain Joshua Fredendall's smile.
The Huskies have 13 new faces on the roster this season. GoHuskies.com will present "Getting to know" segments on the newcomers leading up to the season. Up first, left-handed pitcher Channing Nesbitt.
The Huskies will have a lot of holes to fill after five offensive stars moved on to the professional ranks, but Coach Lindsay Meggs has some young guns chomping at the bit to earn spots in the lineup.
The Husky Baseball team is proving that success on the field and academic success can go hand-in-hand. The team had the highest GPA of all UW male large teams and achieved a cumulative grade point average of 3.14 during the 2014 fall quarter, which represents the highest GPA for the team as far back as records go.
Despite losing two-thirds of their weekend rotation, key setup man Trevor Dunlap and 50 percent total of their inning-eaters, there is still plenty of talent left on the Huskies' pitching staff.
Husky senior Tyler Davis was named Second Team Louisville Slugger Pre-Season All-America by Collegiate Baseball newspaper. The right-hander from Mountain View, Calif., was one of six Pac-12 players named to the first- or second-team lists.
The Pac-12 Network and Conference released the 2015 baseball broadcast schedule and the Huskies are slated to appear on the network at least 22 times during the season.
On-deck for his final season with Husky Baseball, redshirt senior outfielder Will Sparks is preparing for his last spring on Montlake and is helping lead the Huskies toward another successful spring campaign.
Team RECON consisting of Will Ballowe, Henry Baker, Braden Bishop, Spencer Jones, Channing Nesbitt, Austin Rei and Will Sparks won the three-day Omaha Challenge, which wrapped up Tuesday in the Dempsey Indoor Center on Tuesday.
GoHuskies.com takes a look at the nine infielders and outfielders that make up the stellar 2015 Washington Baseball recruiting class.
A total of 14 student-athletes signed letters of intent to play collegiate baseball at Washington for coach Lindsay Meggs since last Wednesday. Among the group are three pitchers and two catchers, all of whom will be counted on helping the Huskies reach Omaha.