Washington sophomore defensive back Budda Baker has been named to the preseason watch list for the sixth annual Paul Hornung Award, given to the nation's most versatile college football player.
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Volleyball player Krista Vansant and football player Hau'oli Kikaha have been named the University of Washington's recipients of the annual Tom Hansen Conference Medal, the Pac-12 announced today.
A chronic hip injury has forced Washington quarterback Cyler Miles to retire from college football, head coach Chris Petersen announced today. Medical personnel have advised Miles that it would be against his best interest to continue to play on the injury, which has persisted throughout his career.
Nik Little, a wide receiver from Golden West College in Huntington Beach, Calif., has signed a financial aid agreement and will join the UW football team this fall, head coach Chris Petersen announced today.
City College of San Francisco quarterback Tony Rodriguez has signed a financial aid agreement and will join the Washington football team this coming season, head coach Chris Petersen confirmed today.
The game times for four UW football games this fall were announced today as the Pac-12 Conference and its television partners revealed the kickoff times and TV arrangements for the first three weeks of the 2015 season, as well as weekday games later in the season.
Washington All-America linebacker Hau'oli Kikaha became the fourth Husky selected in the first 44 picks of the 2015 NFL Draft as the New Orleans Saints made him their second-round pick.
For just the first time in program history, three former UW players were selected in the first round of the NFL Draft: Danny Shelton, Marcus Peters and Shaq Thompson.
There were many reasons fans wanted to come to Husky Stadium Saturday for the Spring Football Preview. But the one position battle that intrigued everyone in the stands was the quarterback competition.
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