Breakout closer Troy Rallings has found a new weapon: meditation. And the breakout Huskies have found their collective toughness in defying the expectations of a Pac-12 bottom feeder will be key at this weekend's regional at Mississippi, UW's first NCAA tournament games since 2004.
Four Huskies were named first-team All-Pac-12 while Lindsay Meggs was honored as Coach of the Year and Erik Forgione as Defensive Player of the Year.
Washington (39-15-1, 21-9 Pac-12), the second-place finishers in the Pac-12 Conference, are the No. 2 seed in the Oxford Regional in Oxford, Miss. The Huskies will face three-seed Georgia Tech (36-25) in Friday's game one at 1 p.m. PT at Swayze Field.
USA Baseball announced 21 semifinalists for the Golden Spikes Award Tuesday and Washington pitcher Tyler Davis was on the list.
The NCAA Division I Baseball selection committee announced the field of 64 for the championship Monday morning and Washington was selected to play in the Oxford, Miss. Regional. The Huskies (39-15-1) will face Georgia Tech (36-25) in their first round game on Friday, May 30 at 1 p.m. PT (ESPN3).
The Husky Baseball rode the arm of starter Jeff Brigham and ended the regular season with a 6-1 win over UCLA at a rainy Husky Ballpark Sunday afternoon.
UCLA sent 10 batters to the plate and scored five times in the ninth inning to rally for a 6-3 win over No. 8 Washington Saturday night at Husky Ballpark.
For the first time in 114 years of Huskies baseball history, Washington has been shutout three-straight game, this time by UCLA, 3-0, Friday night at Husky Ballpark. The Bruins (24-29-1, 11-17) snapped a 10-game losing streak and have now beat Washington (38-14-1, 20-8) 18-straight games dating back to 2006.
Something's gotta give as UCLA (23-29, 10-17 Pac-12) takes on Washington (38-13-1, 20-7 Pac-12) to conclude the regular season this weekend at Husky Ballpark. The Bruins have lost 10-straight games but have beaten the Huskies in 17-consecutive games dating back to 2006.
The newest watch list for the Pitcher of the Year Award was released Wednesday and Washington hurler Tyler Davis is among the 18 players on the list.
For the second-consecutive day, fifth-ranked Washington ran into a buzz saw, left-handed Oregon State pitcher and came out on the short end of a shutout, this time 3-0 Sunday in front of a third-consecutive sellout crowd at Goss Stadium.
Oregon State's Logan Ice broke a scoreless deadlock in the ninth with a double off the right field wall that scored Dylan Davis from second to give the Beavers a 1-0 win and even the series at one-game apiece.