After having not won Pac-12 Player of the Week honors since 2009, the Huskies have took come Conference honors in back-to-back weeks. Senior Brian Wolfe was named Pac-12 Player of the week by Commissioner Larry Scott after he hit a team-best .563 (9-for-16) with a home run, 4 RBIs and 5 runs as Washington went 4-0 with a win against Portland on Tuesday and a three-game sweep against Arizona.
The Washington Baseball team capped an amazing opening weekend at brand new Husky Ballpark Sunday with an 8-0 shutout against Arizona to sweep the series and ensure themselves of at least a tie for first atop the Pac-12 standings.
Tyler Davis pitched masterfully over seven innings and Washington clinched the series win over Arizona after the Huskies beat the Wildcats 5-2 Saturday afternoon at Husky Ballpark.
Sophomore catcher Austin Rei drove in four runs, including two in the deciding sixth inning, as Washington overcame two deficits to beat Arizona, 8-7, in the first game at new Husky Ballpark Friday night.
The new, $15 million "Diamond on Montlake" shimmers on a sunny, blue-sky, debut night on Lake Washington. More than 100 former Huskies turn out to see a decades-old dream come true -- and UW rally to beat Arizona 8-7. "It's just awesome."
Washington (13-5-1, 2-1), winners of three-straight and 10 of its last 11, will play in Seattle for the first time this season as brand new 2,400-seat Husky Ballpark is unveiled for the first time. The Huskies welcome in Arizona (11-12, 1-2) as their first opponent at the new ballpark.
Friday marks a new era for Washington Baseball as Husky Ballpark is unveiled for the first time to the public. UW hosts Arizona this weekend, starting tomorrow night at 6:00 p.m.
After thinking – many times – he'd never pitch again because of a torn elbow ligament, junior right-hander Jeff Brigham is wowing scouts with a 98-mph fastball. He is undefeated with a 1.29 ERA through five starts. And he is acutely aware of the need to have a Plan B for life beyond baseball.
Washington scored seven runs in the first two innings and made it stand up Tuesday in a 7-6 win over Portland at Cheney Stadium in Tacoma, Wash. It was the final tune up for Washington (13-5-1, 2-1) before they open up Husky Ballpark on Friday against Arizona.
Husky second baseman Andrew Ely was named the Pac-12 Baseball Player of the week as announced by the Conference earlier today.
Andrew Ely couldn't remember the last time he hit a game-winning home run. What he did know is that Arizona State reliever Ryan Burr would want to get ahead of him in the count in the 11th inning.
Washington scored six times in the eighth inning to break open a 3-3 tie and beat Arizona State, 9-3, Saturday night at Packard Stadium in Tempe, Ariz. to even the Pac-12 series opener for both teams at one game apiece.