Dejounte Murray will wear No. 5 for UW men’s basketball team

Barring the late addition of another newcomer, Washington's men's basketball 2015-16 roster is complete. The Huskies added nine scholarship players, which marks the biggest roster makeover in coach Lorenzo Romar's 14-year tenure. UW has 12 scholarship players and could add another to reach the NCAA limit of 13 before the start of the season. Below...

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Former UW center Robert Upshaw goes undrafted, will sign with Lakers

Perhaps being booted from two teams in two years and admitting to a substance-abuse problem scared NBA teams away from Robert Upshaw, who wasn't among the 60 players selected in Thursday's NBA draft. Or maybe a heart condition that was detected at last month's NBA combine had something to do with the 7-foot shot-blocking phenom...

Shorter shot clock among changes in men’s college basketball

The NCAA approved multiple rule changes to men's basketball for the 2015-16 season, including a 30-second shot clock, a four-foot restricted-area arc and four timeouts instead of five for each team. The measures are aimed at improving the on-court product after scoring in Division I men’s basketball dipped to 67.6 points a game last season,...

Washington wins recruiting battle over Cal and lands Noah Dickerson

Well, that didn't take long. Noah Dickerson wasted little time and verbally committed to Washington on Thursday afternoon. The former Florida signee had planned to spend two days visiting with the Huskies before traveling to the Bay Arena this weekend and taking an official trip to California. However, the four-star prospect ended his recruitment after...

Will Conroy returns to UW as men's basketball assistant

Will Conroy, one of the most popular players in Washington men's basketball history, is returning to the Huskies. The 32-year-old former UW great was hired Thursday as an assistant on Lorenzo Romar's coaching staff. It's a move that will likely score points with Huskies fans who credit Conroy, the team's all-time assists leader, as one...

Cougars hire Marty Lees as their baseball coach

Washington State athletic director Bill Moos announced the hire of Marty Lees as the new Cougars baseball coach, citing Lees’ success as an assistant coach at Oklahoma State and Oregon State.

Washington reduces 2015-16 season ticket prices for men’s basketball games

After four consecutive years of attendance decline at Washington men's basketball home games, the Huskies are decreasing season ticket and parking prices by 5-7 percent for the 2015-16 season. It's the first time ticket prices have dipped in at least the past 10 years. The Huskies are also creating The Backcourt Club in the East...