Washington star Nigel Williams-Goss transfers to Gonzaga

When he announced his decision to leave the Huskies, Nigel Williams-Goss said he was uncomfortable with changes in the program.

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Gilles Dierickx transfers to Seattle Pacific

Gilles Dierickx, who left Washington after two seasons with the Huskies, is staying in town and will finish his collegiate basketball career at Seattle Pacific University. The 7-foot Belgian center should help offset losses along the front line for the Falcons, which won the Great Northwest Athletic Conference tournament and regular-season title before falling in...

Jernard Jarreau leaving Washington

The turnstile at Washington continues to spin. On the day the Huskies welcomed Hazen High star Dominic Green, they said goodbye to Jernard Jarreau who was granted his release. The fourth-year junior, who redshirted his first season with the Huskies and is expected to graduate this summer, will be immediately eligible for the 2015-16 season....

Dominic Green signs with Washington

Hazen High star Dominic Green signed a scholarship Monday to continue his basketball career at Washington. “We are very excited to bring Dominic into our Husky program,” coach Lorenzo Romar said in a statement released by the school. “He is an outstanding shooter with a nose for scoring the basketball. He has tremendous length and...

Dominic Green explains why he chose Washington

The Washington men's basketball team picked up Dominic Green, the Hazen High star who verbally committed to the Huskies on Sunday. Adding the 6-7 wing is a significant gain for UW considering he signed a scholarship with Arizona State last November and received his release 10 days ago. He's a four-star prospect by Scout who...

Dominic Green commits to Washington

Washington picked up a verbal commitment from Dominic Green, the Hazen High star who signed a scholarship with Arizona State and received his release 10 days ago. https://twitter.com/Mr_Green_25/status/592457341477462017 Green is a 6-6, 175-pound wing who is considered a four-star recruit by Scout while ESPN and Rivals gave him three stars. He averaged 23 points at...

Lorenzo Romar sounds off on last season, big personalities and conflicting agendas

During a lengthy discussion last week with Washington men's basketball coach Lorenzo Romar, he blamed in part the demise of last season's 16-15 team on his inability to incorporate players' personalities and get them to sacrifice their personal goals for team accomplishments. He also attributed the downturn after an 11-0 start on the attrition along...

Matthew Atewe explains why he chose Washington

Former Auburn forward/center Matthew Atewe is transferring to Washington. The redshirt freshman will have to sit out next season due to NCAA transfer rules. Atewe sat out the 2014-15 season due to a stress fracture in his left leg. The same injury forced him to miss the first five games of the 2013-14 season when...

Washington receives commitment from Auburn transfer

Matthew Atewe, who left the Auburn men's basketball team in March, is transferring to Washington. The 6-8, 230-pound center/forward visited the Huskies over the weekend and announced his decision Monday morning. https://twitter.com/MatthewAtewe41/status/590171090464481280 Atewe, a redshirt freshman, is billed as a defensive-minded big man who sat out the 2014-15 season due to a leg injury. After...