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  1. Academics cause Washington State transfer

    Diamond Leung

    James Watson had quite a life story to tell during his time at Washington State, and unfortunately for the freshman, his basketball career will now be taking a detour because of academics. Watson, a 6-foot-7 forward who appeared in 29 of the Couga...

    Blog | June 08, 2010
  2. Pac-10 loses another transfer

    Diamond Leung

    Freshman forward Victor Rudd has received his scholarship release from Arizona State, becoming the fourth player on the team to transfer. The 6-foot-7 Rudd averaged 6.2 minutes in the 15 games he played. He's the second player in the Sun Devils' r...

    Blog | May 13, 2010
  3. New Mexico loses an unsurprising transfer

    Diamond Leung

    New Mexico has announced that Nate Garth will transfer after the sophomore guard asked for and received his scholarship release Thursday. Attrition was expected since the Lobos, with Arizona State transfer Demetrius Walker set to arrive, had run o...

    Blog | May 07, 2010
  4. Former Ute Brown looking at NBA

    Diamond Leung

    Carlon Brown opted to transfer from Utah after his junior season, and now he's entered the NBA draft while also looking at options on where he might play his senior season. Brown, a 6-foot-5 guard, led the Utes in scoring with 12.6 points per game...

    Blog | April 30, 2010
  5. Exodus from the Pac-10 continues

    Diamond Leung

    The Pac-10 used to lose players to the NBA, but this offseason, they're simply leaving for other schools. Freshman forward Clarence Trent Wednesday became the latest player to bolt and find a new home elsewhere, transferring from Washington across...

    Blog | April 21, 2010
  6. Romar touches on issues with transfers

    Diamond Leung

    Washington coach Lorenzo Romar told reporters he was surprised, but not shocked by the transfer of guard Elston Turner. The sophomore who hit big 3-pointers coming off the bench during the Huskies' late-season run into the Sweet 16, would have had...

    Blog | April 16, 2010
  7. Final: Washington 82, New Mexico 64

    Diamond Leung

    SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Washington might have entered the NCAA tournament a No. 11 seed, but the Huskies crushed New Mexico 82-64 to advance to the Sweet 16. Quincy Pondexter scored 18, and Matthew Bryan-Amaning came up huge down low with 15 points a...

    Blog | March 20, 2010
  8. Halftime: Washington 44, New Mexico 32

    Diamond Leung

    SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Quick thoughts from the Pac-10 vs. Mountain West game... Washington is off to a fast start, with Quincy Pondexter scoring 10 points and Isaiah Thomas scoring nine. All of Thomas' points have come on 3-pointers. The Huskies a...

    Blog | March 20, 2010
  9. Final: Washington 80, Marquette 78

    Diamond Leung

    SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Quincy Pondexter simply refused to let his career end tonight. Pondexter used an up-and-under move to lay the ball up and in with 1.7 seconds left, lifting Washington to an 80-78 first-round victory against No. 6-seeded Marquet...

    Blog | March 18, 2010
  10. Huskies think they can dance

    Diamond Leung

    Percy Allen of the Seattle Times points to this wacky clip of Washington players and even coach Lorenzo Romar moving to Cascada's "Evacuate the Dancefloor." The game operations crew at Bank of America Arena apparently plays the Dancin' Dawgs video...

    Blog | February 03, 2010