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Wayback Machine: Washington’s ‘Strauss Boys’

Posted on by David Eskenazi

Alfred Strauss captained the 1903 University of Washington football team and then, as a prominent Chicago physician, recruited more than 150 Midwest athletes for the Huskies.

Posted in Wayback Machine, Weekly Roundup | Comments Off on Wayback Machine: Washington’s ‘Strauss Boys’

Chad Marshall named MLS Defender of Year

Posted on by SPNW Staff

Seattle’s Chad Marshall has now won Major League Soccer’s Defender of the Year award a record three times. Three more Sounders are finalists for postseason accolades.

Posted in MLS, Seattle Sounders, Soccer, Weekly Roundup | 1 Comment
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Russell Wilson orchestrated almost unique win

Posted on by Steve Rudman

The Seahawks have won only three games in franchise history in which their quarterback was sacked seven or more times. Russell Wilson has quarterbacked two of them.

Posted in Football, NFL, Seattle Seahawks, Weekly Roundup | 3 Comments

Thiel: Student mayhem an Apple Cup tradition

Posted on by Art Thiel

Huskies coach Chris Petersen is new to the Apple Cup, so perhaps he’ll get a snowy, freezing night in Pullman to really understand the high standards of the rivalry.

Posted in Football, Pac-12, University of Washington, Weekly Roundup | 32 Comments

Photo gallery, links: Seahawks find their groove

Posted on by Adam Lewis

The Seahawks used an inspired defensive performance, then spoke of a renewed team unity after Sunday’s convincing win over the Arizona Cardinals.

Posted in Football, NFL, Seattle Seahawks, Weekly Roundup | 4 Comments

Report: Seager nearing $100 million extension

Posted on by SPNW Staff

When third baseman Kyle Seager signs a $100 million extension, he will become the third player in three years that the Mariners have signed to a nine-figure contract.

Posted in Baseball, MLB, Seattle Mariners, Weekly Roundup | 3 Comments

2015 HOF ballot includes Johnson, Martinez

Posted on by SPNW Staff

Former Mariners ace Randy Johnson is among 17 first-time eligibles for induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Edgar Martinez is up for election for the sixth time.

Posted in Baseball, MLB, Seattle Mariners | 2 Comments

Lynch goes Least Mode for media duties

Posted on by SPNW Staff

After being fined $100,000 by the NFL for not doing mandatory interviews, Seahawks RB dispenses with the task Sunday in a most passive aggressive way.

Posted in Football, Media, NFL, Seattle Seahawks, Video | 12 Comments

Thiel: Seahawks meeting rekindled lost edge

Posted on by Art Thiel

A meeting organized by Carroll during the week was a catalyst to create “the best feeling we’ve had all year” on defense in the Seahawks’ win over division-leading Arizona.

Posted in Football, NFL, Seattle Seahawks, Weekly Roundup | 15 Comments

Huskies hold off Pacific 76-69 in ‘Harsh’ Classic

Posted on by SPNW Staff Posted in Basketball, Pac-12, University of Washington | 1 Comment ← Older posts Newer posts →