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Washington’s Chantel Osahor: One of a kind

Posted on by Andrew Harvey

Chantel Osahor has neither a conventional shot nor a conventional story. Which only adds delight in the University of Washington’s run to the women’s Final Four in Indianapolis.

Posted in Basketball, NCAA, Pac-12, University of Washington | 19 Comments

Sounders pair nominated for Soccer Hall of Fame

Posted on by SPNW Staff Posted in MLS, Seattle Sounders, Soccer | Comments Off
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Wagering at work on the Madness: It’s complex

Posted on by Art Thiel

March Madness pools are innocent fun to most, but the nation’s biggest annual gambling orgy can cause lots of awkwardness and trouble in the workplace. Right, Rick Neuheisel?

Posted in Basketball, NCAA, Weekly Roundup | 5 Comments

Mariners acquire RHP Vincent to fill out bullpen

Posted on by SPNW Staff

With the acquisition of veteran Nick Vincent from San Diego, and with Charlie Furbush on the DL, the Mariners have their bullpen set for Opening Day.

Posted in Baseball, MLB, Seattle Mariners | 3 Comments

NFL sets draft order, Seahawks have nine picks

Posted on by SPNW Staff

Barring trades, the Seahawks have nine selections in the April 28-30 NFL draft in Chicago. The total includes three compensatory picks for losing free agents.

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

Thiel: Mariners’ arena letter shows a will to talk

Posted on by Art Thiel

The Mariners are still dreaming of a remodeled KeyArena, but a letter from their law firm suggests a willingness to accept a Sodo arena, provided a list of conditions are met.

Posted in Arena, Baseball, MLB, Seattle Mariners | 75 Comments

Jays claim Montero; Cano, Cruz hit homers in win

Posted on by SPNW Staff

The lamentable Jesus Montero “era” came to an end Monday when the Toronto Blue Jays claimed the former catcher off waivers from the Mariners.

Posted in Baseball, MLB, Seattle Mariners, Weekly Roundup | 14 Comments

Paxton demoted, making Karns No. 5 starter

Posted on by SPNW Staff

The Mariners made newcomer Nathan Karns their No. 5 starter Monday by optioning Jamex Paxton, who struggled throughout the spring, to AAA Tacoma.

Posted in Baseball, MLB, Seattle Mariners | 3 Comments

Lee stays, Montero going; Cano hits 3 homers

Posted on by SPNW Staff

Dae-Ho Lee, the 33-year-old rookie from South Korea, has shown enough in spring training to win a platoon DH job ahead of Jesus Montero, who likely will be cut Monday.

Posted in Baseball, MLB, Seattle Mariners, Weekly Roundup | 2 Comments

Huskies historic: Top Stanford, reach Final Four

Posted on by SPNW Staff

After a wire-to-wire win over Stanford Sunday in Lexington, the University of Washington’s women’s team is in the Final Four for the first time.

Posted in Basketball, NCAA, Pac-12, University of Washington, Weekly Roundup | 27 Comments ← Older posts