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WVC takes third at NWAC tournament

EVERETT – It appears the only team that could get in the way of the Lady Knights’ hot streak was the eventual Northwest Athletic Conference champions.

WVC takes third at NWAC championship tournament

EVERETT – It appears the only team that could get in the way of the Lady Knights’ hot streak were the eventual Northwest Athletic Conference champions, the Lane Titans.

WSU’s Williams looks to boost stock at Pro Day

At the end of last season, after he shed his sweaty Washington State jersey for the final time, hoisted the Sun Bowl trophy with his teammates and posed for photos, Dom Williams hugged Gabe Marks and said, “Keep it going.”

Connecticut tops Cincy in four-overtime thriller

ORLANDO, Fla. — Jalen Adams hit a 3-pointer from three-quarters court to force a fourth overtime, and Daniel Hamilton scored 30 points to help Connecticut beat Cincinnati 104-97 Friday in a quadruple-overtime thriller between a pair NCAA tournament bubble teams at The American Athletic Conference tournament in Orlando, Fla.

Ex-Husky guard Robinson interested in starting new NFL career

SEATTLE — Nate Robinson, a former multi-sport star at Rainier Beach High School and the University of Washington before playing 11 seasons in the NBA, said in a YouTube video released this week (see below) that he wants to play in the NFL.

WVC falls to Lane in nailbiting NWAC semi

EVERETT — At the end of a thrilling game of basketball at Everett Community College on Saturday, the WVC Lady Knights just ran out of steam, and they saw their season come to a heartbreaking end as a result.

Wild advance to second round of playoffs

LANGLEY, British Columbia — Next stop, Chilliwack! With solid goal tending, quality defense and just enough offense, the Wenatchee Wild will extend its postseason thanks to a narrow 3-1 win over the Langley Rivermen Friday in front of 519 fans at George Preston Recreation Centre. The Wild will advance to play division foe the Chilliwack Chiefs starting next weekend on the road.

Column | Bulldogs, Zag nation breathe sigh of relief

LAS VEGAS — In the confetti squall and general delirium at Orleans Arena on Tuesday night, Gonzaga coach Mark Few came face to face with Jonathan Fierro, the ramrod of the HBO crew which has had its lenses and microphones in every inch of airspace surrounding the Bulldogs the last few weeks as their cable serial has unfolded.

Huskies can’t hold off Ducks

LAS VEGAS — With red eyes and a low voice, Lorenzo Romar could say only what he’s said after so many other frustrating losses this season.

WVC women beats Bellevue, will meet Lane on Saturday

EVERETT — The Lady Knights women’s basketball team had little problem dusting away Bellevue in the Northwest Athletic Conference quarterfinals at Everett Community College on Thursday.

Cougars hoops ends season with loss to Buffs

LAS VEGAS — Colorado sophomore George King led the Buffaloes with 21 points on 7 of 12 shooting from the field in their 80-56 victory over Washington State in the opening round of the Pac-12 tournament Wednesday in Las Vegas.

Gonzaga wins West Coast Conference

LAS VEGAS — Eric McClellan and Josh Perkins, targets of criticism earlier this season, performed synchronized snow angels and staged a confetti fight on the debris-covered Orleans Arena court.

Gonzaga edges BYU in WCC semis

LAS VEGAS — Gonzaga kept its WCC tournament and NCAA tournament hopes alive with a thrilling 88-84 WCC tournament semifinal victory over BYU late Monday night at the Orleans Arena.

In his own words: Andrew Andrews on UW career

As the only senior on a freshmen-laden team, Andrew Andrews had a unique point of view on this season of Husky men’s basketball. Andrews, who led the Pac-12 in scoring at 21.2 points per game and was named a first-team all-conference player on Monday, shares a few thoughts about the season with The Seattle Times: