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2015-16 Schedule
16-6, 4th in Pac-12
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18d

Cohen appointed Washington's interim AD

Jennifer Cohen, a senior associate athletic director and 15-year university employee, was appointed Washington's interim athletic director while the school searches for a permanent replacement.

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68dGraham Hays

As scorer and passer, Plum leads way for UW

Kelsey Plum is one of the nation's most prolific scorers. This season, the junior is Washington's de facto point guard, learning how valuable she can also be passing the ball to her teammates.

71d

No. 23 Syracuse women hold off Washington, 66-62

Brianna Butler scored 17 points and Alexis Peterson hit a jumper and added a pair of free throws in the final 1:37 to help No. 23 Syracuse hold off a furious rally by Washington to secure a 66-62

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95dMichelle Smith

Pac-12 preview: Beavers are new preseason favorite

The winds of change are blowing strong through the Pac-12. For the first time in 16 years, Stanford was not picked to win the league title. Instead, Oregon State was tabbed as the preseason pick.

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Miami Upsets Washington (0:29)
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323d

Motley's 30 lift Miami to upset of Washington

Sophomore Adrienne Motley scored 30 points and 11th-seeded Miami beat No. 6 Washington 86-80 on Friday in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament in Iowa City.

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353dMichelle Smith

Washington's Collier back on court after overcoming cancer

While on a recruiting visit to Washington in 2011,Katie Collier was diagnosed with leukemia. This season, she's back on the court after beating cancer, and an ACL tear, with her best basketball ahead of her.

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365d

Washington knocks off No. 7 Oregon State

Jazmine Davis scored 21 points, Aminah Williams added a career-high 20 and Washington beat No. 7 Oregon State 76-67 on Friday night.

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394dMichelle Smith

Plum paces Washington to 12-2 start

Washington sophomore Kelsey Plum ranks second in the nation in scoring and is setting the tone for a Huskies team that is about to embark on its most defining weekend in a decade.

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404d

Plum, Washington topple No. 5 Texas A&M

Kelsey Plum scored 20 of her 32 points in the first half, Talia Walton added a season-high 21 and Washington picked up its biggest nonconference regular-season win in nearly two decades with a 70-49 victory over No. 5 Texas A&M on Monday night.