In personal blog she has started, goalkeeper says she used 30-day suspension to reassess her life and career and posts that she opened up to teammates about events of past year.
Washington opened its four-game trip by beating Portland State in a midweek nonconference game, 9-0, in six innings Wednesday night in Hillsboro, Ore.
Huskies are led to runner-up spot behind Arizona State behind Frank Garber, who ties for fifth.
Coach Ken Whisenhunt also said he wouldn’t rule out that the former Ferndale High and University of Washington star might return.
Julia DePonte’s three-run homer capped a six-run first inning, and the No. 17 Huskies avoided a series sweep against No. 9 UCLA.
Golden Bears get 20 hits in sweeping the Huskies in a three-game baseball series.
The Huskies, seeded sixth in the Oklahoma City Region, fell to 11th-seeded Miami, 86-80, as Adrienne Motley scored 30 points for the Hurricanes. Kelsey Plum and Talia Walton had 17 points apiece for UW, who were in the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2007.
Huskies are in NCAA tournament for the first time since 2007, and open against Miami
Washington takes down Texas Tech, 7-1 and 8-5
The Huskies have won three consecutive events and solidified their status as the nation’s No. 1 team, and Yang has led the team in scoring in all three events, including her first career win last week in the Bay Area Invite.
A look at the Huskies-Hurricanes matchup
The Huskies gain the No. 6-seed in the Oklahoma City Region and will face No. 11-seed Miami on Friday in Iowa City, Iowa. The Huskies are making their first NCAA tournament appearance since 2007.
Chantel Osahor has provided the Huskies plenty of intangibles this season, one in which they are expected to reach their first NCAA tournament since 2007.
The Huskies finally end four-hour game with 8-7 victory over Arizona State at Husky Softball Stadium.
Considering the front-line deficiencies the past two years, Lorenzo Romar would be wise to make sure the Washington men’s basketball team doesn’t come up short in the big man department next season because his job may depend on it.
The Washington athletic director described the Huskies’ 16-15 season as “disappointing” and expects the Huskies will the snap their four-year NCAA tournament drought next year.
What the ex-UW star has no plans to do, according to Scott Locker, is play baseball, which was the immediate thought of some considering that the Angels still hold his rights after drafting him in the 10th round in 2009 and singing him to a six-year contract that included a $300,000 signing bonus.
Despite a full complement of players at their disposal and a big lift from Andrew Andrews and Nigel Williams-Goss, the Huskies lost 71-69 to No. 6 seed Stanford after Chasson Randle drained a three-pointer with 2.4 seconds left.
A season lost long ago concluded in a most heart-wrenching manner, with a good UW effort fading into a 71-69 loss to Stanford on Wednesday in the first round of the Pac-12 tournament.
The 12th-seeded Trojans rally past Sun Devils for 67-64 victory in Pac-12 tournament.