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Washington Hosts Arizona State on Thursday

Washington Hosts Arizona State on Thursday

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SEATTLE – Washington (12-9, 4-6) returns to Alaska Airlines Arena for a pair of games this week against opponents from Arizona.

Winners of three of their last four, the Huskies host Arizona State Thursday night. Roxy Bernstein and Corey Williams have the call, tipping off at 8 p.m. on ESPNU while Tony Castricone and Jason Hamilton will call the action on the Husky Sports Network, and locally on Sports Radio KJR-AM 950.


Mike Hopkins and his staff will wear suits and sneakers for Coaches vs. Cancer.

The Matchup

This is the 91st meeting between the teams. Arizona State won 73-65 earlier this month – the third win for the Sun Devils in the last four matchups and seventh in the last 10. ASU last swept the season series in 2020-21 when both games were in Tempe. Both teams are 2-2 in the last four meetings at Hec Ed. The Sun Devils last won in Seattle in Feb. 2020.


Last Time Out

Washington couldn’t overcome the Utah Utes and were defeated 86-61 on Saturday.  Keion Brooks Jr. led the Huskies with 17 points, nine rebounds and four blocks.  It was the first meeting between the two teams this season. The Huskies have made 7+ three-pointers in six-straight games. Game recap



Signing Day

Four-star recruit Wesley Yates III (Beaumont, Texas/Beaumont United) signed a National Letter of Intent on Nov. 16, announcing his commitment to Washington. Yates is the 37th-ranked prospect on ESPN’s Top-100. The signing continues the momentum built from last year’s class, which includes the No. 1 rated player in the state of Washington, Tyler Linhardt (Seattle, Wash./King’s HS) and guard Keyon Menifield Jr. (Mount Morris, Mich./Phoenix [Ariz.] Prep).



Up Next

The Huskies host No. 6 Arizona on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. The game is a White Out so fans should grab their white UW apparel and head to Hec Ed!


Season tickets, passes and single-game tickets are available.


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