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The Western Washington women's basketball team has been selected to win the conference in the GNAC preseason poll.
Leads the country in passing yards and touchdowns
The Western Hockey announced that Everett Silvertips' forward Ivan Nikolishin is the WHL Player of the Week for the week ending October 12, 2014.
Seattle WR Doug Baldwin says his heated comments following the loss to Dallas were understood by his teammates and he "felt like it needed to be said."
The top ranked Lynden Lions and 6th place Sedro Woolley Cubs on undefeated NWC collision course in the 2A October 24th.
With Wagner out, the Seahawks will move outside linebacker K.J. Wright to middle linebacker. With Wright moving inside, Super Bowl MVP Malcolm Smith will go into the starting lineup.
The 30 million viewers were the most for any program since the Academy Awards in March.
Jarryd Hayne announced his plans to seek a chance in the NFL. Seattle has been linked with Hayne because of a recent visit to the Pacific Northwest.
Lynden and Lynden Christian girls soccer teams both play scoreless ties
Seattle Seahawks slip from number 1 to number 5 after loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.
WWU Vikings get 7 out of 10 first place votes in Great Northwest Athletic Conference pre-season coaches poll.
The Seattle Sounders will start an independent lower-division USL Pro team beginning in 2015 called Seattle Sounders FC 2
First regular-season tourney win for the Vikings since 2011.
The 6-foot-7 Ross, taken eighth by the Raptors out of the university of Washington in 2012, averaged 8.7 points and 2.6 rebounds in 154 games.
Washington's Hau'oli Kikaha was chosen by ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. as defensive player of the year at the midway point of the season in an Insider article on ESPN.com.
It's called "We Are 12: the Seattle Seahawks and the Road to Victory."
Soccer's Luke Olney wins for the first time
Orem, a sophomore and Bellingham native, is tied for second in medalist play.
On top of questions about what they're trying to accomplish on offense, the Seattle Seahawks were left dealing with a list of injuries after losing to Dallas.
Chris Petersen knows about the rivalry between Oregon and Washington and how one-sided it can be.