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Washington Caps Off Four-Game Homestand Sunday

Nov 18, 2022

SEATTLE -- The Washington women's basketball team (3-0) caps off its season-opening non-conference homestand with a matchup vs. Idaho State (1-2) at Alaska Airlines Arena. This will be the second meeting all-time between the programs. The game tips off Sunday at 5 p.m. PT and will be aired on the Pac-12 Network with Elise Woodward and Mary Murphy on the call. Gary Hill will call the action on 1090 KPTR-AM.

Last Time Out

Thursday night, Washington won 62-60 in double overtime vs. UC Irvine. It was the first double overtime game for the Huskies since 2013, when they defeated Eastern Washington 65-60 at home on March 22, 2013. Dalayah Daniels recorded her fifth career double-double, and first as a Husky (23 points, 14 rebounds). The 14 rebounds was a new career high. Jayda Noble recorded new career highs in rebounds (12) and steals (4). Freshman Hannah Stines had considerable playing time, recording season-high 32 minutes on the floor for the Huskies. 11.17 GAME RECAP

Education Appreciation Day

Washington women's basketball is celebrating all things education during Sunday's game! Educators and K-12 students can claim up to four free tickets HERE.

The Team

Washington returns eight Huskies from last season with Lauren Schwartz, Jayda Noble, Haley Van Dyke, Nia Lowery, TT Watkins, Trinity Oliver, Lexi Griggsby, and Darcy Rees. Fans will see six new faces on the team this season, as the Huskies welcomed four freshmen from California - Hannah Stines, Teagan Brown, Shayla Gillmer, and Elle Ladine - and two transfers, Dalayah Daniels (Cal) and Emma Grothaus (Lehigh). 

Preseason Nods

Van Dyke earned Preseason All-Conference Honorable Mention recognition, and Grothaus was one of 20 players named to the 2023 Lisa Lisa Award Watch List.


Fans can check out season, single game, and group ticket options at

Sunday's game is a doubleheader, with the Washington volleyball team taking on Utah at 12 p.m. PT before the women's basketball team hosts Idaho State at 5 p.m. PT. Those with tickets to the Volleyball game may receive a FREE General Admission ticket to the Women's Basketball game, and those with tickets to the Women's Basketball game may receive a FREE General Admission ticket to the Volleyball game, simply by showing your original purchased Volleyball or Women's Basketball ticket at the Gameday box office at the Southwest entrance of Alaska Airlines Arena. You will be asked to vacate your seats and exit the venue in between games and the arena will be cleared. Doors open for Volleyball at 11 a.m. and for Women's Basketball at 4 p.m. The Husky Ticket Office recommends purchasing the tickets for your preferred seats as the primary option. Get your ticket to Sunday's game HERE.