Collegiate women's sports pioneers Ann Meyers Drysdale (UCLA), Ogonna Nnamani (Stanford), Missy Marlowe (Utah), Mary T.
Last updated at 03:00 AM PT on 6/25/2017
|Teams||Conference||Overall||Last Game||Next Game|
|8Oregon State||16-2||31-5||L53-66 FSU|
|15UCLA||13-5||25-9||L71-86 CONN||VS 11/10 TBD|
|Arizona State||9-9||20-13||L68-71 SCAR|
|Oregon||8-10||23-14||L52-90 CONN||VS 11/10|
|Washington State||6-12||16-20||L61-69 GT|
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- SEATTLE – Following tonight's NBA draft, the University of Washington became the first school to produce the top pick in the NBA and WNBA drafts in the same academic year as Markelle Fultz joined Kelsey Plum as the first overall draft pick.
- The Bruins to face 11 opponents in the non-conference portion of its 2017-18 women's basketball season.
- SEATTLE -- University of Washington women's basketball head coach Jody Wynn announced that Alexis Griggsby, Missy Peterson and Fatou Semebene will join the Huskies for the 2017-18 academic year. The trio joins Khayla Rooks and Kierra Collier in the incoming freshman class for the Purple and Gold.