The Washington Huskies announced their full non-conference slate for the 2019 season, beginning in August. Washington will host four home games in the non-conference season, including the annual Husky Invitational beginning on August 29. In total, the Huskies will play five teams that made the 2018 NCAA Tournament, including 2018 national runner-up North Carolina.
Last updated at 07:05 PM PT on 11/30/2018
|Teams||PTS||Conference||Overall||Last Game||Next Game|
|Washington State||16||5-5-1||13-6-1||L0-1 GTWN|
|Arizona State||16||5-5-1||10-7-1||L1-4 STAN|
|Washington||9||3-8-0||8-10-1||L1-3 WSU||VS 8/23|
|Oregon State||3||1-10-0||2-17-0||L0-2 ORE|
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