WSU’s Williams named Pac-12 Player of the Week


Washington State’s Noah Williams is the Pac-12 player of the week after incredible performances against Cal and Stanford. The Pac-12 Network’s P.J. Carlesimo talks about Williams ability to take control of games in which he plays…

WSU MBB: Noah Williams named National and Pac-12 Player of the Week!  2/22/21

WSU MBB: Noah Williams named National and Pac-12 Player of the Week! 2/22/21

The National Player of the Week averaged 28.0 points, 7.0 rebounds and 5.3 assists in a three-game week, including 36.0 points in Washington State’s first-weekend sweep of the Bay Area schools since 2011-12. Williams erupted for a career-high 40 points in a triple-overtime victory over Stanford on Saturday. It marked the first 40-point performance in a Conference contest since Andrew Andrews scored 47 for Washington in March 2016.

UW plays makeup game tonight

Taking a look at the men’s college basketball schedule this week…

Men's College Basketball Schedule

Washington makes up a game missed due to COVID tonight at Arizona State at 6 o’clock on the Pac-12 Network.

The Huskies and Sun Devils face off again Thursday at 4 o’clock on FS1. Also at 4, No. 1 Gonzaga hosts Santa Clara on CBSSN. Then at 8 o’clock Thursday night, Washington State plays at Arizona on FS1.

They’ll switch sites Saturday as Washington plays at Arizona at Noon on CBS. Washington State plays at Arizona State at 1:30 on the Pac-12 Network. Gonzaga hosts Loyola Marymount at 7 o’clock.

Gonzaga women try to rebound from a loss and drop in ranking

It’s a slow week in women’s college basketball…

Women's College Basketball Schedule

21st-ranked Gonzaga hosts Pepperdine Thursday in the McCarthey Athletic Center at 6 o’clock. Then they’ll host Loyola Marymount Saturday at 1.

Louisville and Hailey Van Lith will try to get back on track in the ACC Sunday at 9am with a road game at Notre Dame. Washington plays at Washington State at 1 o’clock.

Mariners search for new CEO after insensitive comments by Kevin Mather leads to his resignation

The Mariners are looking for a new CEO after Kevin Mather resigned Monday amid a controversy of remarks he made to a local rotary club were made public over the weekend…

Mather Resigns as Mariner CEO

In the 46-minute clip, which was released by the Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club’s YouTube page, Mather openly discussed numerous sensitive topics including paying an interpreter for players and big egos among young talent.

Mariners chairman and managing partner John Stanton met with the media Monday afternoon and admitted a trust level has been lost that he and the team will have to work to rebuild…

John Stanton on Trust 2021-02-23

John Stanton on Trust 2021-02-23

Mather’s comments also included a discussion about the Mariners offering Jarred Kelenic a long-term deal but being denied. Stanton says those are decisions to be made by Seattle’s General Manager and Team Manager…

John Stanton on Jarred Kelenic Future 2021-02-23

John Stanton on Jarred Kelenic Future 2021-02-23

The video depicted Mather has perturbed at having to work extra within the organization to deal with foreign players and cultural differences. Stanton says the image portrayed by Mather, who has been with the Mariners organization since 1999, do not represent what Seattle is all about…

John Stanton on Mather's Statements 2021-02-23

John Stanton on Mather's Statements 2021-02-23

Stanton will serve as the club’s acting president and CEO until a successor can be chosen.

Murphy happy to be back to work with Mariner pitchers

On the field, catcher Tom Murphy is happy to be back in a Mariner uniform after missing the truncated 2020 season with a broken foot. He says he and the rest of the catchers have worked hard in the off-season on Zoom meetings learning about Seattle’s pitching staff…

Tom Murphy on Learning Pitchers 2021-02-23

Tom Murphy on Learning Pitchers 2021-02-23

Seattle plays its first Cactus League game Saturday against the San Diego Padres.

Idaho grad calls it an NFL career

After an 11-year NFL career, Seahawks offensive guard Mike Iupati announced his retirement Monday…

Seahawk Mike Iupati Announces Retirement

Iupati, who played his final two seasons for the Seahawks as their starting left guard, told the Spokesman that his goal “was to hit 10 years,” a goal he exceeded while still playing at a high level. Injuries, however, including neck stingers in his final season, led to his decision to call it a career.

A four-time Pro-Bowler and one-time first-team All-Pro, Iupati spent most of his career in San Francisco (2010-2014) and Arizona (2015-2018), but the last stop of his career was also a special one even if it didn’t last as long. He said, “I fell in love with Seattle,” he said. “The organization was first class. They were so good to me.”