Seattle: Winning isn’t easy to do
🏀Men’s college basketball: Top-ranked Gonzaga kept their foot on the gas on Saturday, with a 106–69 victory over San Diego. And with just two regular season contests remaining on the schedule, it seems pretty likely the 22-0 ’Zags will enter the postseason undefeated. Knock on wood.
- Meanwhile, unranked Washington State is unlikely to make March Madness. But they had a for Stanford on Saturday, with Noah Williams scoring a career-high 40 points to lift the Cougs to a . Oh, what a night.
🥎🏐Huskies: The bats were for No. 2 UW softball yesterday, with the Huskies taking a 17–0 (!!!) five-inning mercy victory over Utah Valley. But the classic struggle for women’s sports fans everywhere: there was no video stream of the game. Sigh.
- The softball squad wasn’t the only Husky team winning this weekend. No. 10 UW volleyball won both of its weekend matches against Colorado, first with Friday’s and then with Sunday’s sweep. Killing it.
⚾️Mariners: The Mariners are in the news for all the wrong reasons. CEO and president Kevin Mather’s disparaging, shady and xenophobic recently came to light in a talk with the Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club. Look (and hope) for the Mariners to take action on this soon. Ugh.
Seattle: Hit it out of the park
- Defender Quinn, representing Canada, will square off against forward Rapinoe and the Americans at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT. Sorry Quinn, but good luck against the USWNT.
- Last month’s friendlies against Colombia were Rapinoe’s first game-action in nearly a year, and she made her mark with two . More ’Pinoe celebrations, please.
🥎Softball: But before the US-Canada soccer showdown, we’ll be watching No. 2 UW softball against BYU today at 4 p.m. ET/1 p.m. PT. The Huskies opened their season with a bang last week, winning all five games of the UNLV Tournament.