Washington Huskies Basketball Tickets

Washington Huskies

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Team Information and History

After earning a No. 1 seed in last year’s tourney, the Washington Huskies are looking for more. They’ll have to make up for the point guard Nate Robinson’s departure, but the Huskies think they’ve found the man to make-up for the loss of Robinson. Huskies basketball tickets are red hot as the scintillating Brandon Roy show rolls through its final year. The 6-6 senior is the biggest reason why the University of Washington is the place to be, the biggest reason why the Huskies are a nationally-ranked powerhouse. The John R. Wooden Award Committee just named Roy to the midseason All-America team, and more honors are forthcoming. Because Roy doesn't just fill it up at nearly 20 points per game: He is an extremely well-rounded player who shoots the 3-pointer well, sets up teammates, blocks shots, rebounds and makes steals. But the high-flying Huskies are much more than a one-man show. Jamaal Williams, Bobby Jones and Jon Brockman are potent weapons who command attention and respect. With so much talent at his disposal, Head Coach Lorenzo Romar is the envy of coaches around the nation. Players like Roy follow behind Washington greats such as Nate Robinson, Chris Welp, Detlef Schrempf, Todd MacCulloch, Doug Smart and Eldridge Recasner. Romar has been in charge for just three years, but already he has elevated the program to the college basketball elite

Washington made its second straight appearance in 2005, only the fourth time that has happened for the Huskies Romar guided the Huskies to a 29-6 record last season. That tied the 1938 squad for the highest win total in school history. After receiving their first ever No. 1 seed, the Huskies posted two NCAA Tournament victories to reach the Sweet 16. Romar, who led Washington to its first Pac-10 Tournament championship, was named the conference Coach of the Year and the Black Coaches Association National Coach of the Year. Romar's second season, 2003-04, marked a remarkable turnaround for the Huskies. Washington went 19-12 and made the Big Dance for the first time since 1999. It's no surprise Romar, who earlier was head coach at Pepperdine and St. Louis, recently got an eight-year contract extension. Entering the 2005-06 season, Washington was 58-35 under Romar. And breaking the 100-point mark is not unheard of for the Huskies. They are an offensive juggernaut that can run with anybody.

The Huskies are rolling, the fans are cheering and the rest of the Pac-10 is in trouble. Get your Washington Huskies basketball tickets now.