Washington 62, Fresno State 57
Washington 62, Fresno State 57

Washington men's basketball team won its opening game of the Wooden Legacy against Fresno State, 62-57. Keion Brooks Jr.



Washington vs. Fresno State | Game Highlights | College Basketball | 2022 Wooden Legacy
Washington vs. Fresno State | Game Highlights | College Basketball | 2022 Wooden Legacy

Washington men's basketball team won its opening game of the Wooden Legacy against Fresno State, 62-57. Keion Brooks Jr.




A brief glimpse into the past

Starting lineups for Washington at Oregon State

Starting lineups for Washington at Oregon State



Washington Huskies starting lineup for tonight’s Pac-12 opener at Oregon State. UW (6-1) for fourth straight win while OSU (3-4) has lost 4 in a row.

G – PJ Fuller II
G – Cole Bajema
G – Jamal Bey
F – Keion Brooks Jr.
C – Franck Kepnang

Washington Huskies starting lineup for tonight’s Pac-12 opener at Oregon State. UW (6-1) for fourth straight win while OSU (3-4) has lost 4 in a row. G – PJ Fuller II G – Cole Bajema G – Jamal Bey F – Keion Brooks Jr. C – Franck Kepnang



Here live from MKA as Oregon opens its Pac-12 conference play against Washington State at 6:30 PM. 

Follow @MattPrehm and I for live updates

Here live from MKA as Oregon opens its Pac-12 conference play against Washington State at 6:30 PM. Follow @MattPrehm and I for live updates



Washington Huskies junior center Braxton Meah wearing walking boot on left foot and is out for tonight's Pac-12 opener at Oregon State. UW also still without senior PG Noah Williams.

Washington Huskies junior center Braxton Meah wearing walking boot on left foot and is out for tonight's Pac-12 opener at Oregon State. UW also still without senior PG Noah Williams.



The Beavers have three of the top-12 scoring freshmen in the Pac-12 in Jordan Pope, Tyler Bilodeau and Michal Rataj!

Oregon State vs. Washington is just about 45 minutes out

#GoBeavs

The Beavers have three of the top-12 scoring freshmen in the Pac-12 in Jordan Pope, Tyler Bilodeau and Michal Rataj! Oregon State vs. Washington is just about 45 minutes out #GoBeavs



Washington Huskies getting ready for tonight’s Pac-12 opener at Oregon State. Tipoff at 7:05 pm.

Washington Huskies getting ready for tonight’s Pac-12 opener at Oregon State. Tipoff at 7:05 pm.



Washington vs Oregon | NCAA DI Men's Basketball
Washington vs Oregon | NCAA DI Men's Basketball

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