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Washington’s map through its first fall in the Big Ten was handed over today as the Huskies will establish many new conference rivalries, while building on some that go back over forty years. Game times and television selections are still to be announced at a later date, as will Washington’s nonconference schedule.
The Dawgs will be traveling to the likes of Columbus, University Park, East Lansing, Ann Arbor, Minneapolis, Iowa City and Madison in addition to familiar trips to Los Angeles and Eugene.
Back home in Alaska Airlines Arena, Husky fans will greet new conference foes coming out of the tunnel, including Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Nebraska, Northwestern, Purdue and Rutgers, with UCLA, USC, and Oregon carrying over from the old days.


Big Ten play officially begins for the Huskies on Friday, Sept. 27, against the Indiana Hoosiers. One night later, on Saturday, Sept. 28, the Huskies host Illinois. It’s the first of two home weekends this fall where the Huskies will play on back-to-back nights.


The first road trip into Big Ten territory takes UW to Iowa on Oct. 4 and then over to Madison, Wisc. to face the Badgers on Oct. 6.


The Huskies have four Wednesday night matches this year, and the first will be a home match against UCLA on Oct. 9. That is followed by the trip to Eugene to take on the Ducks on Sunday, Oct. 13.


A trip to Michigan comes next, with the Huskies taking on the Wolverines in Ann Arbor on Oct. 18, then heading to East Lansing to face the Spartans on Oct. 20.


The second back-to-back home week is Friday-Saturday, Oct. 25-26. Washington hosts Rutgers on Friday and Maryland on Saturday. Oregon then comes in for a Wednesday night match on Oct. 30.


November opens with the Huskies on the road at USC on Sunday, Nov. 3, and the Huskies will then travel out to take on Minnesota on Thursday, Nov. 7.


Departing Minneapolis, the Huskies will have a quick turnaround before hosting last year’s NCAA runner-up, the Nebraska Cornhuskers, on Saturday, Nov. 9.


The Huskies will make a second trip to L.A. to face UCLA on Wednesday, Nov. 13, then come back home for a Sunday, Nov. 17 match against Northwestern.


The last long trip out…

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