Seattle Playoffs Timeline

This is a list of all the playoff games played by Seattle teams.  Included also:  major bowl games for the Husky football team and all NCAA Tournament games for the Husky basketball teams.  Color coded for your viewing pleasure.  Winners in BOLD.  Team records listed are for the regular season only (not counting playoff, tournament, or bowl games).

1923 – Washington Huskies (10-1)
January 1, 1924
Washington Huskies – 14, Navy Midshipmen – 14 (Rose Bowl)

1925 – Washington Huskies (10-0-1)
January 1, 1926Washington Huskies – 19, Alabama Crimson Tide – 20 (Rose Bowl)

1936 – Washington Huskies (7-1-1)
January 1, 1937
Washington Huskies – 0, Pittsburgh Panthers – 21 (Rose Bowl)

1942/1943 – Washington Huskies (24-5)
March 1943Washington Huskies – 55, Texas Longhorns – 59 (NCAA 1st round)
March 1943
Washington Huskies – 43, Oklahoma Sooners – 48 (NCAA 3rd place regional)

1943 – Washington Huskies (4-0)
January 1, 1944Washington Huskies – 0, Southern Cal Trojans – 29 (Rose Bowl)

1947/1948 – Washington Huskies (22-10)
March 1948Washington Huskies – 62, Baylor Bears – 64 (NCAA 1st round)
March 1948Washington Huskies – 57, Wyoming Cowboys – 47 (NCAA 3rd place regional)

1950/1951 – Washington Huskies (22-5)
March 1951Washington Huskies – 62, Texas A&M Aggies – 40 (NCAA Sweet 16)
March 1951Washington Huskies – 57, Oklahoma A&M Cowboys – 61 (NCAA Elite Eight)
March 1951 Washington Huskies – 80, BYU Cougars – 67 (NCAA 3rd place regional)

1952/1953 – Washington Huskies (25-2)
March 1953Washington Huskies – 92, Seattle U Redhawks – 70 (NCAA Sweet 16)
March 1953Washington Huskies – 74, Santa Clara Broncos – 62 (NCAA Elite Eight)
March 1953Washington Huskies – 53, Kansas Jayhawks – 79 (NCAA Final Four)
March 1953Washington Huskies – 88, LSU Fighting Tigers – 69 (NCAA 3rd place)

1959 – Washington Huskies (9-1)
January 1, 1960
Washington Huskies – 44, Wisconsin Badgers – 8 (Rose Bowl)

1960 – Washington Huskies (9-1)
January 2, 1961Washington Huskies – 17, Minnesota Golden Gophers – 7 (Rose Bowl)

1963 – Washington Huskies (6-4)
January 1, 1964Washington Huskies – 7, Illinois Fighting Illini – 17 (Rose Bowl)

1974/1975 – Seattle Supersonics (43-39)
April 8, 1975Seattle Supersonics – 90, Detroit Pistons – 77 (First Round)
April 10, 1975Seattle Supersonics – 106, Detroit Pistons – 122 (First Round)
April 12, 1975Seattle Supersonics – 100, Detroit Pistons – 93 (First Round)
April 14, 1975Seattle Supersonics – 96, Golden State Warriors -123 (Conference Semis)
April 16, 1975Seattle Supersonics – 100, Golden State Warriors – 99 (Conference Semis)
April 17, 1975Seattle Supersonics – 96, Golden State Warriors – 105 (Conference Semis)
April 19, 1975Seattle Supersonics – 111, Golden State Warriors – 94 (Conference Semis)
April 22, 1975Seattle Supersonics – 100, Golden State Warriors – 124 (Conference Semis)
April 24, 1975Seattle Supersonics – 96, Golden State Warriors – 105 (Conference Semis)

1975/1976 – Washington Huskies (23-4)
March 1976Washington Huskies – 67, Missouri Tigers – 69 (NCAA round of 32)

1975/1976 – Seattle Supersonics (43-39)
April 13, 1976Seattle Supersonics – 102, Phoenix Suns – 99 (Conference Semis)
April 15, 1976Seattle Supersonics – 111, Phoenix Suns – 116 (Conference Semis)
April 18, 1976Seattle Supersonics – 91, Phoenix Suns – 103 (Conference Semis)
April 20, 1976Seattle Supersonics – 114, Phoenix Suns – 130 (Conference Semis)
April 25, 1976Seattle Supersonics – 114, Phoenix Suns – 108 (Conference Semis)
April 27, 1976Seattle Supersonics – 112, Phoenix Suns – 123 (Conference Semis)

1977 – Washington Huskies (9-2)
January 2, 1978Washington Huskies – 27, Michigan Wolverines – 20 (Rose Bowl)

1977/1978 – Seattle Supersonics (47-35)
April 12, 1978Seattle Supersonics – 102, Los Angeles Lakers – 90 (First Round)
April 14, 1978Seattle Supersonics – 99, Los Angeles Lakers – 105 (First Round)
April 16, 1978Seattle Supersonics – 111, Los Angeles Lakers – 102 (First Round)
April 18, 1978Seattle Supersonics – 104, Portland Trail Blazers – 95 (Conference Semis)
April 21, 1978Seattle Supersonics – 93, Portland Trail Blazers – 96 (Conference Semis)
April 23, 1978Seattle Supersonics – 99, Portland Trail Blazers – 84 (Conference Semis)
April 26, 1978Seattle Supersonics – 100, Portland Trail Blazers – 98 (Conference Semis)
April 30, 1978Seattle Supersonics – 89, Portland Trail Blazers – 113 (Conference Semis)
May 1, 1978Seattle Supersonics – 105, Portland Trail Blazers – 94 (Conference Semis)
May 5, 1978Seattle Supersonics – 107, Denver Nuggets – 116 (Conference Finals)
May 7, 1978Seattle Supersonics – 121, Denver Nuggets – 111 (Conference Finals)
May 10, 1978Seattle Supersonics – 105, Denver Nuggets – 91 (Conference Finals)
May 12, 1978Seattle Supersonics – 100, Denver Nuggets – 94 (Conference Finals)
May 14, 1978Seattle Supersonics – 114, Denver Nuggets – 123 (Conference Finals)
May 17, 1978Seattle Supersonics – 123, Denver Nuggets – 108 (Conference Finals)
May 21, 1978Seattle Supersonics – 106, Washington Bullets – 102 (NBA Finals)
May 25, 1978Seattle Supersonics – 98, Washington Bullets – 106 (NBA Finals)
May 28, 1978Seattle Supersonics – 93, Washington Bullets – 92 (NBA Finals)
May 30, 1978Seattle Supersonics – 116, Washington Bullets – 120 (NBA Finals)
June 2, 1978Seattle Supersonics – 98, Washington Bullets – 94 (NBA Finals)
June 4, 1978Seattle Supersonics – 82, Washington Bullets – 117 (NBA Finals)
June 7, 1978Seattle Supersonics – 99, Washington Bullets – 105 (NBA Finals)

1978/1979 – Seattle Supersonics (52-30)
April 17, 1979Seattle Supersonics – 112, Los Angeles Lakers – 101 (Conference Semis)
April 18, 1979Seattle Supersonics – 108, Los Angeles Lakers – 103 (Conference Semis)
April 20, 1979Seattle Supersonics – 112, Los Angeles Lakers – 118 (Conference Semis)
April 22, 1979Seattle Supersonics – 117, Los Angeles Lakers – 115 (Conference Semis)
April 25, 1979Seattle Supersonics – 106, Los Angeles Lakers – 100 (Conference Semis)
May 1, 1979Seattle Supersonics – 108, Phoenix Suns – 93 (Conference Finals)
May 4, 1979Seattle Supersonics – 103, Phoenix Suns – 97 (Conference Finals)
May 6, 1979Seattle Supersonics – 103, Phoenix Suns – 113 (Conference Finals)
May 8, 1979Seattle Supersonics – 91, Phoenix Suns – 100 (Conference Finals)
May 11, 1979Seattle Supersonics – 93, Phoenix Suns – 99 (Conference Finals)
May 13, 1979Seattle Supersonics – 106, Phoenix Suns – 105 (Conference Finals)
May 17, 1979 Seattle Supersonics – 114, Phoenix Suns – 110 (Conference Finals)
May 20, 1979Seattle Supersonics – 97, Washington Bullets – 99 (NBA Finals)
May 24, 1979Seattle Supersonics – 92, Washington Bullets – 82 (NBA Finals)
May 27, 1979Seattle Supersonics – 105, Washington Bullets – 95 (NBA Finals)
May 29, 1979Seattle Supersonics – 114, Washington Bullets – 112 (NBA Finals)
June 1, 1979Seattle Supersonics – 97, Washington Bullets – 93 (NBA Finals)

1979/1980 – Seattle Supersonics (56-26)
April 2, 1980Seattle Supersonics – 120, Portland Trail Blazers – 110 (First Round)
April 4, 1980Seattle Supersonics – 95, Portland Trail Blazers – 105 (First Round)
April 6, 1980Seattle Supersonics – 103, Portland Trail Blazers – 86 (First Round)
April 8, 1980Seattle Supersonics – 114, Milwaukee Bucks – 113 (Conference Semis)
April 9, 1980Seattle Supersonics – 112, Milwaukee Bucks – 114 (Conference Semis)
April 11, 1980Seattle Supersonics – 91, Milwaukee Bucks – 95 (Conference Semis)
April 13, 1980Seattle Supersonics – 112, Milwaukee Bucks – 107 (Conference Semis)
April 15, 1980Seattle Supersonics – 97, Milwaukee Bucks – 108 (Conference Semis)
April 18, 1980Seattle Supersonics – 86, Milwaukee Bucks – 85 (Conference Semis)
April 20, 1980Seattle Supersonics – 98, Milwaukee Bucks – 94 (Conference Semis)
April 22, 1980Seattle Supersonics – 108, Los Angeles Lakers – 107 (Conference Finals)
April 23, 1980Seattle Supersonics – 99, Los Angeles Lakers – 108 (Conference Finals)
April 25, 1980Seattle Supersonics – 100, Los Angeles Lakers – 104 (Conference Finals)
April 27, 1980Seattle Supersonics – 93, Los Angeles Lakers – 98 (Conference Finals)
April 30, 1980Seattle Supersonics – 105, Los Angeles Lakers – 111 (Conference Finals)

1980 – Washington Huskies (9-2)
January 1, 1981Washington Huskies – 6, Michigan Wolverines – 23 (Rose Bowl)

1981 – Washington Huskies (9-2)
January 1, 1982Washington Huskies – 28, Iowa Hawkeyes – 0 (Rose Bowl)

1981/1982 – Seattle Supersonics (52-30)
April 21, 1982Seattle Supersonics – 102, Houston Rockets – 87 (First Round)
April 23, 1982Seattle Supersonics – 70, Houston Rockets – 91 (First Round)
April 25, 1982Seattle Supersonics – 104, Houston Rockets – 83 (First Round)
April 27, 1982Seattle Supersonics – 93, San Antonio Spurs – 95 (Conference Semis)
April 28, 1982Seattle Supersonics – 114, San Antonio Spurs – 99 (Conference Semis)
April 30, 1982Seattle Supersonics – 97, San Antonio Spurs – 99 (Conference Semis)
May 2, 1982Seattle Supersonics – 113, San Antonio Spurs – 115 (Conference Semis)
May 5, 1982Seattle Supersonics – 103, San Antonio Spurs – 109 (Conference Semis)

1982/1983 – Seattle Supersonics (48-34)
Aprill 20, 1983Seattle Supersonics – 97, Portland Trail Blazers – 108 (First Round)
Aprill 22, 1983Seattle Supersonics – 96, Portland Trail Blazers – 105 (First Round)

1983 – Seattle Seahawks (9-7)
December 24, 1983Seattle Seahawks – 31, Denver Broncos – 7 (Wild Card Round)
December 31, 1983Seattle Seahawks – 27, Miami Dolphins – 20 (Divisional Round)
January 8, 1984Seattle Seahawks – 14, Los Angeles Raiders – 30 (AFC Championship)

1983/1984 – Washington Huskies (22-6)
March 16, 1984Washington Huskies – 64, Nevada Wolfpack – 54 (NCAA 1st round)
March 18, 1984Washington Huskies – 80, Duke Blue Devils – 78 (NCAA 2nd round)
March 23, 1984Washington Huskies – 58, Dayton Flyers – 64 (NCAA Sweet 16)

1983/1984 – Seattle Supersonics (42-40)
April 17, 1984Seattle Supersonics – 86, Dallas Mavericks – 88 (First Round)
April 19, 1984Seattle Supersonics – 95, Dallas Mavericks – 92 (First Round)
April 21, 1984 Seattle Supersonics – 104, Dallas Mavericks – 94 (First Round)
April 24, 1984Seattle Supersonics – 96, Dallas Mavericks – 107 (First Round)
April 26, 1984Seattle Supersonics – 104, Dallas Mavericks – 105(First Round)

1984 – Seattle Seahawks (12-4)
December 22, 1984Seattle Seahawks – 13, Los Angeles Raiders – 7 (Wild Card Round)
December 29, 1984Seattle Seahawks – 10, Miami Dolphins – 31 (Divisional Round)

1984 – Washington Huskies (10-1)
January 1, 1985Washington Huskies – 28, Oklahoma Sooners – 17 (Orange Bowl)

1984/1985 – Washington Huskies (22-9)
March 14, 1985Washington Huskies – 58, Kentucky Wildcats – 66 (NCAA 1st round)

1985/1986 – Washington Huskies (19-11)
March 13, 1986Washington Huskies – 70, Michigan State Spartans – 72 (NCAA 1st round)

1986/1987 – Seattle Supersonics (39-43)
April 23, 1987Seattle Supersonics – 129, Dallas Mavericks – 151 (First Round)
April 25, 1987Seattle Supersonics – 112, Dallas Mavericks – 110 (First Round)
April 28, 1987Seattle Supersonics – 117, Dallas Mavericks – 107 (First Round)
April 30, 1987Seattle Supersonics – 124, Dallas Mavericks – 98 (First Round)
May 2, 1987Seattle Supersonics – 111, Houston Rockets – 106 (Conference Semis)
May 5, 1987Seattle Supersonics – 99, Houston Rockets – 97 (Conference Semis)
May 7, 1987Seattle Supersonics – 84, Houston Rockets – 102 (Conference Semis)
May 9, 1987Seattle Supersonics – 117, Houston Rockets – 102 (Conference Semis)
May 12, 1987Seattle Supersonics – 107, Houston Rockets – 112 (Conference Semis)
May 14, 1987Seattle Supersonics – 128, Houston Rockets – 125 (Conference Semis)
May 16, 1987Seattle Supersonics – 87, Los Angeles Lakers – 92 (Conference Finals)
May 19, 1987Seattle Supersonics – 104, Los Angeles Lakers – 112 (Conference Finals)
May 23, 1987Seattle Supersonics – 121, Los Angeles Lakers – 122 (Conference Finals)
May 25, 1987Seattle Supersonics – 102, Los Angeles Lakers – 133 (Conference Finals)

1987 – Seattle Seahawks (9-6)
January 3, 1988Seattle Seahawks – 20, Houston Oilers – 23 (Wild Card Round)

1987/1988 – Seattle Supersonics (44-38)
April 29, 1988Seattle Supersonics – 123, Denver Nuggets – 126 (First Round)
May 1, 1988Seattle Supersonics – 111, Denver Nuggets – 91 (First Round)
May 3, 1988Seattle Supersonics – 114, Denver Nuggets – 125 (First Round)
May 5, 1988Seattle Supersonics – 127, Denver Nuggets – 117 (First Round)
May 7, 1988Seattle Supersonics – 123, Denver Nuggets – 126 (First Round)

1988 – Seattle Seahawks (9-7)
December 31, 1988Seattle Seahawks – 13, Cincinnati Bengals – 21 (Divisional Round)

1988/1989 – Seattle Supersonics (47-35)
April 28, 1989Seattle Supersonics – 111, Houston Rockets – 107 (First Round)
April 30, 1989Seattle Supersonics – 109, Houston Rockets – 97 (First Round)
May 3, 1989Seattle Supersonics – 107, Houston Rockets – 126 (First Round)
May 5, 1989Seattle Supersonics – 98, Houston Rockets – 96 (First Round)
May 7, 1989Seattle Supersonics – 102, Los Angeles Lakers – 113 (Conference Semis)
May 10, 1989Seattle Supersonics – 108, Los Angeles Lakers – 130 (Conference Semis)
May 12, 1989Seattle Supersonics – 86, Los Angeles Lakers – 91 (Conference Semis)
May 14, 1989Seattle Supersonics – 95, Los Angeles Lakers – 97 (Conference Semis)

1990 – Washington Huskies (9-2)
January 1, 1991
Washington Huskies – 46, Iowa Hawkeyes – 34 (Rose Bowl)

1990/1991 – Seattle Supersonics (41-41)
April 26, 1991Seattle Supersonics – 102, Portland Trail Blazers – 110 (First Round)
April 28, 1991Seattle Supersonics – 106, Portland Trail Blazers – 115 (First Round)
April 30, 1991Seattle Supersonics – 102, Portland Trail Blazers – 99 (First Round)
May 2, 1991Seattle Supersonics – 101, Portland Trail Blazers – 89 (First Round)
May 4, 1991Seattle Supersonics – 107, Portland Trail Blazers – 119 (First Round)

1991 – Washington Huskies (11-0)
January 1, 1992Washington Huskies – 34, Michigan Wolverines – 14 (Rose Bowl)

1991/1992 – Seattle Supersonics (47-35)
April 23, 1992Seattle Supersonics – 117, Golden State Warriors – 109 (First Round)
April 25, 1992Seattle Supersonics – 101, Golden State Warriors – 115 (First Round)
April 28, 1992Seattle Supersonics – 129, Golden State Warriors – 128 (First Round)
April 30, 1992Seattle Supersonics – 119, Golden State Warriors – 116 (First Round)
May 6, 1992Seattle Supersonics – 100, Utah Jazz – 108 (Conference Semis)
May 8, 1992Seattle Supersonics – 97, Utah Jazz – 103 (Conference Semis)
May 10, 1992Seattle Supersonics – 104, Utah Jazz – 98 (Conference Semis)
May 12, 1992Seattle Supersonics – 83, Utah Jazz – 89 (Conference Semis)
May 14, 1992Seattle Supersonics – 100, Utah Jazz – 111 (Conference Semis)

1992 – Washington Huskies (9-2)
January 1, 1993Washington Huskies – 31, Michigan Wolverines – 38 (Rose Bowl)

1992/1993 – Seattle Supersonics (55-27)
April 30, 1993Seattle Supersonics – 99, Utah Jazz – 85 (First Round)
May 2, 1993Seattle Supersonics – 85, Utah Jazz – 89 (First Round)
May 4, 1993Seattle Supersonics – 80, Utah Jazz – 90 (First Round)
May 6, 1993Seattle Supersonics – 93, Utah Jazz – 80 (First Round)
May 8, 1993Seattle Supersonics – 100, Utah Jazz – 92 (First Round)
May 10, 1993Seattle Supersonics – 99, Houston Rockets – 90 (Conference Semis)
May 12, 1993Seattle Supersonics – 111, Houston Rockets – 100 (Conference Semis)
May 15, 1993Seattle Supersonics – 79, Houston Rockets – 97 (Conference Semis)
May 16, 1993Seattle Supersonics – 92, Houston Rockets – 103 (Conference Semis)
May 18, 1993Seattle Supersonics – 120, Houston Rockets – 95 (Conference Semis)
May 20, 1993Seattle Supersonics – 90, Houston Rockets – 103 (Conference Semis)
May 22, 1993Seattle Supersonics – 103, Houston Rockets – 100 (Conference Semis)
May 24, 1993Seattle Supersonics – 91, Phoenix Suns – 105 (Conference Finals)
May 26, 1993Seattle Supersonics – 103, Phoenix Suns – 99(Conference Finals)
May 28, 1993Seattle Supersonics – 97, Phoenix Suns – 104 (Conference Finals)
May 30, 1993Seattle Supersonics – 120, Phoenix Suns – 101 (Conference Finals)
June 1, 1993Seattle Supersonics – 114, Phoenix Suns – 120 (Conference Finals)
June 3, 1993Seattle Supersonics – 118, Phoenix Suns – 102 (Conference Finals)
June 5, 1993Seattle Supersonics – 110, Phoenix Suns – 123 (Conference Finals)

1993/1994 – Seattle Supersonics (63-19)
April 28, 1994Seattle Supersonics – 106, Denver Nuggets – 82 (First Round)
April 30, 1994Seattle Supersonics – 97, Denver Nuggets – 87 (First Round)
May 2, 1994Seattle Supersonics – 93, Denver Nuggets – 110 (First Round)
May 5, 1994Seattle Supersonics – 85, Denver Nuggets – 94 (First Round)
May 7, 1994Seattle Supersonics – 94, Denver Nuggets – 98 (First Round)

1994/1995 – Seattle Supersonics (57-25)
April 27, 1995Seattle Supersonics – 96, Los Angeles Lakers – 71 (First Round)
April 29, 1995Seattle Supersonics – 82, Los Angeles Lakers – 84 (First Round)
May 1, 1995Seattle Supersonics – 101, Los Angeles Lakers – 105 (First Round)
May 4, 1995Seattle Supersonics – 110, Los Angeles Lakers – 114 (First Round)

1995 – Seattle Mariners (79-66)
October 3, 1995Seattle Mariners – 6, New York Yankees – 9 (ALDS)
October 4, 1995Seattle Mariners – 5, New York Yankees – 7 (ALDS)
October 6, 1995Seattle Mariners – 7, New York Yankees – 4 (ALDS)
October 7, 1995Seattle Mariners – 11, New York Yankees – 8 (ALDS)
October 8, 1995Seattle Mariners – 6, New York Yankees – 5 (ALDS)
October 10, 1995Seattle Mariners – 3, Cleveland Indians – 2 (ALCS)
October 11, 1995Seattle Mariners – 2, Cleveland Indians – 5 (ALCS)
October 13, 1995Seattle Mariners – 5, Cleveland Indians – 2 (ALCS)
October 14, 1995Seattle Mariners – 0, Cleveland Indians – 7 (ALCS)
October 15, 1995Seattle Mariners – 2, Cleveland Indians – 3 (ALCS)
October 17, 1995Seattle Mariners – 0, Cleveland Indians – 4 (ALCS)

1995/1996 – Seattle Supersonics (64-18)
April 26, 1996Seattle Supersonics – 97, Sacramento Kings – 85 (First Round)
April 28, 1996Seattle Supersonics – 81, Sacramento Kings – 90 (First Round)
April 30, 1996Seattle Supersonics – 96, Sacramento Kings – 89 (First Round)
May 2, 1996Seattle Supersonics – 101, Sacramento Kings – 87 (First Round)
May 4, 1996Seattle Supersonics – 108, Houston Rockets – 75 (Conference Semis)
May 6, 1996Seattle Supersonics – 105, Houston Rockets – 101 (Conference Semis)
May 10, 1996Seattle Supersonics – 115, Houston Rockets – 112 (Conference Semis)
May 12, 1996Seattle Supersonics – 114, Houston Rockets – 107 (Conference Semis)
May 18, 1996Seattle Supersonics – 102, Utah Jazz – 72 (Conference Finals)
May 20, 1996Seattle Supersonics – 91, Utah Jazz – 87 (Conference Finals)
May 24, 1996 Seattle Supersonics – 76, Utah Jazz – 96 (Conference Finals)
May 26, 1996 Seattle Supersonics – 88, Utah Jazz – 86 (Conference Finals)
May 28, 1996Seattle Supersonics – 95, Utah Jazz – 98 (Conference Finals)
May 30, 1996Seattle Supersonics – 83, Utah Jazz – 118 (Conference Finals)
June 2, 1996Seattle Supersonics – 90, Utah Jazz – 86 (Conference Finals)
June 5, 1996Seattle Supersonics – 90, Chicago Bulls – 107 (NBA Finals)
June 7, 1996Seattle Supersonics – 88, Chicago Bulls – 92 (NBA Finals)
June 9, 1996Seattle Supersonics – 86, Chicago Bulls – 108 (NBA Finals)
June 12, 1996Seattle Supersonics – 107, Chicago Bulls – 86 (NBA Finals)
June 14, 1996Seattle Supersonics – 89, Chicago Bulls – 78 (NBA Finals)
June 16, 1996Seattle Supersonics – 75, Chicago Bulls – 87 (NBA Finals)

1996/1997 – Seattle Supersonics (57-25)
April 25, 1997Seattle Supersonics – 101, Phoenix Suns – 106 (First Round)
April 27, 1997Seattle Supersonics – 122, Phoenix Suns – 78 (First Round)
April 29, 1997Seattle Supersonics – 103, Phoenix Suns – 110 (First Round)
May 1, 1997Seattle Supersonics – 122, Phoenix Suns – 115 (First Round)
May 3, 1997Seattle Supersonics – 116, Phoenix Suns – 92 (First Round)
May 5, 1997Seattle Supersonics – 102, Houston Rockets – 112 (Conference Semis)
May 7, 1997Seattle Supersonics – 106, Houston Rockets – 101 (Conference Semis)
May 9, 1997Seattle Supersonics – 93, Houston Rockets – 97 (Conference Semis)
May 11, 1997Seattle Supersonics – 106, Houston Rockets – 110 (Conference Semis)
May 13, 1997Seattle Supersonics – 100, Houston Rockets – 94 (Conference Semis)
May 15, 1997Seattle Supersonics – 99, Houston Rockets – 96 (Conference Semis)
May 17, 1997Seattle Supersonics – 91, Houston Rockets – 96 (Conference Semis)

1997 – Seattle Mariners (90-72)
October 1, 1997Seattle Mariners – 3, Baltimore Orioles – 9 (ALDS)
October 2, 1997Seattle Mariners – 3, Baltimore Orioles – 9 (ALDS)
October 4, 1997Seattle Mariners – 4, Baltimore Orioles – 2 (ALDS)
October 5, 1997Seattle Mariners – 1, Baltimore Orioles – 3 (ALDS)

1997/1998 – Washington Huskies (18-9)
March 12, 1998Washington Huskies – 69, Xavier Musketeers – 68 (NCAA 1st round)
March 14, 1998Washington Huskies – 81, Richmond Spiders – 66 (NCAA 2nd round)
March 19, 1998Washington Huskies – 74, Connecticut Huskies – 75 (NCAA Sweet 16)

1997/1998 – Seattle Supersonics (61-21)
April 24, 1998Seattle Supersonics – 108, Minnesota Timberwolves – 83 (First Round)
April 26, 1998Seattle Supersonics – 93, Minnesota Timberwolves – 98 (First Round)
April 28, 1998Seattle Supersonics – 90, Minnesota Timberwolves – 98 (First Round)
April 30, 1998Seattle Supersonics – 92, Minnesota Timberwolves – 88 (First Round)
May 2, 1998Seattle Supersonics – 97, Minnesota Timberwolves – 84 (First Round)
May 4, 1998Seattle Supersonics – 106, Los Angeles Lakers – 92 (Conference Semis)
May 6, 1998Seattle Supersonics – 68, Los Angeles Lakers – 92 (Conference Semis)
May 8, 1998Seattle Supersonics – 103, Los Angeles Lakers – 119 (Conference Semis)
May 10, 1998Seattle Supersonics – 100, Los Angeles Lakers – 112 (Conference Semis)
May 12, 1998Seattle Supersonics – 95, Los Angeles Lakers – 110 (Conference Semis)

1998/1999 – Washington Huskies (17-11)
March 12, 1999Washington Huskies – 58, Miami (OH) RedHawks – 59 (NCAA 1st round)

1999 – Seattle Seahawks (9-7)
January 9, 2000Seattle Seahawks – 17, Miami Dolphins – 20 (Wild Card Round)

1999/2000 – Seattle Supersonics (45-37)
April 22, 2000Seattle Supersonics – 93, Utah Jazz – 104 (First Round)
April 24, 2000Seattle Supersonics – 87, Utah Jazz – 101 (First Round)
April 29, 2000Seattle Supersonics – 89, Utah Jazz – 78 (First Round)
May 3, 2000Seattle Supersonics – 104, Utah Jazz – 93 (First Round)
May 5, 2000Seattle Supersonics – 93, Utah Jazz – 96 (First Round)

2000 – Seattle Mariners (91-71)
October 3, 2000Seattle Mariners – 7, Chicago White Sox – 4 (ALDS)
October 4, 2000Seattle Mariners – 5, Chicago White Sox – 2 (ALDS)
October 6, 2000
Seattle Mariners – 2, Chicago White Sox – 1 (ALDS)
October 10, 2000
Seattle Mariners – 2, New York Yankees – 0 (ALCS)
October 11, 2000Seattle Mariners – 1, New York Yankees – 7 (ALCS)
October 13, 2000Seattle Mariners – 2, New York Yankees – 8 (ALCS)
October 14, 2000Seattle Mariners – 0, New York Yankees – 5 (ALCS)
October 15, 2000Seattle Mariners – 6, New York Yankees – 2 (ALCS)
October 17, 2000Seattle Mariners – 7, New York Yankees – 9 (ALCS)

2000 – Washington Huskies (10-1)
January 1, 2001Washington Huskies – 34, Purdue Boilermakers – 24 (Rose Bowl)

2001 – Seattle Mariners (116-46)
October 9, 2001 Seattle Mariners – 0, Cleveland Indians – 5 (ALDS)
October 11, 2001 Seattle Mariners – 5, Cleveland Indians – 1 (ALDS)
October 13, 2001 Seattle Mariners – 2, Cleveland Indians – 17 (ALDS)
October 14, 2001 Seattle Mariners – 6, Cleveland Indians – 2 (ALDS)
October 15, 2001 Seattle Mariners – 3, Cleveland Indians – 1 (ALDS)
October 17, 2001 Seattle Mariners – 2, New York Yankees – 4 (ALCS)
October 17, 2001 Seattle Mariners – 2, New York Yankees – 3 (ALCS)
October 17, 2001 Seattle Mariners – 14, New York Yankees – 3 (ALCS)
October 17, 2001 Seattle Mariners – 1, New York Yankees – 3 (ALCS)
October 17, 2001 Seattle Mariners – 3, New York Yankees – 12 (ALCS)

2001/2002 – Seattle Supersonics (45-37)
April 20, 2002Seattle Supersonics – 89, San Antonio Spurs – 110 (First Round)
April 22, 2002Seattle Supersonics – 98, San Antonio Spurs – 90 (First Round)
April 27, 2002Seattle Supersonics – 75, San Antonio Spurs – 102 (First Round)
May 1, 2002Seattle Supersonics – 91, San Antonio Spurs – 79 (First Round)
May 3, 2002Seattle Supersonics – 78, San Antonio Spurs – 101 (First Round)

2003 – Seattle Seahawks (10-6)
January 4, 2004 Seattle Seahawks – 27, Green Bay Packers – 33 (Wild Card Round)

2003/2004 – Washington Huskies (19-11)
March 19, 2004 Washington Huskies – 100, UAB Blazers – 102 (NCAA 1st round)

2004 – Seattle Seahawks (9-7)
January 8, 2005 Seattle Seahawks – 20, St. Louis Rams – 27 (Wild Card Round)

2004/2005 – Washington Huskies (27-5)
March 17, 2005 Washington Huskies – 88, Montana Grizzlies – 77 (NCAA 1st round)
March 19, 2005 Washington Huskies – 97, Pacific Tigers – 79 (NCAA 2nd round)
March 24, 2005:  Washington Huskies – 79, Louisville Cardinals – 93 (NCAA Sweet 16)

2004/2005 – Seattle Supersonics (52-30)
April 23, 2005Seattle Supersonics – 87, Sacramento Kings – 82 (First Round)
April 26, 2005Seattle Supersonics – 105, Sacramento Kings – 93 (First Round)
April 29, 2005Seattle Supersonics – 104, Sacramento Kings – 116 (First Round)
May 1, 2005Seattle Supersonics – 115, Sacramento Kings – 102 (First Round)
May 3, 2005Seattle Supersonics – 122, Sacramento Kings – 118 (First Round)
May 8, 2005Seattle Supersonics – 81, San Antonio Spurs – 103 (Conference Semis)
May 8, 2005Seattle Supersonics – 91, San Antonio Spurs – 108 (Conference Semis)
May 8, 2005Seattle Supersonics – 92, San Antonio Spurs – 91 (Conference Semis)
May 8, 2005Seattle Supersonics – 101, San Antonio Spurs – 89 (Conference Semis)
May 8, 2005Seattle Supersonics – 90, San Antonio Spurs – 103 (Conference Semis)
May 8, 2005Seattle Supersonics – 96, San Antonio Spurs – 98 (Conference Semis)

2005 – Seattle Seahawks (13-3)
January 14, 2006 Seattle Seahawks – 20, Washington Redskins – 10 (Divisional Round)
January 22, 2006 Seattle Seahawks – 34, Carolina Panthers – 14 (NFC Championship)
February 5, 2006Seattle Seahawks – 10, Pittsburgh Steelers – 21 (Super Bowl XL)

2005/2006 – Washington Huskies (24-6)
March 16, 2006 Washington Huskies – 75, Utah State Aggies – 61 (NCAA 1st round)
March 18, 2006 Washington Huskies – 67, Illinois Fighting Illini – 64 (NCAA 2nd round)
March 24, 2006 Washington Huskies – 92, Connecticut Huskies – 98 (NCAA Sweet 16)

2006 – Seattle Seahawks (9-7)
January 6, 2007 Seattle Seahawks – 21, Dallas Cowboys – 20 (Wild Card Round)
January 14, 2007 Seattle Seahawks – 24, Chicago Bears – 27 (Divisional Round)

2007 – Seattle Seahawks (10-6)
January 5, 2008 Seattle Seahawks – 35, Washington Redskins – 14 (Wild Card Round)
January 12, 2008 Seattle Seahawks – 20, Green Bay Packers – 42 (Divisional Round)

2008/2009 – Washington Huskies (25-8)
March 19, 2009 Washington Huskies – 71, Mississippi State Bulldogs – 58 (NCAA 1st round)
March 21, 2009 Washington Huskies – 74, Purdue Boilermakers – 76 (NCAA 2nd round)

2009/2010 – Washington Huskies (24-9)
March 18, 2010Washington Huskies – 80, Marquette Golden Eagles – 78 (NCAA 1st round)
March 20, 2010Washington Huskies – 82, New Mexico Lobos – 64 (NCAA 2nd round)
March 25, 2010Washington Huskies – 56, West Virginia Mountaineers – 69 (NCAA Sweet 16)

2010 – Seattle Seahawks (7-9)
January 8, 2011Seattle Seahawks – 41, New Orleans Saints – 36 (Wild Card Round)
January 16, 2011Seattle Seahawks – 24, Chicago Bears – 35 (Divisional Round)

2010/2011 – Washington Huskies (23-10)
March 18, 2011Washington Huskies – 68, Georgia Bulldogs – 65 (NCAA 1st round)
March 20, 2011Washington Huskies – 83, North Carolina Tar Heels – 86 (NCAA 2nd round)

2012 – Seattle Seahawks (11-5)
January 6, 2013Seattle Seahawks – 24, Washington Redskins – 14 (Wild Card Round)
January 13, 2013Seattle Seahawks – 28, Atlanta Falcons – 30 (Divisional Round)

2013 – Seattle Seahawks (13-3)
January 11, 2014Seattle Seahawks – 23, New Orleans Saints – 15 (Divisional Round)
January 19, 2014Seattle Seahawks – 23, San Francisco 49ers – 17 (NFC Championship)
February 2, 2014:  Seattle Seahawks – 43, Denver Broncos – 8 (Super Bowl XLVIII)

2014 – Seattle Seahawks (12-4)
January 10, 2015:  Seattle Seahawks – 31, Carolina Panthers – 17 (Divisional Round)
January 18, 2015:  Seattle Seahawks – 28, Green Bay Packers – 22 (NFC Championship)
February 1, 2015:  Seattle Seahawks – 24, New England Patriots – 28 (Super Bowl XLIX)

2015 – Seattle Seahawks (10-6)
January 10, 2016:  Seattle Seahawks – 10, Minnesota Vikings – 9 (Wild Card Round)
January 17, 2016:  Seattle Seahawks – 24, Carolina Panthers – 31 (Divisional Round)

2016 – Washington Huskies (12-2)
December 31, 2016:  Washington Huskies – 7, Alabama – 24 (Peach Bowl)

2016 – Seattle Seahawks (10-5-1)
January 7, 2017:  Seattle Seahawks – 26, Detroit Lions – 6 (Wild Card Round)
January 15, 2017:  Seattle Seahawks – 20, Atlanta Falcons – 36 (Divisional Round)

Totals:

Washington Huskies Rose Bowl Record:  7-6-1
Washington Huskies Orange Bowl Record:  1-0
Washington Huskies Peach Bowl Record:  0-1
Best Finish:  1991 National Champions

Washington Huskies NCAA Tournament Record:  18-17
Best Finish:  1953 Third Place (Final Four)

Seattle Seahawks Playoff Record:  16-15
Best Finish:  2013/2014 Super Bowl XLVIII Champions

Seattle Mariners Playoff Record:  15-19
Best Finish:  1995, 2000, 2001 ALCS

Seattle Supersonics Playoff Record:  107-110
Best Finish:  1979 National Champions

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