A 1960 graduate of Everett High School, Lambright came to the UW to play for head coach Jim Owens. He lettered from 1962 through 1964, playing on the Huskies' 1963 team that won a conference title and a trip to the Rose Bowl. In 1964, he earned All-Coast honors as a defensive end, and also earned the Guy Flaherty Most Inspirational Award, Husky football's oldest and most prestigious team award.
The Rochester, N.Y., native set the UW freshman record for blocks (66) and rebounds (281) while also becoming the 40th player in UW history to reach 500 points in a season. His 543 points were the fifth-most by a Washington freshman as well.
This decision was made in accordance with campus, state and CDC officials and follows the university's announcement Wednesday to move the entirety of Spring Quarter to online-only learning to mitigate the further spread of COVID-19.
The story of the game for the Huskies were the 19 turnovers that stunted their rhythm and consistency, and ultimately sealed their fate.
University of Washington athletics will continue to work with university leadership and take direction from local & state officials, including guidelines from King County, as this evolving situation progresses.