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In a press release sent May 26, the Pac-12 announced it will allow voluntary, in-person athletic workouts to begin June 15 for all sports.
During his time at Washington, Matt Anger has seen it all.
Liam Puttergill had only been in the country for 77 days when the Pac-12 announced the cancelation of all athletic events.
The NCAA’s Division I Council voted to extend the eligibility of spring sport student-athletes on Monday following the disruption of their season by the COVID-19 outbreak. However, winter athletes, whose seasons were cut short will not be included in this action.
The Washington men’s tennis team clinched a much-needed 5-2 win over Boise State on Sunday, breaking its three-match losing streak and ending the weekend on a positive note.
Starting a weekend of home matches, the Washington men’s tennis team fell 6-1 against No. 40 Minnesota.
Coming off hard losses in last week’s Pac-12 matches, the Washington men’s tennis team looks to bounce back against No. 40 Minnesota and Boise State in another weekend of home matches.
The Washington men’s tennis team fell in its second Pac-12 match against No. 1 USC, losing 4-0. The Huskies haven’t been able to secure a match all weekend and have struggled in both doubles and singles, particularly the first sets.
While spring sports were cancelled for athletes at the UW, our photographers were able to catch some preseason and early season action for rowing, baseball, and softball.
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