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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.
A lot of things have changed for the University of Washington Athletic Department since the UW first took the field in 1889 for its first football game. It took three years for the university to choose purple and gold as its official color scheme. The UW went through multiple mascot ideas in…
The Washington women’s soccer team announced the return of a familiar face to the program on Tuesday, revealing that former UW standout Tina Frimpong Ellertson will join Nicole Van Dyke’s staff as an assistant for the 2020 season
Nicole Van Dyke’s new office is practically empty.
The Washington women’s soccer team announced Saturday morning that Nicole Van Dyke would be its new head coach.
The Washington women’s soccer team punched its ticket for the second round of the NCAA Tournament, which features a matchup with South Florida on Friday at 11 a.m.
The Washington women’s soccer team’s defense stepped up in its first game of the NCAA tournament against cross-town rival Seattle U. Both teams played an intense defensive battle, though it was the Huskies (12-6-2, 7- 4 Pac-12) defense that found the edge in their 1-0 win.
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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