The UW announced Tuesday morning that spectators over the age of 12 attending athletic events on campus must provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of an event, beginning with the UW football game versus California on Sept. 25. Regardless of vaccination stat…
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Following the NCAA Division I Board of Directors' guidance approval to allow student-athletes to compensate on their name, image, and likeness (NIL), the UW Athletic Department unveiled plans to support its student-athletes in business endeavors.
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Following a disappointing beam rotation at the Pac-12 Championships that left the Washington gymnastics team with a sour taste in its mouth, some athletes did enough individually in the meet to qualify for NCAA Regionals.
Ten days after its best performance of the season, the Washington gymnastics team wasn’t able to sustain the same level of success in West Valley City, Utah, scoring just 194.400 points in the Pac-12 Championships.
With new faces all around, from head coach Ralph Rosso to a half-dozen freshmen, the Washington gymnastics team entered the 2021 season knowing a rebuild was on the horizon.