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The No. 10 Washington women’s volleyball team has proven time and time again that it is fully capable of a comeback, winning its last four matches after facing a deficit. But after five first-set losses in a row, it’s time for Washington to f…

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Following last Sunday’s loss to cross-state rival Washington State, head coach Keegan Cook and the Washington women’s volleyball team knew last season’s winning strategy was no longer working.

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In the time that it took to complete the fourth set in Pullman on Sunday afternoon, the No. 6 Washington women’s volleyball team could have packed up and completed the cross-state drive back to Seattle.

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After trading the first four sets with No. 15 Utah, the No. 6 Washington volleyball team was in for yet another five-set match, a theme that had become all too familiar for the Huskies as of late.

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After an inconsistent match earlier Thursday morning, the No. 7 Washington volleyball team was nothing but consistent in a 3-0 (25-23, 25-17, 25-17) sweep of Fresno State in the evening at Alaska Airlines Arena.