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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The Pac-12 season is done for the Washington women’s tennis team.
Less than 24 hours after finding themselves on the wrong side of a 4-0 sweep against San Diego, the Washington women’s tennis team showed its grit in knocking off Arizona 4-1 on Friday morning to begin the 2021 Pac-12 Tournament.
The Washington women’s tennis team now has not played a full seven-point match in nearly two weeks. Taking their talents across the state to Spokane, the UW ended Gonzaga in an abbreviated 4-0 midweek matinee sweep for their fourth consecutive victory.
The courts at Nordstrom Tennis Center sizzled with more emotion and energy than they had witnessed in over a calendar year, since before the COVID-19 pandemic extended its grip on UW athletics.