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Goal-line: Graduation

Salvon Ahmed didn’t care much about succeeding in school. Then, a college recruiter delivered a stark wake-up call: improve your grades or risk losing out on an athletic scholarship. “I was good at football, but that wasn’t enough,” says the... FULL STORY

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Honoring Kelsey

Kelsey Plum stands as one of the greatest Husky Women’s Basketball players of all time — one of the best to ever play NCAA Division I hoops. Thanks to the generosity of long-time fan Karen Koon, future generations of Husky... FULL STORY

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Paving the way

When Husky soccer players compete in a stadium dedicated to their sport — on real grass, in front of big crowds of fans, before heading to their own locker room — they have loyal alumni like Mark Cairns to thank... FULL STORY

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Resilience in the rain

A broken foot and a bum knee can’t get the best of Gina Flint. Neither can bad weather. “I love the rain!” the Husky track and field standout exclaims. Enthusiasm is in no short supply for the Bellingham native... FULL STORY

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Basketball’s (re)building blocks

Coach Mike Hopkins arrived at Washington last year with one key goal in mind: to foster a culture that empowered his student-athletes to determine the quality of their competitiveness and the quality of their character... FULL STORY

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Becoming a role model — on the field and off

When Husky Football player Keishawn Bierria was just eight years old, his dad died of cancer. His mom struggled with grief and lost custody of her four kids to Keishawn’s grandparents... FULL STORY