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Your impact: a year of athletic and academic success — thanks to you!

Your generosity propels our student-athletes to excellence in sports, in academics and in life.

Whether it’s taking pressure off the cost of tuition, giving them the opportunity to travel abroad or supporting their efforts to make a difference in the community, the benefits of your generosity and commitment to Husky student-athletes are far-reaching and tangible.

Thank you for investing in the lives of future leaders and the legacy of UW Athletics. Your giving in fiscal year 2022 made a BIG impact!

$24.1 million

In annual giving to support UW Athletics, including donations to The Competitive Edge Fund, individual teams and seat-related gifts

$12.8 million

Donated in support of capital projects

19 Teams

Achieved a 3.0 GPA or higher last academic year

1,000 APR

Perfect Academic Progress Rate (APR) score by Softball, Women’s Track and Field and Women’s Cross Country who each ranked first (or tied for first). APR is a term-by-term measure of eligibility and retention
for Division 1 student-athletes. Football remained atop the Pac-12 Conference in their sport with a 993.

247 Huskies

Named to the Pac-12 Honor Roll

Team accomplishments for 2021-2022 academic year:

Men’s Golf – PAC-12 Champions
Men’s Soccer – Runner-up in National Championship
Men’s Rowing – 2nd overall in PAC-12 Championship; UW M4 won Visitors’ Challenge Cup
Men’s Track & Field – Runner-up PAC-12 Championships
Men’s Tennis – Runner-up PAC-12 Championships
Cross Country – Runner-up NCAA West Regional Championships
Gymnastics – 3rd NCAA Regional Session I
Women’s Rowing – Runner-up PAC-12 Championship; 4th overall NCAA Championship
Volleyball – Sweet 16 (nine times in 10 years)
Softball – Runner-up PAC-12



A league of his own

Humble catcher from California wins with heart and hustle Recognized at Washington for his acrobatic plays and hot bat, catcher Johnny Tincher has come to earn the respect of teammates, coaches and fans. However, there is one fan in particular...

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Coach's Letter

Starving for greatness

By Kalen DeBoer Head Coach, Washington Football As my second season with Washington begins, I want to share my sincere appreciation for you — our loyal fans and donors. Thank you for welcoming me and my entire staff into the...

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“Do it for the person next to you”

Husky gymnastics leader inspires young Black female athletes As part of the 9% of Division I gymnasts who identify as Black, Amara Cunningham uses her unique position to encourage others. “Gymnastics is a predominantly white sport,” explains Amara. “Inspiring young...

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Empowering the women of Washington

A UW Women’s Golf alum pays forward her formative Husky experience With her roots in Portland, Oregon, and a family full of Ducks, Big W Club member and Women’s Golf alum Molly Boyle jokes that her parents wanted better for...

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Donors and Difference-Makers

Husky Giving Day is on April 6, 2023

One Day. 22 Teams. Big Impact. Husky Giving Day is your opportunity to make a difference for Washington student-athletes. Whether you support our greatest need through The Competitive Edge Fund or give to your favorite team or program, your generosity...

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Coaches and Staff

Conversation with Coach: Volleyball’s Leslie Gabriel

Former UW blocker Leslie Gabriel becomes Husky Volleyball’s newest Head Coach after dedicating 22 seasons on staff. The 2020 AVCA National Assistant Coach of the Year helped build Washington into a national powerhouse. During Leslie’s tenure, the Huskies have won...

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Husky student-athletes benefit from NIL opportunities

Name, image and likeness opens door to personal and professional growth Diagnosed with Marfan syndrome as a child, Langston Wilson was unable to play organized sports growing up. Years of pickup ball and perseverance paid off when he finally received...

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Programs and More

Title IX celebration brings together generations of Huskies

Honoring the past while supporting the future women of Washington This year marks the 50th anniversary of Title IX, a landmark legislation which changed the lives of women and girls and opened the doors to equity in education and sports....

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Programs and More

A bright beginning for the Dawgs and DeBoer

Under first-year Head Coach Kalen DeBoer, UW Football caps off a phenomenal 11-2 season with an Alamo Bowl win. It was a season marked by grit and guts. An explosive beginning — featuring an electric win over Michigan State —...

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