Donors and Difference-Makers

Your impact

Your generous support has opened doors to new opportunities and experiences for our student-athletes. The commitment you show each year enables them to make a meaningful difference in their communities and has had a remarkable effect on the legacy of UW Athletics.

Read more about Track & Field’s historic year and our spring sports’ success.

Thank you for being the driving force behind their success!

$31 Million

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


donated on Husky Giving Day from 963 donors

3.37 Department GPA

for the 2022–23 academic year


of student-athletes attaining a 3.0 GPA or above in the 2022–23 academic year

993 APR

(Academic Progress Rate) score by Women’s Cross Country, Women’s Track & Field, Men’s Soccer, Women’s Basketball, Gymnastics, Women’s Golf and Men’s and Women’s Softball teams. APR is a term-by-term measure of eligibility and retention for Division 1 student-athletes


Alamo Bowl victory and 11-win season for the fifth time in school history


Women’s College World Series Appearance

Women’s Basketball

WNIT Fab 4 Appearance

Men’s Soccer

Pac-12 Champions


21st-Consecutive NCAA Tournament Appearance

Men’s Golf

NCAA Regional Appearance

Women’s Tennis

NCAA Tournament Appearance


Regional Final Appearance (first since 2018)


35 Wins (most since 2014), Regional Bid (first since 2018)

Beach Volleyball

First 20-Win Season in Program History


Coaches and Staff

Fueling champions

The power of strength, conditioning and nutrition For Husky Football, the most important time is not game day, but the critical hours long before student-athletes step onto that field. The unwavering focus on strength, conditioning and nutrition, coupled with a...

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Donors and Difference-Makers

‘We could never give back as much as we receive’

Tyler and Ginger Branham support Husky Athletics and the UW to pay it forward to new generations When it came time for Tyler and Ginger Branham to purchase a home for their growing family, they insisted on a very important...

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Programs and More

Game-changing innovations for student-athlete recovery

Advanced tech keeps student-athletes healthy and ready for competition Everybody loves the thrill of game day: the breathtaking plays, the resounding echo of the final buzzer and the electric energy of the crowd. As the excitement subsides, however, a different...

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Coaches and Staff

A conversation with the new leader of Washington’s Big W...

Former Husky Football player Justin Glenn (’13) brings a lifelong passion for the UW to his new position connecting letterwinners with their alma mater. Most recently Director of Player Development under Coach DeBoer, Justin brings his unique perspective as a...

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Rallying through changes and challenges

Astrid Olsen’s journey from Norway to the UW Astrid Olsen’s collegiate journey has been anything but easy. Her first challenge came when she was recruited by Pepperdine University to play tennis. The move from Norway to the United States came...

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Programs and More

The Boys in the Boat

A historic tale inspires a new generation On the brink of Hitler’s rise, nine young Husky rowers fearlessly embarked on an incredible journey, carrying with them the hopes of a nation. Defying all odds, this ragtag group seized gold at...

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Programs and More

A new home for Husky Basketball

A fresh facility to honor the past and bring us into the future UW is gearing up for a monumental new chapter in Husky Basketball history. Unlike other conference members who have dedicated practice space for Men’s and Women’s Basketball,...

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Driven by dreams

Teddy Lin’s inspiring journey to golf greatness As a young golfer in Taiwan, Teddy Lin aspired to showcase his skills at an American university. Drawing inspiration from his icon, Pan Cheng-tsung (C.T. Pan), a UW legend who now competes as...

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Athletic Director's Letter

With you 
by our side, 
we can win 
in everything

My family and I had never experienced anything like the Purple Reign of the Washington-Oregon game last month. The delirious joy, the deafening cheers, the overwhelming pride of Husky Nation. It affirmed every reason we had for wanting to come...

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