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Academic slam dunk!

Husky student-athletes may have lost their spring seasons because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but they made extraordinary gains in their education. Without missing a beat, the Student-Athlete Academic Services team — sustained by generous donations... FULL STORY

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One giant LEAP into college

Academics didn’t come naturally to Olivia Mikkelsen. She had to work hard to earn good grades — and she did. Even though the Husky Volleyball player felt well prepared for her first year at Washington, she decided to devote a... FULL STORY

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Jump ball! A giant leap of faith leads a Kiwi to Washington

Seattle? Sam Timmins had never heard of the place. In rugby-crazy New Zealand, he’d followed his dad into the sport before a friend recommended that big, tall Sam should give basketball a shot. FULL STORY

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From BMX to BKB

Amber Melgoza was only seven years old when she won her first national championship, a fearless little kid on the bicycle motocross (BMX) track who went head to head with the boys, decked out in a bright pink helmet so... FULL STORY

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Health Care Huskies

A botched operation on his broken leg, and the high-tech procedure to rectify it, solidified then 13-year-old Ian Engstrom’s determination to become a doctor. “I was in agonizing pain,” remembers the UW Rower and 3.58 GPA biochemistry major. FULL STORY

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Built for Life

Elijah Molden knows first-hand that football doesn’t last forever. The son of Oregon Ducks Hall of Famer and NFL cornerback Alex Molden, the junior defensive back says football has always been in his DNA. Watching his father transition from football... FULL STORY