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The Tyee Difference: Spring 2017

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High-tech training edge

Emerging technology gives coaches and athletes rich data so they can train and compete while reducing the risk of injury FULL STORY

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‘They make us proud’

Kit Raney and Janet Straus never really had the chance to participate in or watch women’s sports when they were growing up. But they’ve made up for lost time and missed opportunities ever since… FULL STORY

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Learning, laughing and connecting in Australia

Every four years, Washington athletic teams travel to another country to explore different cultures and to come together as teammates. Last summer, the Women’s Basketball team ventured to Australia… FULL STORY

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Unbreakable bonds

Following another incredible winning season,Women’s Basketball basks in the influence of your support FULL STORY

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Husky southpaw leads with poise, passion and principle

Stepping onto the mound for his first start at Washington, left-handed pitcher Channing Nesbitt didn’t let the pressure get to him. FULL STORY

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How do you make the Tyee difference?

Thanks to donor-funded tutoring, learning assessments and other support, Husky student-athletes earned an average 3.14 GPA in the fall quarter. FULL STORY