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The Tyee Difference: Winter 2020


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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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Conversation with Coach: Jody Wynn, Women’s Basketball

Being able to play to our potential to finish last year, upsetting two teams in the Pac-12 tournament to go to the semifinals, carried us into a good spring and off-season of training. We have more depth and experience now... FULL STORY

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Kari’s Legacy

Kari Osterhaug had always loved the water, sailing and canoeing and swimming with her parents and four older siblings. But she’d never rowed crew until she showed up as a walk-on for UW Rowing tryouts her freshman year in 1989. FULL STORY

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Setting the table for success

From team travel to high-tech equipment, leading-edge training to scholarships, the generosity of Tyee Club members paved the way for proud achievements in fall sports. Washington was one of just three Division I schools to... FULL STORY

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There’s no place like home

Three-point record-holder Ryan Appleby returned to Washington and now gives back to support today’s student-athletes. FULL STORY

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Cohn Award honoree Pete Shimer lauds ‘the opportunity to give back’

Every day during his more than 35-year career with Deloitte, now as Chief Operating Officer, Pete Shimer says he employs the values and skills he honed as a UW student-athlete... FULL STORY