What a wild ride this past week has been for the Washington Huskies! So to help get you up to date, the Husky Haul proudly bring you the Huskies Sunday Sports Summary
One of the most challenging aspects of covering the University of Washington Huskies‘ many athletic accomplishments is the sheer volume of activity. Each sport, each athlete, each moment deserves their own place in the spotlight. But time is a constraint. Capturing each moment takes hours. And so, rather than shining individual spotlights, we will do one better. We hope to cast one large light on all of the top athletics news for you in one format.
We call this the Husky Sunday Sports Summary. And on our pilot article, we have a great deal to cover. Let us know what you think in the comments section for sports and athletes you’d like to read about in future editions.
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The week was filled with positives and negatives. The University of Washington Women’s basketball team led the headliners on the positive front, while their men’s basketball team counterparts headlined sports stories for a different set of reasons.
But spring is nearly here. That means winter sports championship tournaments. It also means spring sports are underway. Let’s cover some of the news stories.