Washington Huskies have begun to rise from the ranks of the University of Washington student body into professional sports. We have a way to remain connected to so many athletes now spread across the nation
2017 has been a year filled with good news and accomplishments of Washington Huskies athletes. From Kelsey Plum, to Chantel Osahor, to John Ross, the nations headlines have splashed the names of Washington Huskies breaking records.
So it comes as no small wonder to pause and reflect – ten students have already joined the ranks of professional sports. Two to the WNBA, and eight to the NFL. With so many departing so rapidly, that creates a challenge of how to remain connected to each of the Huskies in their new residents.
Of course, social media is always an option. But that is oftentimes no better than the evening news. So we wracked our brains to come up with alternatives. And the one option which seemed to generate the most positive feedback is cuisine. Now, ideally that means traveling to the new home of each player and trying the native foods with the natives.
But bills, budgets, and time crunches eliminate that option rather quickly. And so, we have searched our experiences and data bases for the closest thing to being there. Here are our choices, and we hope you enjoy them as much as we do.