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Friday Dots: Softball blanks Stanford, plays final two regular season games this weekend

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Taran Alvelo sat down the first 12 batters she faced on the way to her 23rd win of the season

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Football Dots

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Petersen’s percentage has taken a minor hit since moving into the Power 5, but still on top:

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Six Million guaranteed for Murphy:

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Misc Dots

  • On Brock Huard’s podcast “Above and Beyond,” he sits down with Matisse Thybulle to discuss his journey, and how his faith and family have played a huge role in his success.

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5-0 win over Stanford Thursday night. Final two regular season games are at home this weekend for #2 ranked Huskies (43-7, 18-4).

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After 4-0 wins in the first two rounds, women’s tennis heads to LA to take on #7 UCLA.

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Sis Bates wins Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year, joining BBK and Thybulle. For Bates, she wins the award for the second straight year.

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Wednesday night, UW baseball gets the win with a four-run 8th inning. Dawgs host Utah for three games this weekend:

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Women’s golf earns third bid in four years to NCAA Championships. Begins May 17 in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

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Nowell projected to go early in the second round:

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UW track star joined the wrestling team in high school to improve her core strength.

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Retro Dot

Former UW great now a horse trainer at Emerald Downs: