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Friday Dots: Reliving the top moments of the 2020 season

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Cade Otton completing a comeback win just might make Christian Caple’s list

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Happy Friday, Dawg fans.

If you want to keep up-to-date with news concerning Washington Huskies athletics all in one easy-to-digest format, follow the official UW Dawg Pound Twitter account and — although he’s no longer with the DawgPound staff — Ryan Priest still has the best damn lists of UW’s beat reporters, Washington athletes, and Washington coaches, To the Dots!

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Football Roster official additions:

DB Bookie Radley-Hiles will wear #23 for the Huskies:

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Men’s Hoops

Another Hopkins recruit moving on:

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Pac-12 Podcast

Commissioner search, the Pac-12 comes alive in the NCAA tourney, and more in the latest Podcast Of Champions.

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Freshman kicker enrolled early, and drilling 50-yarders with ease:

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Softball

A two-run home run from fifth-year senior Morganne Flores in the first inning put the UW ahead for good, as it was easy cruising the rest of the way with Gabbie Plain (15-0) throwing another complete game shutout.

Baylee Klingler hit a two-run bomb in the 5th inning to end the game on run-rule.

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Volleyball

Thursday’s first set looked eerily familiar to last weekend’s game against Stanford, but after improving hitting, no sets fell out of the Huskies’ hands all night.

#7 Washington improves to 16-3.

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Baseball

After entering the Pac-12 slate two games above .500, the UW had been swept by both USC and No. 21 Oregon State, making it 19 days since Washington had registered a win.

Washington kicked off its series with No. 10 UCLA by stunning the Bruins with an 8-6 upset win Thursday

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Men’s Tennis remains on the road

So far this season, the Huskies (9-7, 0-3 Pac-12) have continuously struggled away from home, as they started off the season with an 0-6 away record.

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Women’s Soccer

After their sole loss of the season to Stanford on March 12, Washington wasted no time getting back to winning ways: downing Washington State in the Apple Cup, then beating Utah 1-0 in a hard-fought matchup.

The Huskies take on the USC Trojans (4-3-1, 3-3 Pac-12) on Friday, April 2, at 6 p.m., followed by No. 5 UCLA (8-1-1, 5-1 Pac-12) on Sunday, April 4, at 2 p.m.

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Retro Dot

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