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The Washington Huskies celebrate after junior Sis Bates double to start the fifth inning. The Huskies faced off against the number one UCLA Bruins losing 4-2 in eight innings on Saturday, March 16th at Husky Stadium in Seattle.
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The Washington Huskies went into Saturday’s game against the UCLA Bruins looking to even up after dropping a 3-0 decision to the Bruins the day before. ...
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Washington Huskies celebrate at home plate as they welcome sophomore Emma Helm (far right) after her home run against Idaho State during the Huskies 8-0 run-rule win on Sunday, March 10th at Husky Stadium on the UW campus. Virginia Lopez photo for The Seattle Lesbian
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The Huskies will start Pac-12 play this weekend against the number one ranked Bruins who come in at 22-1 with their only loss against #25 Michigan Wolverines. ...
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Seattle Storm's Breanna Stewart/Virginia Lopez Photo
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Who should receive the award was a basic no-brainer for Bird who gave a list of why Stewart was the best choice, which the voters agreed with, naming her the Female Sports Star of the Year. ...
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The Seattle Storm are one game away from winning its third WNBA championship trophy as they prepare to play game three of the WNBA Finals against the Washington Mystics in Washington, D.C. ...
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Joining the Seattle Storm were a very excited Mayor Jenny Durkan and two members of the Storm team ownership, Dawn Trudeau and Ginny Gilder. ...
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While Seattle Storm guard Sue Bird talks with media after helping her team defeat the Phoenix Mercury 94-84 a fan holds a poster spouting the Storm's SUEperhero. Bird will lead her team into the franchise's third WNBA Finals as they face the Washington Mystics starting at 6pm on Friday, Sept. 7th at the KeyArena. Photo: Virginia Lopez/VELO Photography
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It took a legacy, an MVP and the tenacity of a gnat for the Seattle Storm to gain a 94-84 game five win over the Phoenix Mercury and the franchises third trip to the WNBA finals. ...
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The Seattle Storm and the Storm "Crazies" celebrate the Storm's 91-87 win over the Phoenix Mercury in the first game of their best-of-five series. They play again at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, August 28 at KeyArena.
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The Seattle Storm held off the Phoenix Mercury in the first game of their best-of-five semifinals last Sunday to take a 1-0 lead in the series. ...
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WNBA president Lisa Borders stepped onto the court along with three Storm teammates who would each be presented with one of these three awards: the Kim Perrot Sportsmanship Award, Most Improved Player and Most Valuable Player. ...
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Seattle Storm forward Jewell Loyd gives a hug to MVP candidate Breanna Stewart after Seattle's 84-68 win over the Dallas Wings in their final WNBA regular season game at the KeyArena in Seattle. Photo: Virginia Lopez/VELO Photography
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The Storm, who holds home court advantage through the playoffs, will start their best of five series at 2 pm on Sunday, August 26 with the second game slated for 7pm on Tuesday, August 28 both at the KeyArena in Seattle. ...
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Seattle Storm guard and captain Sue Bird fires up her team during pre-game introductions as the prepared to play the Minnesota Lynx. The Storm defeated the Lynx 85-75 on August 3rd in front of a sold-out crowd at the KeyArena to clinch a playoff berth in the post season. Photo: Virginia Lopez / VELO Photography
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A sell-out crowd of 12,064 saw the Seattle Storm clinch their 14th playoff appearance in 19 seasons ...
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