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Year in review: Athlete of the year

This has been a year full of memorable performances from athletes who will be remembered at the UW for years to come.

I wish I could have redshirted

After four years, a Daily columnist says farewell

Year in review: Moment of the year

It’s been a dramatic year on Montlake. From the opening of new stadiums to multiple Washington teams making runs in the NCAAs, there have been quite a few notable achievements in the 2013-14 academic year. Those achievements will be remembered as snapshots, moments in a year filled with fantastic ones. Here are a few Daily sportswriters’ picks for the best moment of the year.

Battle Royale

Daily sportswriters debate about UW baseball, the NBA Finals, and notable first pitches.

Straight shooting

Husky Archery Club bonds over bows

Huskies end season, but a new era is born

A renaissance season for the Washington baseball team came to a close on Monday night as host Mississippi pulled off a 3-2 win in extra innings to earn a spot in the NCAA Super Regionals.

Huskies stave off elimination

After dropping the first game on Sunday against No. 1 seed Mississippi in the Oxford Regional, the Washington baseball team bounced back to win an elimination game against Georgia Tech later that night.

Men’s crew takes fourth straight title while women finish seventh

If there were any questions about whether or not the Washington men’s rowing team deserved its top national ranking heading into the IRA championships, the Huskies laid those doubts to rest Sunday in spectacular fashion by winning their fourth consecutive national title.

Three more Huskies qualify for NCAA championships

Three Washington athletes punched their tickets to the NCAA championships on the final day of the NCAA West Preliminaries in Fayetteville, Ark., bringing the total to 13 Huskies who will compete in Eugene, Ore., for NCAA titles.

UW men send all boats to finals; women advance three boats

Tomorrow is grand final racing day for both the NCAA and IRA championships, and the Washington rowing team is ready for the challenge. Of the Huskies’ eight boats eligible for competing in Sunday’s championships, seven will be competing for national titles tomorrow.