On Sunday afternoon, with their season on the line, the University of Washington softball team pulled off one of the biggest comebacks in the history of the sport. And that’s not even some writer exaggerating. It’s also no great surprise. It’s the kind of ridiculous feat that simply makes sense when the Huskies pull it off.
Washington softball has quietly been one of the most dominant programs in the country since head coach Heather Tarr took over in 2005, and one of the most thrilling sports teams to watch in Seattle for just as long. In Baylee Klingler and Sami Reynolds, this year’s squad has
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