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Thriving, for 21 years and counting: The enduring greatness of Husky softball

Thriving, for 21 years and counting: The enduring greatness of Husky softball

Mar 22, 2012 | 8 Comments

  It’s a chilly November evening after practice, and Kylee Lahners is channeling her inner Jesus Christ in front of the entire Washington softball team. A few minutes later, the freshman with long, brown hair – yes, just like Jesus – finishes up and takes a seat. Next up is a hilarious and equally ridiculous […]

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