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    1. Cohen on Romar: 'I am convinced right now that he is the best guy to try and lead us through.'

    2. Ali Aguilar has four hits, including her 21st homer, and drove in four runs and the 12th-ranked Washington Huskies beat No. 19 Minnesota 15-7 in six innings Sunday to win the Seattle NCAA Regional softball tournament and advance to a Super Regional.

    3. Social Hour: Washington's new AD, so long to #Pac12AfterDark?

      Dr. Saturday via Yahoo! SportsMay 24 05:43 PM

      Miss something that happened on Dr. Saturday’s social media presence? Well, we’ve got your roundup.

    4. The University of Washington removes the interim tag from Jennifer Cohen's title after a four-month search.

    5. Washington names Jennifer Cohen new athletic director

      The Associated Press via Yahoo! SportsMay 24 03:25 PM

      For the second time in the past 10 years, Washington chose continuity at the top of its athletic department over bringing in a new face from outside the school. Washington named Jennifer Cohen as its new athletic director Tuesday after she served as the interim athletic director following Scott Woodward's departure for Texas A&M. University President Ana Mari Cauce announced Cohen's appointment...

    6. The Washington Huskies begin play Friday in their 23rd consecutive NCAA tournament, hosting Weber State. Aguilar, their shortstop, has 20 homers this season, tied for fourth in the nation.

    7. Washington promotes Jennifer Cohen to athletics director

      NBC Sports: CollegeFootballTalkMay 24 02:48 PM

      When Scott Woodward left his post as Washington’s athletics director for the same job at Texas A&M in January, the Huskies promoted Jennifer Cohen to be the program’s interim AD. Washington spent the next four months searching far and wide for Woodward’s replacement, and ended up finding her already sitting in Woodward’s old chair. “I am very pleased to […]

    8. Ying Luo, Julianne Alvarez and Wenyung Keh each win for Huskies, who face UCLA in Tuesday’s semifinals.

    9. Either way you slice it, only Pac-12 foe Washington stands in the way of Stanford winning its second consecutive NCAA title.

    10. Stanford, Washington prevail in NCAA Women's semis

      NBC on Yahoo Sports via Yahoo! SportsMay 25 07:32 AM

      Stanford took down a longtime powerhouse, while Washington ousted the No. 1 seed.

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