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    Video Tour Of Husky Stadium
    Virtual Tour
    Husky Stadium:
    Annually voted the most scenic football structure in the nation, Husky Stadium has proven to be a monstrous opponent for visitors hoping to pin a loss on Washington's gridiron heroes. Nestled high above Union Bay in Lake Washington, Husky Stadium has several characteristics that make it unique among stadia.

    Video Tour UW Campus
    UW Campus:
    The University of Washington is located in one of the most breath-taking settings the city of Seattle has to offer. Located on the shores of Lake Washington and boasting gorgeous views of the Cascade Mountains, the combination of this spectacular setting with buildings in both neo-Gothic and modern styles gives the campus a distinctive aura.

    Video Tour Of Alaska Airlines Arena
    Alaska Airlines Arena at Hec Edmundson Pavilion:
    Alaska Airlines Arena at Hec Edmundson Pavilion is the primary home for the Husky men's and women's basketball teams, volleyball team and gymnastics squad. The 2000-01 season featured the re-opening of the Arena after a major, 16-month long, top-to-bottom overhaul.

    Video Tour Of Husky Softball Stadium
    Husky Softball Stadium:
    Washington has played itself into the upper echelon of collegiate softball, and it has the home facility to showcase that talent. Easily one of the finest facilities in the country, Husky Softball Stadium is home to the 1996 and 2000 Pac-10 Champions, and was the site of the 1996, 1998, 1999 and 2000 NCAA regional tournaments that Washington won to advance to the College World Series.

    Husky Ballpark:
    Washington, which had played at Graves Field since the 1960s, opened Husky Ballpark in 1998. Besides Husky baseball, hundreds of games involving youth, semi-pro and recreational teams are played at Husky Ballpark each summer.

    Video Tour Of Husky Soccer Stadium
    Husky Soccer Stadium:
    The 2006 season marks the 11th season of competition at Husky Soccer Field, a soccer-only facility on campus that opened during the fall of 1997. The Huskies rank among the nation's women's soccer attendance leader annually at Husky Soccer Field. The 72 x 120 field, located alongside Lake Washington north of Husky Stadium and just south of the Montlake parking lot, provides the Husky men's and women's program with a top-notch playing field on a year-round basis.

    Video Tour Of Washington National
    Washington National Golf Course
    On August 12, 2000 Washington National Golf Course opened to the public for play. The University Course, the first of two 18-hole courses to be constructed at the site, was the first to open for play. The University Course is the official home of Husky Golf and, through a corporate sponsorship with the athletic department, will offer special rates for University faculty, staff and students.

    Husky Pool/King County Aquatics Center:
    Husky Pool served as the Northwest's premier swim complex from 1937 until the Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center was built for the 1990 Goodwill Games. The venerable Husky Pool, located on the east wing of Edmundson Pavilion, has hosted many significant competitions, including the 1948 and 1961 NCAA Championships. Serving as a second home for the Husky swimmers is a world-class facility, the Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center.

    Video Tour Of The NTC
    Nordstrom Tennis Center:
    Located just north of Husky Stadium, the Lloyd Nordstrom Tennis Center is one of the Northwest's most modern indoor tennis facilities. The doors of the indoor facility at the University of Washington were opened with dedication ceremonies on June 1, 1989.
    Nordstrom Tennis Center

    Bill Quillian Stadium:
    Bill Quillian has long been associated with tennis at the University of Washington, as a player, a coach and a member of the Husky Hall of Fame. His legacy was honored years ago when the University of Washington tennis courts were named in his memory. Located just north of Bank of America Arena at Hec Edmundson Pavilion, the Husky tennis teams make their outdoor home on those courts.

    Video Tour Of The Conibear Shellhouse
    Conibear Shellhouse:
    The Conibear Shellhouse is located on the shores of Lake Washington and has served as "home" for Husky Crew since it was constructed in 1949. A number of facelifts have occurred over the years, but now the facility has recently undergone a stunning, complete renovation. Re-opened in spring of 2005, every space was totally re-done and updated, increasing space by 75 percent to 47,250 square feet.

    Video Tour Of Dempsey Indoor
    Dempsey Indoor:
    One of the newest, and largest, addition to Washington's growing athletic complex is Dempsey Indoor. The 80,000-square foot home of Husky indoor track opened in September of 2001 to rave reviews. It serves as a multi-purpose practice facility and host the Husky Huddles and 5th Quarter for every home football game.

    Video Tour Of Sports Performance Center
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    Husky Sports Performance:
    Washington's sports performance center is headquartered in the 12,000-foot facility that houses equipment specifically designed to improve athletic performance. The facility was originally built in 1987 and was completely renovated in the summer of 2007.

    Video Tour Of Legend Center
    Photo Gallery
    Legends Center:
    Visitors to the UW athletic complex can visit the new Legends Center, a centerpiece to a new state-of-the-art facility designed to pay tribute to the past and future success of Washington football.
    Athletic Medicine:
    Washington's athletic training staff consists of seven full-time certified athletic trainers, 12 student trainers and a staff of seven doctors, all working to help provide the 700-plus Husky student-athletes the best available medical care. In addition, a network of other specialists - dentists, optometrists, etc. - are all available for any of the UW student-athletes' needs.

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