Read All About It: UW Softball's Big Wins
Lots of coverage in the newspapers following the Husky softball team's pair of shutout wins Friday vs. Oklahoma. Those wins put the Dawgs back in the Women's College World Series, where they'll attempt to defend their 2009 national title, starting this Thursday.
• First, a wider view: the Vancouver Sun's Gary Kingston has this lengthy look at Langley, B.C., native Danielle Lawrie, the primary hero of Friday's victories.
• Back to the on-field action, here's Howie Stalwick's gamer, as it appeared in the Kitsap Sun.
• On SeattlePI.com, Christian Caple recounts the story of how Lawrie spent the evening after Thursday's loss to Oklahoma.
• Scott Johnson has plenty to say about Lawrie's day in the Everett Herald. But he also focuses on freshman catcher Shawna Wright, who belted a big homer Friday.
• Here's the recap from Associated Press writer Gregg Bell, as it appeared in USA Today.
• Finally, coverage from the Seattle Times' Terry Wood, who harkens back to the series finale of Lost.
Four of the eight teams have punched their tickets to Oklahoma City as the UW's side of the bracket is filled out. Washington will face Georgia in its first game of the tournament while Tennessee and Arizona fill out the other quarter of the field. Four more teams will fill out the field tomorrow.
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