Read All About It: Lawrie Goes Back-to-Back
It'll be a busy day for the Washington softball team here in Oklahoma City. The day before the start of the 2010 Women's College World Series features a press conference, practice time and an hour with the ESPN TV crew, taping various bits that will be used in the game broadcasts.
A reminder that the Huskies take on Georgia tomorrow (Thu.) night at 6:30 p.m. Pacific Time. The game will air live on ESPN2, online at espn3.com, on KKNW AM-1150 radio and online at www.kknw1150.com.
The big news in the papers today is that Husky star Danielle Lawrie has won her second straight ASA/USA Softball National Player of the Year award, which was presented in a banquet last night in OKC. She's just the second woman to win the award more than once and is the first Husky athlete ever to twice win a national player of the year award at the collegiate level.
Here's a look at what's in today's papers:
• The Oklahoman (Oklahoma City's paper) has this feature on Lawrie and the rise of the Husky softball program.
• Also from the Oklahoman, for those who might be joining us at the WCWS, here's a rundown of information for fans.
• In the UW Daily, Christian Caple covers Lawrie's award.
• Lawrie's hometown newspaper, the Vancouver (B.C.) Sun, has this story.
We'll have more from Oklahoma City later today here at gohuskies.com. Make sure to check back!
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