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Located in Seattle, Washington, the Washington Huskies are the collegiate athletic program that represents the University of Washington. Washington’s intercollegiate program, which is a member of the Pacific 12 Conference, has nine men’s and 11 women’s teams. Men’s teams include football, baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, rowing, tennis, and track & field. Women’s teams include basketball, cross-country, golf, gymnastics, rowing, sand volleyball, soccer, softball, tennis, track & field, and volleyball. Washington engages in a fierce rivalry with the University of Oregon and is better known as the “Border War” and the annual football game has been played since 1900. Washington leads the all-time series, 58-44-5, but Oregon has won 11 straight meetings. Washington also faces off against Washington State in the annual battle for the Apple Cup. Washington has won five of the last six meetings and leads the all-time series, 69-32-6.
Washington has won 34 team national championships, but only six are recognized by the NCAA. The six NCAA team championships were all won by women’s programs, namely rowing (3), softball, volleyball, and cross country. Rowing has been a long standing tradition at Washington and is easily the school’s most successful program. Washington’s men’s team has won 19 national titles, boats 15 Olympic gold medalists while the women’s team has won 11 national titles and boasts two Olympic gold medalists. University of California has been Washington’s long standing rival in crew. Washington’s football program was awarded national championships in 1990 and 1991 due to its stretch of dominant play. During the 1991 season, Washington beat its opponents by an average score of 42-9 in the regular season. Washington had three wins over Top 10 ranked programs, including a 34-14 win over Michigan in the Rose Bowl. The 1991 team is regarded as one of the most dominant in the history of college football.
Washington’s official mascot is “Harry the Husky.” Harry is one of two mascots that Washington uses; Harry’s brother, Hendrix, is utilized at the Tacoma campus. Washington’s fight song is “Bow Down to Washington” and is played by the marching band at football, basketball, and volleyball games. The official university colors are purple and gold.
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6-4-15: Washington has reduced ticket prices for the upcoming season of the men's basketball team. The Huskies, who finished with a winning record at 16-15 last season, have cut ticket costs between 5 and 7 percent after years of declining attendance rates. An official price hasn't been set for season tickets just yet, but it was listed for $99 last year. It is the first time the school has lowered ticket prices in at least the past 10 years.