When Stefan Frei, eight-year anchor of the defense, went down, low-profile GK coach Tom Dutra helped newbie Stefan Cleveland to a clean sheet. The secret is out.
Author: Mike Gastineau
The owner of the legendary, defunct FX McRory’s sports bar in Pioneer Square, Mick McHugh, is still legendary and NOT defunct. He’s going to run the Kraken bar in Northgate.
After 19 seasons and four WNBA championships with the Seattle Storm, no athlete is more deserving of a statue than Sue Bird. Hey, arena builders, you listening?
Generations of Washington State fans grew up and old with Bob Robertson, who seemed to have befriended every one of them. He liked being Bob, and they loved him for it.
Whether it was talking on AM radio in the 1960s, staging rock concerts in the ’70s or promoting hydroplane racing forever, Pat O’Day was friend and mentor to all.
The real home for “The Boys In the Boat” is making progress toward revival as a UW events center. And author Daniel James Brown is closer to a film version of his best-seller.
A star poker player in college and a star coach in 3 MLS jobs, Sigi Schmid was a soccer legend who always found time to share wisdom with all who sought him out.
Excerpt from “Mr. Townsend & The Polish Prince”: Joe Purcyzki wasn’t ready for the campus storm at Delaware State caused by his hire.
For a hundred years, the building that housed “The Boys in the Boat” has squatted upon Montlake Cut, largely anonymously. There’s a $10 million plan to change that.
Daniel James Brown’s book, Boys in the Boat, inspired tourists to visit the University of Washington and helped fuel a $10 million renovation of the old shell house.