Mariners relief pitcher who was named American League Rookie of the Year. Broke the team record and Major League rookie record with 37 saves. Led the American League in saves percentage (.919) and helped the M’s reach the league championship series. Japan’s all time saves leader, he joined the M’s as free agent and won his rookie honors at age 32.
Mariners outfielder and lead-off hitter who became the first player in baseball history to win in the same year a batting championship and Rookie of the Year and Most Valuable Player awards. had the most of any player since 1930. Also led the AL in stolen bases and won a Gold Glove for his fielding as the M’s won a record-tying 116 games.
Left-handed MLB pitcher. League leader in winning percentage since 1996 and Mariners’ all time leader at .671 (98-48). Led team with 230 innings pitched, fourth-best in AL last season at age 39. Extraordinarily active in community and charitable work.
Led team to its first 10-win season in 17 years. Set the franchise record for most passing yards as third-year starting quarterback. Tied the team single-season record with four 300-yard games. Helped Seahawks lead the NFL in third down conversions.
Won the NCAA Championship as a junior at UNLV, then had the best summer of any amateur since 1930. The Puyallup native’s numerous victories included the Sahalee Players Championship, Western Amateur and, for the second time each, the US Pubilc Links and US Amateur.
All-Pro running back. NFL Most Valuable Player. Set the league record at the time with 28 touchdowns. Led the league in rushing. Became the Seahawks’ all-time rushing leader. Set team records for rushing yards, yards per carry and most 100-yard games. Named Seahawks Man of the Year for his community service.
Washington’s first player in 53 years to make first-team AP All-American and first Pac-10 player of the year since 1986. Led the Huskies in most offensive categories and into the NCAA’s Sweet Sixteen before becoming a first-round NBA draft pick.
Wide receiver who broke the franchise record with 94 receptions at age 34 after a thyroid condition caused him to miss much of the previous season. Topped 1,000 yards receiving for the first time in his 12-year career. Earned team’s Steve Largent Award for dedication.
Completed UW career with 1,805 (13.8 ppg) and 1,283 (9.8 rpg). UW’s all-time leading rebounder and second -leading scorer. First ever Husky and fourth in Pac-12 history to surpass 1,800 points and 1,200 rebounds.
In the 2012 season the 3x All-Star and CY young award winner became the first mariner in team history to throw a perfect game. He has also thrown 200+ strikeouts in 4 straight seasons.
Puyallup native won two gold medals at the age of 16 in the 2000 Syndney Olympics. Won the 100-meter Breaststroke and 4×100-meter Medley Relay. Her two gold medals landed her on the cover of Sports Illustrated that summer.
University of Washington women’s crew coach who led the Huskies to their third national championship in five years. No other UW team has won an NCAA championship. Pac-10 Coach of the year for the eight time, including four of the past five years and conference champion for the 10th time in her 14-year tenure.
College basketball player of the year as PG for undefeated NCAA champion Connecticut. First pick in the WNBA draft. All-star starter as a rookie. Helped Storm win two WNBA Championships 2004, 2010. Played for the U.S. team that won the world championship.
WNBA’s Most Valuable Player after leading the league in scoring with 21.2 points per game. Ranked among league leaders in rebounding and field goal percentage. An All-Star forward in each of her three seasons and, at 22, youngest MVP in league history. Has Helped Storm win two WNBA Championships in 2004,2010.
First woman coach to win a WNBA championship. Led Storm to a franchise record 20 victories and a three-game sweep of the finals. that was Seattle’s first league title in any pro sport since 1979. Also helped coach the U.S. women to Olympic gold.
All-America outside hitter. Was a standout in the Huskies’ drive to a national championship. Named Most Outstanding Player of the Final Four after posting a team-high 15 kills and seven blocks. Also was regional MVP after leading UW with 21 kills. Sophomore earned All-America honors for the second time.
Washington’s first three-time first team All-American. Led the nation in assists for the second straight year, this time with an NCAA record average. Broke the Pac-10 career record by a wide margin. Led the Huskies to three Final Fours and a national championship.
Topped Pac-10 in strikeouts as a sophomore and led Huskies back to the College Softball World Series, opening with a no-hitter and a one-hitter. Broke UW season record for strikeouts for the second straight year. Pitched for Canada in the 2008, 2012 Olympics.
A two-time Olympic gold medalist and current goalkeeper for the US women’s national team. In February 2012 she signed with the Seattle Sounders Women’s team.
The University of Washington entered the College World Series as the third seed. Despite having no home games the Huskies cruised to the national title game in 2009, sweeping the University of Florida Gators in two games.