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Road-weary WWU women get warm home welcome

NCAA Division II runner-up Vikings reflect on historic season

Fans raise an imaginary glass as they “toast” the Western Washington University women’s basketball team after their arrival home on March 26. The team finished in second place in the NCAA Division II women’s basketball national championship on Friday.
Fans raise an imaginary glass as they “toast” the Western Washington University women’s basketball team after their arrival home on March 26. The team finished in second place in the NCAA Division II women’s basketball national championship on Friday. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)
By Meri-Jo Borzilleri CDN Contributor
Less than 24 hours after reaching the NCAA Division II championship game for the first time in progr
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