Redmond High alumni Amirah Milloy, left, and Kaija Gibson were both members of the University of Washington softball squad, which placed second in the NCAA Women’s College World Series. Florida State won the title with a two-game sweep (1-0 and 8-3) of UW on June 4-5 at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City. Florida State was the sixth-ranked team and finished 58-12 and UW was ranked fifth and finished 52-10. In a 6-2 win over No. 1 Oregon on June 1, pinch runner Gibson scored UW’s first run after sliding into home as the Oregon catcher’s glove slammed into her face. Gibson received stitches to her chin. Photo courtesy of Claudine Milloy.

Redmond High alumni Amirah Milloy, left, and Kaija Gibson were both members of the University of Washington softball squad, which placed second in the NCAA Women’s College World Series. Florida State won the title with a two-game sweep (1-0 and 8-3) of UW on June 4-5 at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City. Florida State was the sixth-ranked team and finished 58-12 and UW was ranked fifth and finished 52-10. In a 6-2 win over No. 1 Oregon on June 1, pinch runner Gibson scored UW’s first run after sliding into home as the Oregon catcher’s glove slammed into her face. Gibson received stitches to her chin. Photo courtesy of Claudine Milloy.

Former Redmond High players snag second with UW softball squad

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Redmond High alumni Amirah Milloy, left, and Kaija Gibson were both members of the University of Washington softball squad, which placed second in the NCAA Women’s College World Series. Florida State won the title with a two-game sweep (1-0 and 8-3) of UW on June 4-5 at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City. Florida State was the sixth-ranked team and finished 58-12 and UW was ranked fifth and finished 52-10. In a 6-2 win over No. 1 Oregon on June 1, pinch runner Gibson scored UW’s first run after sliding into home as the Oregon catcher’s glove slammed into her face. Gibson received stitches to her chin. Photo courtesy of Claudine Milloy.

Photo courtesy of Kristen Gibson

Photo courtesy of Kristen Gibson

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