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University of Washington
4311 11Th Ave NE Box 354985
Seattle, Washington 98105
United States

Company Description: Founded in 1861, the University of Washington is one of the oldest state-supported institutions of higher education on the Pacific coast. The Seattle-based...   more
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UW women's reserve: Have shot, will take it
seattlepi.nwsource.com, 29 Jan 2004 [cached]
Cheri Craddock gives the Huskies a much-needed offensive boost coming off the bench
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In September, Cheri Craddock came to the University of Washington from her Oakland, Calif., home with a Huskies track scholarship.Four months later, she has gone home as a scholarship basketball player.
She and UW coach June Daugherty couldn't be happier.
In the first of two Bay Area games this weekend, Craddock and the Huskies will be at Stanford tonight for the start of the second half of the Pac-10 Conference season.
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Don't be afraid,' " Craddock said of Orlon Robinson.
Craddock's offensive boldness has resulted in a scoring average of 4.5 points a game, enhanced by the fact she is averaging just eight minutes of playing time.
She has made 16 of 31 field-goal attempts (51.6 percent), including 4 of 8 3-pointers.
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"So, if you just shoot it, you have a better chance of making it," Craddock said.
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Craddock is a Husky in part because of the misfortunes of others -- the early retirements of Kayla Burt, Sarah Keeler and Kirsten Brockman and the season-ending foot injuries of Kristen O'Neill and Erica Schelly.
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Craddock, a cousin of UW men's team player Nate Robinson, had played for four years for James Logan High School in Oakland.
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A tryout was arranged, and Craddock passed.
The plan was for Craddock to redshirt.
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So, in the second game of the Pac-10 season, Craddock made her debut at Arizona State and scored seven points.
"I always wanted to play basketball," Craddock said.
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Craddock said she wasn't recruited for basketball in high school in part because she didn't play in the summer or go to the summer camps, at which so much recruiting is done.
"So I guess people didn't really know about me," Craddock said."I got one scholarship offer for basketball, and that was Washington State."
But by then, she had agreed to accept a UW track scholarship as a sprinter -- 100 and 200 meters and the 400 relay.
"Track was my main thing," Craddock said."It was what I did.I'd been running track since I was 4 years old, so it was a given that I was going to run track and just play basketball for my school."
Now she is planning to be a two-sport athlete at Washington, with a favored emphasis on basketball.
"Because track is just a lot of hard work," Craddock said.
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