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December 28, 2011 at 8:25 PM

Washington will honor former Husky Andrew Moritz

Andrew Moritz, a former Washington player, will be honored by the Huskies in a tribute before Thursday’s Pac-12 opener against Oregon State.
He died Nov. 26 after a three-year battle against cancer.
A decal displaying the initials A.M. and the years of his life – 1978-2011 – will adorn the Edmundson Pavilion floor by Washington’s bench.
“Andrew was a dedicated Husky,” coach Lorenzo Romar said in a release from the school. “He was someone that would inspire anyone that came into contact with him and we want to make sure that we acknowledge how great of a Husky and a person that he was.”
Moritz, a former walk-on at Washington from 1997-2000, earned a scholarship his senior season. He was a part of two NCAA tournament teams. Moritz played in 34 games and logged 76 minutes and scored 17 points.

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