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January 14, 2009 at 8:39 PM

Washington guard Sara Mosiman set to play against Oregon

Husky.jpgWashington coach Tia Jackson hasn’t set her starting lineup for the home matchup against Oregon on Thursday, but reserve guard Sara Mosiman (ankle) is able to play. She had a setback in the Bay Area losses last week.
Freshman Kristi Kingma (ankle) will be out against the Ducks, however. She’s been limited in practice, but Jackson is hopeful the shooting guard can play against Oregon State. Meanwhile freshman forward Liz Lay (knee) said she’s now 70 percent healthy after suffering her own setback against Stanford.
Administrators aren’t looking at the week’s games as a litmus test of any sort after the 105-points in defeat UW racked up against then-No. 11 Stanford and then-No. 13 California.
“I could have been,” said Stephanie Rempe, senior associate athletic director. “But I liked [Tia’s] whole response.”
Rempe, who’s two months into her new position, and Jackson speak almost daily about the direction the program is headed. The coach and her players are expecting a different outcome at Hec Ed this week.
If you’re unable to make it to the arena, the games will be televised on Comcast SportsNet Northwest at 10 p.m. on Thursday and 9 p.m. on Friday for the Oregon game. The Oregon State game will be tape delayed at 9 p.m. on Saturday and 3 p.m. on Sunday. Former Husky Elise (Niemela) Woodward and Ian Furness will call the matchups.

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