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Bellingham Huskies

Bellingham Husky Cruise

Mon. Aug. 14, 2017      5 p.m.

Port of Bellingham Cruise Terminal

Online registration is now closed. Additional tickets may be available, space permitting. To inquire, please contact Nicole Howard at 206-685-2978.

Ready for happy hour on the sea? Climb aboard and embark on a two-hour spirited evening cruise around Bellingham Bay on the Victoria Star 2. You’ll enjoy delicious appetizers and samples from local businesses Boundary Bay Brewery, Dynasty Cellars and San Juan Vineyards.

You must be 21 or older to attend. Please bring photo ID.

UWAA members: $30
General admission: $40

Pre-boarding reception: 5–6:15 p.m.
Dome Room, Bellingham Cruise Terminal
Hear from Mary Lou Mulflur, ’80, who led the UW women’s golf team to the 2016 national championship, now in her 34th year as head coach. Meet this Husky legend, named the 2016 NCAA Women’s Golf Coach of the Year.

Cruise: 6:30–8:30 p.m.
Victoria Star 2 cruise ship
Enjoy beverages from Boundary Bay Brewery, Dynasty Cellars Winery and San Juan Vineyards.


A cornerstone of the UW women’s golf program, head coach Mary Lou Mulflur is in her 34th season directing the Huskies. Mulflur’s dedication, teaching and coaching skills as well as her fundraising abilities, have allowed her to build the Husky program into one of the nation’s most competitive teams on an annual basis, most recently capped by leading the Huskies to its first NCAA National Championship in 2016.

In 33 seasons as the Husky women’s golf coach, Mulflur has led the Huskies to 24 of the 25 NCAA Regionals that have been contested since their inception in 1993. She has also led her teams to 12 NCAA Championships.

For her service to Washington women’s golf and college golf in general, Mulflur was inducted into the Women’s Golf Coaches Association Hall of Fame in December, 2013. Three times during Mulflur’s career she has been named the Pac-10 Coach of the Year. She is also the only coach who has attended every PAC-10/12 championship since the inception of a women’s conference tournament in 1987.


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