An interior presence who gained notoriety for her old-school, low-arc, set-shot-type 3-pt shot that has been analyzed favorably by ESPN SportsScience’s John Brenkus. Brenkus noted her quick forearm/wrist movements provide a release time of 0.4 second, equal to that of the NBA’s Steph Curry. Washington’s career rebounding leader and only second UW woman with 1,000 pts, 1,000 rebos. 2016-17: One of 15 finalists for Wooden Award as nat’l POY. All-America Second Team (AP), All Pac-12 after her 15.3 rpg and teammate Kelsey Plum’s 31.7 ppg made them first teammates in women’s NCAA history to lead nation in rebounding and scoring in same season. Led DI in double-doubles (30); tied Pac-12 season mark for total rebs. Set conf game mark with 30 rebs vs. Wash. St. (1/22). Had 8 games of 20+ boards and a triple-double (11p, 21r, 10a on 11/22/16 vs. Idaho) … 2015-16: MVP of NCAA Trnmnt’s Lexington Regional; All-Pac-12 Hon. Mention. Set UW single-season mark for boards. Avg’d a pts/rebs double-double … 2014-15: Primarily UW’s sixth woman … PREP: Helped 30-0 St. Mary’s to 2012 nat’l title and 3 state titles … MISC: UW’s Mike Neighbors, then a Huskies’ asst to K. McGuff, found Osahor (playing in a game between schools from AZ and NJ) while in wrong gym scouting a summer-league prep tourney in Chicago. Hobbies include collecting basketball shorts.