Coach gets defibrillator, full recovery expected

EVERETT — WSU Womens Basketball Coach June Daugherty begins life with the defibrillator that doctors installed in her chest Thursday.

The device will monitor her heartbeat and restore it to normal, if necessary. They expect her to be released from the hospital within a couple of days and to recover fully.

For the full story, and how Daugherty and a player share a common challenge and blessing, click ont he following link to the Everett Herald, ONLINE @ http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/cbasketball/317160_june25.html

An earlier article regarding Daugherty’s cardiac arrest on June 22 can be found at http://www.wsutoday.wsu.edu/manager/edit.asp?id=4097 

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