Washington kicked off Pac-12 play with a win over San Diego State thanks to a diving header in the 82nd minute by Danny Gavin.
The Dawgs host San Diego State (5-1-2) on Friday night at 6:00 p.m. and the Bruins (4-4-0) on Sunday at 7:05 p.m.
No. 10 Washington responded from its first loss of the season with one its best efforts of the year, but could not find a goal, despite a myriad of chances, and settled for a 0-0 tie with Portland.
No. 10 Washington dropped its first game of the season on Thursday, falling to Seattle U., 2-1.
No. 10 Washington (4-0-2) plays a pair of rivalry games this week with the derby at Seattle U. (5-0-2) and traditional rival Portland (2-4-1).
No. 9 Washington stayed undefeated, but not in the fashion they hoped, drawing with Harvard, 0-0.
Washington trailed 2-0 at halftime, but fought back, scoring three times in the second half to defeat Dartmouth, 3-2.
No. 9 Washington (3-0-1) returns home this weekend to face a pair of Ivy League foes in Dartmouth and Harvard.
SEATTLE – After rising one spot in the rankings following an away match against Drexel, the No. 6 ranked Huskies add to their case of being one of the top teams in the country
No. 6 Washington will host British Columbia on Friday night at 7 p.m. for a friendly against the Canadian side.
No. 7 Washington stayed unbeaten, defeating Drexel on the road, 1-0. The Dawgs earned yet another clean sheet, having now gone 380 scoreless minutes to start the season.
No. 7 Washington dominated Pennsylvania all night, but could not find a goal and settled for a 0-0 draw.