Women's Soccer - Archives 2014
\GoHuskies.com will take a look at the team for the upcoming season. Monday, it's the defense.
Washington women's soccer continues with preseason as the opener on August 22 is just over a week away.
The long wait for the 2014 women's soccer season is over as the Huskies got their preseason underway on Wednesday. Washington held its first practice on a perfect sunny day in the Pacific Northwest.
Instead of arriving at UW early, teammates Shannon Simon and Kimby Keever of Beach FC in Southern California were busy winning a national title at the club level.
The 2014 Washington women's soccer season is just around the corner, but several of the newest Huskies are already on campus getting a jumstart on their careers.
Midfielder Amanda Perez has earned a spot on the U-20 World Cup Team for Mexico.
Less than a month from players reporting for the season, head coach Lesle Gallimore named team captains on Wednesday.
Unleashed: Gallimore, UW's Direct Links To Klinsmann, World Cup
Washington women's soccer will once again have plenty of visibility with nine televised games with the announcement of the schedule on Wednesday.
Washington coaches Lesle Gallimore and Amy Griffin recently participated in the U.S. Women's Soccer U-23 camp as they continue their work with the national teams.
Fresh off a productive spring, the Husky women's soccer players disperse to play for various club teams.