UW women's soccer will play a four-game spring schedule during the month of April, all in the Seattle area.
On an exciting day for the future of UW women's soccer, head coach Lesle Gallimore and the Huskies announced commitments from six players as part of national signing day.
UW women's soccer head coach Lesle Gallimore and the University of Washington have agreed to a three-year contract extension that will keep the longest tenured head coach in the Pac-12 with the Huskies through 2017, director of athletics Scott Woodward announced Thursday.
After helping lead the 2014 UW women's soccer team to its fourth Sweet Sixteen appearance in program history, associate head coach Amy Griffin was named the NSCAA Pacific Region Assistant Coach of the Year in the Senior College Women's classification.
UW women's soccer has added junior transfer Kat Anesini to its roster, a local product joining the Huskies from Valporaiso University in Indiana.
UW women's soccer head coach Lesle Gallimore and associate head coach Amy Griffin are participating on the coaching staff at U.S. Women's Soccer's invitational camp Jan. 3-10 at the National Training Center in Carson, Calif.
Jaclyn Softli was named to the 2014 NSCAA Women's University Division Scholar All-America third team and six Huskies were named to the All-West Region teams.
Sophomore midfielder Amanda Perez has been invited by the Mexican Women's National Team to attend an upcoming team camp starting Saturday, Dec. 13 in Mexico City.
UW women's soccer enjoyed a very successful 2014 campaign that saw the Huskies make their fourth Sweet Sixteen appearance in program history and record a total of 14 wins, most since 2008.
Seniors Jaclyn Softli and Kate Bennett were named to the NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division I Women's All-Pacific Region teams, and UW women's soccer team received the College Team Academic Award.
Junior goalkeeper Megan Kufeld has been named to the Capital One Academic All-America third team, yet another honor for the decorated scholar.
After a hardfought battle, UW women's soccer saw its season end Sunday afternoon with a 1-0 loss to Stanford in the Sweet Sixteen round of the NCAA Tournament.