No. 7 Washington dominated Pennsylvania all night, but could not find a goal and settled for a 0-0 draw.
No. 7 Washington (2-0-0) heads out on the road for the first time this season, traveling to Philadelphia to face Pennsylvania (0-0-0) and Drexel (0-2-0).
Washington made it a weekend sweep, knocking off UC Davis on Sunday night under the lights, 3-0.
It wasn't the fast start that the Huskies hoped for, nor was it the prettiest game, but in the end the Dawgs got the result they needed, a 1-0 season-opening win over Gonzaga.
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No. 10 Washington opens the regular season this week by hosting Gonzaga and UC Davis.
The much anticipated start to the 2015 Washington men's soccer season begins this weekend when the Dawgs host Gonzaga and UC Davis at Husky Soccer Field.
The final installment of the positional previews takes a look at the Husky attack.
Washington has plenty of potential combinations and blend of youth and experience, but the key will be a pair of seniors running the team from the middle of the park.
The positional previews continue today with the defense.
The Washington men's soccer team is back into the swing of things, training daily in preparation for the beginning of the 2015 season.
No. 10 Washington was picked to finish third in the Pac-12 in a polling of the conference coaches. The Dawgs received one first place vote and finished behind UCLA and Stanford in the polling.