SEATTLE – The Washington women's soccer team ended their spring season on a high note today with a 2-0 win over Seattle Pacific University at Husky Soccer Stadium.
SEATTLE – The Washington women's soccer team will play the final match of their spring schedule this Saturday, April 30th against Seattle Pacific University at 7 p.m. at Husky Soccer Stadium.
SPOKANE, Wash. – The Washington women's soccer team played the fourth match of their spring schedule today, drawing with Gonzaga 1-1 on the road.
CHENEY, Wash. – The Washington women's soccer team continued play in their spring season, dropping a tough match today 2-1 to Eastern Washington on the road.
SEATTLE – Washington women's soccer head coach Lesle Gallimore was honored at Seattle Reign FC's home opener on Sunday as the first Legend in their new Legends Campaign, beginning this season.
SEATTLE – The Washington women's soccer team played their second match of the spring season today, falling 1-5 to Seattle University at Championship Field.
SEATTLE – The Washington women's soccer team began its spring season today with the Community Shield Match against Seattle Reign FC, falling 4-1 at Memorial Stadium.
UW women's soccer head coach Lesle Gallimore completed her coaching staff by adding Nikki Washington as assistant coach. Washington comes to the Huskies from Texas Christian University (TCU) where she served as director of operations last season.
With Black History Month coming to a close, UW women's soccer celebrates the impact the subject has had in the history of the sport and in today's society. Five Huskies, including current, future and recently graduated Dawgs, offer their take on what Black History Month means to them.
UW women's soccer teammates Shannon Simon and Kelcie Hedge were both participants at the recent U.S. U-20 WNT training camp at the Stub Hub Center in Carson, Calif., Jan. 3-10. The two reflected on their experiences as teammates at the camp.
UW women's soccer announces its six-member 2016 Signing Day class, highlighted by two local products and four players from the state of California.
Former UW women's soccer player Sarah Martinez has accepted a position as an assistant women's soccer coach at Stony Brook University. Martinez, UW's director of operations for the last two years for men's and women's soccer, is following former UW assistant coach Brendan Faherty who was hired as Stony Brook's head women's soccer coach in December.