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.
Christina Archer is at the tail end of a very impactful career as a Husky, and though her contributions may not show up on the stat sheet, they are not unnoticed by her coaches and teammates.
UW women's soccer will makes its fourth Sweet Sixteen appearance in program history when it plays No. 3 Stanford Sunday afternoon in a Pac-12 rematch.
Kimby Keever scored a golden goal as UW women's soccer beat Missouri 1-0 in overtime Friday night in the second round of the NCAA Tournament to advance to the Sweet Sixteen.
Allyson Brahs and Megan Kufeld were named to the Pac-12 All-Academic first team, as a number of Huskies earned conference All-Academic honors.
The Huskies' strong freshman class has made its mark on an impressive 2014 season.
After a 1-0 home victory over Rider to open the NCAA Tournament, UW women's soccer will travel to Palo Alto, Calif., this Friday, Nov. 21 to play the Missouri Tigers in the second round.