Several former Huskies were in action this week for their professional teams, led by Darwin Jones who scored the first hat trick in Sounders 2 history.
Washington head coach Jamie Clark announced Thursday that David Coly has signed a national letter of intent to join the Huskies next season.
Washington alum Ty Harden got his MLS season off to a great start, scoring the game-winning goal in the San Jose Earthquakes win over the Chicago Fire on Sunday.
Washington men's soccer head coach Jamie Clark announced the 2015 spring schedule on Thursday, headlined by the opening match against the Sounders 2 at the Husky Soccer Field.
Washington head coach Jamie Clark is pleased to announce an eight-player class on 2015 National Letter of Intent day.
Spencer Richey became the third Washington player selected in the MLS Draft this year, going to the Vancouver Whitecaps with the 19th pick of the third round (61st overall).
Two Huskies were taken in the Major League Soccer Draft on Thursday with Cristian Roldan taken in the first round by the Seattle Sounders and Andy Thoma in the second round by the Portland Timbers.
Washington senior forward Darwin Jones officially signed with the Seattle Sounders FC on Monday, becoming the fifth homegrown player in club history.
With the MLS Draft just a week away, four Huskies have begun their path towards professional careers.
The Dawgs earned two honorees with the announcement of the All-America teams by the National Soccer Coaches America.
Washington was well-represented by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America with the announcement of the All-Region teams.
This time there was no magic in penalty kicks for Washington as Michigan State eliminated the Dawgs from the NCAA Tournament.