Washington men's soccer was well represented on the 2015 Pac-12 All-Academic teams with 12 honorees, as announced by the conference today.
Tuesday, the All-Pac-12 Men's Soccer Teams were announced with six Huskies being honored.
Despite finishing third in the Pac-12, arguably the toughest conference in the nation, Washington was denied an NCAA bid this season.
It was an up and down season for the Huskies who ranked as high as No. 7 in the country, but were just fourth in the Pac-12 entering Thursday's conference finale.
Washington will wrap up the regular season on Thursday, November 12, with a trip to Corvallis to take on the Beavers.
Washington scored an early goal and appeared to have the upper hand on No. 19 UCLA.
Things looked bleak for Washington as they played the final minutes trailing San Diego State, 1-0, on Friday night at the SDSU Sports Deck.
Coming off a dramatic win over No. 4 Stanford, Washington heads back out on the road this weekend for another crucial set of games.
Washington needed a big win to improve its NCAA Tournament resume and got just that on Monday night at Husky Soccer Field, downing No. 4 Stanford, 2-1.
It was one of the best performances of the season for Washington (6-4-5, 2-2-2 Pac-12), but a late California (8-5-2, 3-3-2) goal against the run of play left the Huskies with a frustrating loss.
For Josh Heard, playing at Washington is the result of a serendipitous scenario, a confluence of events that ended with the forward playing his best soccer when the Huskies' coaching staff just happened to be watching.
The Dawgs begin the second round of Pac-12 games by hosting California and No. 4 Stanford.