Husky head coach Lesle Gallimore is pleased to announce that five student-athletes have signed national letters of intent to attend Washington in the fall of 2014.
The driven goalkeeper is so much more than a rising star in the Pac-12. She's a molecular biology major. She has a 3.96 GPA. And she is the first Husky student-athlete in 20 years – maybe ever – to win UW's prestigious president's medal as the university's top student in her class.
Washington redshirt freshman Amanda Perez is headed to the U-20 World Cup after qualifying with Mexico
Washington women's soccer has announced the 2014 schedule for the spring season.
Washington women's soccer announced its complete list of awards this week, highlighting another outstanding season of achievement.
Washington head coach Lesle Gallimore announced three changes to the Husky roster, beginning winter quarter.
The Husky women's soccer team was well represented on the Pac-12 All-Academic Teams. The Dawgs had two players earn first team honors with 13 honorees overall.
Husky Women's Soccer players Amanda Perez and Isabel Farrell have been invited to represent their countries at the U-20 World Cup camps.
Four Huskies were honored as part of the All-Pac-12 teams as announced by the conference on Tuesday afternoon.
SEATTLE – The Huskies battled with No. 24 Washington State for almost 80 minutes on Senior Day on Friday, hoping to keep their playoff hopes alive. But Washington State freshman Kaitlyn Johnson scored her first collegiate goal in the 79th minute to send Washington State to a 1-0 win over the Huskies, ending Washington's chance of qualifying for the NCAA Tournament.
Washington women's soccer (7-4-8, 3-3-4 in Pac-12) looks to finish the season strong with a win over archrival No. 18 Washington State (13-3-3, 6-3-1 in Pac-12).
Washington had its chances, but in the end dropped a critical Pac-12 match to California, 1-0.