Fans saw a great sign of the future in the 2012 team.
Eight Huskies played their final game in the NCAA Second Round at Creighton.
Washington will face 12th-seeded Creighton on Sunday in the NCAA Second Round.
Less than two seasons after he was hired to get UW back to the NCAA men's soccer tournament, coach Jamie Clark has his rugged, eclectic, believing Huskies hosting Air Force in round one Thursday at 7 p.m.
Washington will make its first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2007.
2012 (Senior): T-3rd in the Pac-12 in assists (4) ... T-3rd in the Pac-12 in assists per game (0.40) ... played in both games of opening weekend making his Husky debut ... earned the start vs. Wisconsin ... played 63 minutes off the bench vs. CSUB ... played 27 minutes at No. 4/1 UCONN ... played 45 minutes off the bench vs. Memphis at UAB ... started and played 61 minutes at UAB ... played all 94 minutes vs. Brown taking one shot ... started and played 77 minutes vs. Seattle U and took two shots ... started and played 80 minutes in the Pac-12 opener vs. Oregon State ... took one shot on goal ... played 94 minutes and earned the start at SDSu ... took two shots, one on goal ... earned the start and played 68 minutes in the upset at No. 8 UCLA ... took one shot and had the assist on Michael Gallagher's game-winning goal in the 59th minute ... took a team-high three shots, two on goal and scored his first goal as a Husky, the game-winner in the 107th minute of 2OT vs. Cal ... earned the start in the 2-0 win vs. Stanford ... took one shot and got the start at Cal ... also got the start at Stanford ... took one shot on goal and assisted James Moberg on the tying goal in the 35th minute ... had one shot and earned the start in the 2-0 win vs. SDSU ... had assists on both goals, the game-winner in the fourth minute to Ben Fisk and the second goal by James Moberg in the 67th minute ... named to the College Soccer News National Team of the Week on Oct. 29 ... earned the start on senior night vs. No. 7 UCLA and took one shot ... had three shots, two on goal in the start and shutout at OSU ... took a team-high three shots, one on goal in the start in the 1-0 win vs. Air Force in the NCAA First Round ... earned the start in the NCAA Second Round game at No. 8/12th-seeded Creighton.
University of New Mexico
Made 13 appearances for the Lobos ... Only point of the season came on an assist against Denver (10/14) ... Three of his four shots on the season were on target.
Started 10 of the 20 games he appeared in and had his most productive season with the Lobos ... Logged 899 minutes and scored one goal and had one assist. The goal came against UNLV in a 2-1 win (10/1) and he assisted on the only goal of the game in a 1-0 victory against Air Force (10/17).
Appeared in 19 games, starting one ... Scored a goal against Gonzaga (9/20).
Played four years at Taos High School in Taos N.M. ... Holds the record for most goals in a season (32) and most career goals (67) in Taos HS history ... Set school record with 16 assists in a season ... First-Team All-District selection all four years ... Named 2008 District Player of the Year ... Second-Team All-State selection in 2007 and 2008 ... Played with the Classic Red Star club team, helping them to six state championships in his time there ... Named captain of the Classic Red Star team in 2008 ... `91 ODP Region IV Team Captain in 2008... Member of North Sound SeaWolves FC of the Pacific Development League.
Born January 16, 1991 ... Parents are Pat and Leticia Pacheco ... Majoring in Criminology.
Coach Clark on Pacheco: "Patrick from a great program at UNM, and his experience their will help add some maturity to our team. I had the fortune of coaching Patrick's club team as U13 and 14s, so I've known him for a long time. He's a player with tremendous upside and I expect him to make the most of his opportunity at UW. He can play anywhere in the midfield and even higher up the field at times."