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2012 (Senior): Started in both games on opening weekend ... took three shots vs. Cal Poly ... started and took one shot vs. Wisconsin ... started and played 80 minutes vs. CSUB ... started at played 75 minutes at No. 4/1 UCONN ... played 57 minutes off the bench vs. Memphis at UAB in the 1-0 overtime win ... had one shot on goal in the start at UAB ... started and played 83 minutes vs. Brown ... took three shots in the game ... took three shots, one on goal in the start vs. Seattle U ... earned the start and played 72 minutes in the Pac-12 opener vs. Oregon State ... took two shots ... played 91 minutes at SDSU ... scored the game-tying goal in the 26th minute, his first of the season ... played 53 minutes in the 2-1 upset at No. 8 UCLA ... earned the start vs. Cal and took two shots ... earned the start vs. Stanford in the 2-0 win ... took one shot in the start at Cal ... took one shot in the start at Stanford ... left the game early with an injury ... missed the SDSU game with an injury ... earned the start on senior night vs. No. 7 UCLA ... earned the start at OSU ... saw time off the bench in the 1-0 win vs. Air Force in the NCAA First Round.
2011 (Junior): Appeared in 17 of 18 games, starting 16 ... only sat out one game, on Sept. 21 vs. Portland, due to a red card in the previous game on Sept. 16 vs. Tulsa ... scored three goals with two assists, eight points, 29 shots, with 13 shots on goal, and one game-winning goal ... scored his first goal of the year on a Brent Richards assist on Sept. 25 vs. UAB ... scored the team's only goal of the game on an Andy Thoma assist vs. UCLA on Oct. 7 ... scored the first of three UW goals, unassisted, going one-on-one with the keeper in the regular season finale victory over Oregon State on Nov. 11 ... tied for second on the team in assists ... third on the team in shots, shots on goal, and game-winning goals ... fourth on the team in goals scored and points.
2010 (Sophomore): Had a breakout sophomore campaign ... named the team's Most Improved ... played in 14 games, earning his first career start vs. Cal State Northridge on Sept. 10 ... played a season-high 46 minutes vs. Cal State Northridge on Sept. 10 and at Portland on Sept. 18 ... tied for fourth on the team with two goals, one game-winning ... had four points and took eight shots ... led the team with a .250 shot percentage ... scored his first career goal in Pac-10 play vs. Oregon State on Oct. 15 in the 88th minute ... took a career-high three shots in the game ... scored the game-winning goal in overtime (94th minute) vs. San Diego State on Nov. 7 in a must-win game for the Huskies to keep their hopes alive for the playoffs.
2009 (Freshman): Appeared in three matches ... took one shot ... first collegiate appearance came in the season-opener against Seattle ... saw his first Pac-10 action at home against California and fired the first shot of his career.
Attended Camas High School in Camas, Wash. ... four-year letterwinner in soccer and team captain in 2009 ... two-time second-team all-state selection (2007, 2008) ... two-time Offensive Player of the Year (2007, 2008) ... two-time all-league and all-region selection (2007, 2008) ... helped team to 3A state titles in 2008 and 2006 ... squad was state runner-up in 2007 ... played club soccer for CPSC Timbers Red (Vancouver, Wash.) and WSM Internationals (Beaverton, Ore.) ... helped CPSC Timbers Red to 2008 Washington state tournament championship ... a member of the 2009 U-18 Club team Westside Metros (Beaverton, Ore.) that won Region 4 and finished fourth in the nation ... played the 2010 club season with the U-19 WS Metros, won Region 4 and finished third in the country ... currently plays on the PDL U-23 Portland Timbers team that's competing at the national finals ... played in 2007 Nike Friendlies in Bradenton, Fla. ... also competed in the 2008 Surf Cup and 2008 Western Regional ... a two-year letterwinner in football for Camas HS, earning all-league and all-region honors, as well as Offensive Player of the Year acclaim ... tallied 1,400 rushing yards as a junior and 2,200 yards in his career.
Quinton Michael Beasley ... born in Renton, Wash. ... parents are Karen and Mike ... has two brothers Greg and Nathan ... father attended Washington from 1980-85 ... brother Greg played soccer at Willamette University ... was a high school teammate of current UW forward Brent Richards ... hobbies include running, weight lifting and playing basketball.