Washington draws with Western Washington, before defeating Seattle Pacific.
The Huskies traveled to Portland and earned a 2-2 draw with the Pilots.
Annie Sittauer leads the Huskies, earning First Team honors.
Washington State scores late in the first half and then hangs on for a 1-0 victory.
Down 2-0 early, Washington showed its resilience to earn the draw.
2012 (Sophomore): Played in 28 minutes of the season-opener at Seattle U ... came in off the bench at Colgate and Syracuse ... at Syracuse, assisted Stine Schoening on her game-tying goal in the 63rd minute ... also took one shot on goal ... played 12 minutes off the bench vs. La Salle ... took two shots in 18 minutes vs. Fresno State ... scored her first goal of the season, the game-winner in the 56th minute at Gonzaga off the bench ... also scored off the bench vs. Notre Dame in the 38th minute ... took two shots in the game ... named the Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week on Sept. 11 ... started at Utah State and took two shots ... came in off the bench at BYU ... played 28 minutes off the bench in the Pac-12 opener at USC ... took one shot ... played 25 minutes at Colorado ... took one shot in 17 minutes at Utah ... played 56 minutes vs. Arizona ... played 37 minutes vs. ASU ... earned the start vs. No. 3 UCLA ... took two shots, both on goal at No. 25 Cal and scored the lone goal for the UW in the 33rd minute ... took one shot off the bench at No. 2 Stanford.
2011 (Freshman): Named to the Pac-12 All-Freshman team ... had a great freshman year, appearing in all 18 games and getting four starts ... made her first career start at Oregon on Oct. 21 ... tied for first on the team with two game-winning goals ... scored her first collegiate goal against No. 21 California (Sept. 30) ... had her first shot in the first regular-season game against BYU (Aug. 19) ... posted her first assist and point vs. USF on Sept. 25 ... her game-winners came against Utah on Oct. 9 and vs. Arizona on Oct. 28 ... also scored two goals against Arizona with a career-high four points
Played with the Crossfire Premier club team for seven years ... club team was finalists in 2010 WSYSA State Cup, Champions-Super Group in US Club Regionals in 2009, US Club National Cup finalists in 2008 and USL Super Y Pacific Division Champions in 2007 ... letterwinner at Eastlake High School in 2009 and 2010 ... high school team was State Quarterfinalists her junior year ... awarded 4A KingCo MVP, 4A KingCo First-Team, WIAA State Player of the Week, 2010 Star Times Team and All-State First Team her senior year ... National Honor Society member.
Jaclyn Nicole Softli was born on December 30, 1992 in Bellevue, Wash. ... her parents are Jeffrey and Lori Softli ... her father was a member of the 1982 UW Rose Bowl team ... has two brothers, Jordan and Cameron ... Cameron played baseball at Chico State University and Jordan played soccer at Denver University ... hobbies include playing soccer and basketball and hanging out with friends ... played high school and club ball with current Huskies Molly Boyd, Lindsay Elston and Allie Beahan ... has many connections to UW Athletics through relatives including her grandfather who played football and also did track and field, setting the long jump record of more than 24 feet ... her uncle, Tony Softli, played football and was a member of the Husky coaching staff ... also recruited by University of Portland, Arizona State, Gonzaga, and Florida State ... chose UW because of "academics, great soccer program, close to home, and an awesome campus."