Junior Whitney Jones hit her first career home run in game two.
Washington continues to put pressure on teams offensively with 20 runs in 10.0 innings.
Bryana Walker picked up the win, 8-0 in six innings.
Washington defeated St. Mary's 8-0 in game one.
Veterans slated to lead Husky outfield.
2013 (Senior): Pinch hit in game one of Super Regionals at Missouri ... pinch ran and scored a run in game two of NCAA Regionals vs. Hawai'i ... pinch ran in the first two games vs. Cal ... earned the start on Senior Day in CF vs. Cal ... pinch hit in game three at Utah ... pinch ran in the final two games vs. Stanford and scored in game three ... walked once vs. Michigan in the start ... walked once vs. Texas ... walked twice and scored twice vs. Ohio ... hit her first home run of the season vs. Bradley ... scored a run as a pinch runner vs. Nebraska-Omaha ... started at 2B vs. Virginia and had one hit and a stolen base ... had a hit and two RBI vs. No. 23/23 Florida State in the start ... started and had one hit vs. Illinois ... had a hit and an RBI and a pinch hitter vs. Notre Dame ... pinch hit vs. Oklahoma ... got the start at third base vs. Cal Poly ... started at second base vs. UC Riverside and got a hit ... scored runs as a pinch runner in the season opener vs. St. Mary's and vs. Ole Miss ... pinch hit vs. UAB.
2012 (Junior): Named to the College Sports Madness All Pac-12 Second Team ... started 27 of the 47 games she played in ... led the team with .556 average in five-game sweep of the Campbell/Cartier Classic in San Diego (2/17-2/19) ... had 10 multi-hit games, including one three-hit game, on her way to a .369 batting average to raise her career average to .278 ... stole eight bases on nine attempts ... made a huge play in the Super Regionals at Cal, robbing a home run over the fence in center field ... started at CF most of the postseason.
2011 (Sophomore): Played in 36 games and started in 34 ... hit .257 with 101 at bats, 14 runs, 26 hits, three doubles, one triple, three home runs, 19 RBI and 40 total bases ... had a .396 slugging percentage ... walked six times and had a .390 on base percentage ... had one sacrifice fly and four sac hits, a team-high ... stole two bases on three attempts ... had a .935 fielding percentage mostly in the infield.
2010 (Freshman): Appeared in 38 games, making 29 starts ... batted .179, hitting three home runs, one double and had 11 RBIs ... recorded two-two RBI games and two-three RBIs games ... scored 11 runs ... drew four walks ... had one stolen base ... hit her first career home run in the 12-0 shutout against Seattle (3/6) ... hit a home run in Pac-10 play against Arizona (4/10) ... scored her first run in the 10-5 win against Cal State Northridge (2/13) ... hit her first career double in the 11-2 win against Seattle (3/7) ... appeared in four NCAA tournament games.
Attended El Camino High School in Oceanside, Calif. ... was second-team All State as a junior ... led El Camino to the Palomar League title and a berth in the CIF San Diego Section semifinals ... named the team's Defensive Player of the Year and earned All-North County honors along with being named to the San Diego area all-academic team ... played for The Next Level club team... also lettered in volleyball and basketball in high school, earning the basketball team's Co-MVP award in 2005.
Parents are Stan and Easter Fa'asua ... has two older sisters, Jade and Jerica and two brothers, Stanley, Jr., and Simi.
Coach Tarr on Fa'asua
"Jerrin is a natural athlete who will make an immediate impact in our infield. She is a solid hitter with a tremendous amount of speed. Husky fans will enjoy watching her play and we look forward to seeing her in purple and gold. She will make a huge statement upon her arrival in Seattle."
FA'ASUA on why Washington
"I chose the University of Washington because I felt the educational benefit would be great for me. I also loved the campus and the atmosphere when I visited for the first time."