Men's And Women's Soccer Wrap Up Spring Play
Men's Recap at Western Washington - May 7 - UW 2, WWU 1
It was a 2-1 win at Western Washington University in Bellingham, Wash., for the UW men's team as the Huskies end the spring season with an impressive 5-1-1 record.
"We have enjoyed a great spring season," said head coach Jamie Clark. "Our only blemish of the season was a 2-1 loss to the Sounders, so in terms of results we are happy. We still have a lot of work to do, but we can break as a team confident about next fall.
The most encouraging sign was that we seemed to get better as the weeks went along. This final game vs. Western Washington was a dip in terms of quality of performance but the guys competed and still did enough to win.
It was great to start and finish the spring with Brent Richards filling up the score sheet. We are going to rely on him next fall, so it was nice for him to end the year on a high."
The men's fall schedule has not yet been finalized.
Women's Recap at Vancouver Whitecaps at Simon Fraser University, B.C. - May 10 - Tie 0-0
The women's final spring game was against the Vancouver Whitecaps in B.C., Canada. The game ended in a 0-0 tie.
Coach Lesle Gallimore's comments on the game, "We played well and created some decent changes against a very experienced and physical team. (Alex) Webber had the best chance on a breakaway but collided with the goalkeeper who saved it. Kari (Davidson) got the shutout playing all 90 minutes and all of our backs played very solid."
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