Four Washington state players sign with the Huskies to play in the Fall of 2013.
Fans saw a great sign of the future in the 2012 team.
Dylan Tucker-Gangnes was named to the First-Team.
Michael Harris netted the game-winner in the 15th minute.
Senior Ben Fisk earned first-team academic honors.
2011 (Sophomore): Started in all 18 games, playing in every minute ... Second-Team All-Pac-12 ... Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention ... ranked No. 100 in TopDrawerSoccer.com's Top 100 upperclassmen ... had a career-high nine shutouts, which ties for fourth in a single season ... also had career-highs in saves (37), goals allowed average (0.75%) and minutes played (1685:23) ... his GAA percentage ranks eight in UW career records ... had a 0.808 save percentage ... recorded shutouts in the first two games of the season against Gonzaga and Loyola Chicago ... also had back-to-back shutouts against Seattle U and Tulsa (Sept. 11, 16) and then vs. SDSU and OSU (Oct. 30, Nov. 11) ... had a season-high six saves against HBU on Sept. 23 ... recorded five saves against No. 10 UCLA (Oct. 28) ... finished with a 12-4-2 record, allowing only 14 goals ... was 3-2-1 against ranked opponents ... named Husky Fever Classic Tournament's Defensive MVP after going 2-0 in the tournament.
2010 (Freshman): Was the starting goalkeeper much of his freshman year ... started in 10 games, playing in 11 ... logged 929:01 minutes, allowing just nine goals, a 0.87 goals against average ... made 37 saves, posting six shutouts with a 6-4-0 record ... had a .804 save percentage ... earned his first start vs. Evansville on Sept. 3 ... picked up his first collegiate win and shutout vs. Northern Illinois on Sept. 5 ... also earned wins and shutouts vs. UC Davis, Stanford (twice) and Oregon State (twice) ... made a season-high eight saves at No. 10 Cal on Oct. 31 ... logged a season-high 108:08 minutes in that game as well ... began the season on TopDrawerSoccer.com's list of Top 100 Freshmen ... in the UW single-season records, T-10th in shutouts (6) ... in the Pac-10 rankings in all games, ranked first in shutouts per game (0.55), second in GAA, third in save percentage and shutouts and sixth in saves and saves per game ... in league play only, ranked first in shutouts per game (0.57), second in shutouts (4), fourth in GAA (0.97), saves (31) and saves per game (4.43) and fifth in save percentage (.816) ... in the final NCAA rankings, ranked 39th in GAA, 50th in save percentage and 144th in saves per game.
CLUB/HIGH SCHOOL: From Seattle, Wash., but moved to Florida when he was 15 and attended Bradenton Prep Academy in Bradenton, Fla. ... played club ball with Crossfire Premier ... 2009 Parade All-American ... 2009 NSCAA All-American ... played with the U-17 National Team ... participated in the 2009 FIFA U-17 Men's World Cup ... played for the men's U-20 National Team ... a member of the National Honor Society.
PERSONAL: Spencer McNair Richey was born in Seattle ... his parents are Bill and Colleen ... has one sister, Mallory and one brother, Chris ... both his father and brother played collegiate baseball ... has former club and national teammates that play at UCLA, Stanford and Oregon State ... lists his hobbies as listening to all kinds of music and hanging out with friends ... chose UW "because I've been a Husky from day one."