The Dawgs made a good run at an upset, but in the end fell, 5-2.
Washington improved to 15-6 and 2-0 in the Pac-12 with a 4-3 win over Utah.
No. 29 Washington hangs on for a 4-3 road victory over No. 64 Arizona.
Experimenting with a new format, Washington swept a pair of matches over Seattle U.
The Dawgs improve to 11-6 on the season with their first road win since January 18.
High School and Personal: Born in San Diego, California ... parents are Nancy and Mike Barnhart ... has one older sister, Nicole ... was the Washington 4A state doubles champion in 2009 ... third in the 2011 Washington 4A state singles tourney ... spent time at the Gorin Tennis Academy in Granite Bay, Calif. ... ranked as a five-star recruit by tennisrecruiting.net, ranking in the top-100 recruits nationally and the No. 2 recruit in Washington through 2011 ... finished the 2011 season as the No. 2-ranked junior in the Pacific Northwest region by the USTA ... won the 18U singles title Endorsement title in Beaverton, Ore. in Nov. 2011 ... competed at the 2011 Easter Bowl ... considering a business major.