Washington will play six games this spring in preparation for the 2013 season.
The Dawgs add six players to join an already strong squad returning for 2013.
Lindsay Elston, Allie Beahan and others grew up playing together.
Veteran coach Lesle Gallimore knows better than to have her Dawgs, 5-0 and ranked 22nd this week, look ahead to Sunday's unexpected home game against three-time national champion Notre Dame.
Veterans Faustine Dufka, Kelsea Brajkovich, and Lindsay Elston will lead a young but talented group of midfielders.
2010 (Freshman): Played in 18 games, starting seven ... scored her first collegiate goal against Hawaii ... tallied her sole assist versus Long Beach State.
High School/Club/Personal: Named to the All-State First-Team in 2007, first-team all-league in 2006-07 ... started with the national team as part of the U-16 national team pool ... played on the U-17 women's national team that traveled to the Trinidad and New Zealand World Cups ... also played on the U-18 national team and is currently in the U-20 pool ... member of Crossfire Premier, a two-time region IV champion and five-time state champion team ... two-time Adidas-ESP All-Star team member (2007, 2008) ... twice named NSCAA youth All-American (2008, 2009) and a Parade Magazine All-American in 2009 ... Co-Founder of Bellevue High School Microfinance Club, which is dedicated to helping individuals in the Dominican Republic to become self sufficient.