Huskies host Lipscomb in NCAA First Round

SEATTLE --- Washington has earned its third-straight trip to the NCAA Tournament and will host Atlantic Sun Champs Lipscomb University in a first-round match on Thursday at Husky Soccer Stadium. Source: Huskies Host Lipscomb in NCAA First Round


VIDEO BUZZ: Huskies cruise past San Diego State (highlights)

SEATTLE, WA--- (UW release) Handwalla Bwana opened the scoring five minutes in and Kyle Coffee and Blake Bodily each added tallies in the second half to lead No. 22 Washington to a 3-0 victory over San Diego State in a Pac-12 match on Thursday night at Husky Soccer Stadium. The Huskies improve to 9-2-0 with their sixth-straight win, improving to 3-0-0... Continue Reading →

Huskies get two in second half to top LMU

SEATTLE,WA --- The No. 11 University of Washington men's soccer team scored two second-half goals to defeat Loyola Marymount 2-0 on Friday afternoon at Husky Soccer Field. The Huskies improved to 2-0-0 on the season while Loyola Marymount fell to 0-1-1. Washington controlled possession of the ball during the first half and held a 7-2... Continue Reading →

New scoreboard for Husky Soccer Stadium

SEATTLE, WA---The University of Washington is upgrading the scoreboard at Husky Soccer Stadium in a big way this season. The tweets below show the anticipation the Men's and Women's teams have about the project. Behind the Scenes In recent years the Washington soccer program has seen facility upgrades that have in most part... Continue Reading →

Washington Husky Men 2017 schedule released

SEATTLE,WA --- (school release) Washington men's soccer announced its 2017 schedule on Monday, revealing a 20-match slate that includes 11 home matches to be played at Husky Soccer Stadium. 11 of Washington's matches during the 2017 season will be televised by the Pac-12 Network, including nine Pac-12 and two non-conference games. Washington has made 23... Continue Reading →

Early Wingo goal helps Huskies sweep aside UCLA

SEATTLE, WA --- ( Washington (13-4-0, 6-2-0) shutout UCLA (8-7-1, 3-5-0) for the second time this season after a 1-0 win Thursday night. The Huskies kept  their Pac-12 title hopes alive after earning their fifth straight win and fifth shutout of the season. "Today's game showed a lot of character," Washington head coach Jamie Clark said.... Continue Reading →

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