The No. 16 Washington men’s soccer team went into Sunday’s game against Seattle U looking to get its revenge on the team that eliminated it in the first round of last year’s NCAA Tournament. However, in front of a crowd of 2,994 people, the Huskies could not pull out a goal, much less a win …
The No. 16 Washington men’s soccer team is in the midst of a relaxing part of its schedule. After a grueling opening section of their schedule with three multi-game weeks and three games against ranked teams, the Huskies are currently enjoying a nine-day break from game action.
The No. 9 Washington men’s soccer team was on an absolute roll heading into its game against No. 20 Portland, but on Friday night, the Huskies were shut out for the first time since an October 8 loss to UCLA last season, falling to the Pilots 1-0.
The No. 9 Washington men’s soccer team has started the 2018 season 5-1, and is enjoying its highest level of early-season success in the past few years. However, the Huskies are a hobbled group, with numerous players nursing injuries and at various stages of recovery.
Coming into its game against No. 14 Akron, the No. 23 Washington men’s soccer team was riding a nice little two-game winning streak characterized by dominant first halves. On Sunday, the Huskies got off to yet another commanding start in the opening half and got the goals they needed to take…
On a rainy Friday night, the No. 23 Washington men’s soccer team had a bit of trouble gaining its footing early on in its contest against Cal State Northridge. But the Huskies quickly found their groove and scored a couple first half goals, which is all they would need to improve to 2-0 at h…
The No. 23 Washington men’s soccer team is trending up, despite falling back 20 spots in the United Soccer Coaches Poll this week. Coming off their most dominant win of the year against Gonzaga, the 3-1-0 Huskies head back home after a three-game road trip to face a couple of quality opponents.
The No. 3 Washington men’s soccer team may not stay at No. 3 when the next NCAA Top 25 poll comes out, but the Huskies got back to cruising to victory Monday evening. The Huskies seized control from the start and never relinquished it, coasting to a 3-0 win against Gonzaga.
Through its first couple of outings, the No. 3 Washington men’s soccer team cruised to dominant wins over solid teams. But No. 19 Denver and its skilled offensive stars proved to be too much in the end for the Huskies, as they drop their first game of the season in a 3-2 double overtime result.
Tuesday, Aug. 28 was a pretty good day for the Washington men’s soccer team. Fresh off a win the previous night against New Mexico to go to 2-0, the Huskies climbed 21 spots in the United Soccer Coaches Poll from No. 24 to No. 3. This is the highest the UW has been in the rankings since 2013…
In the 1000th game in its history, the No. 24 Washington men’s soccer team gave the fans in attendance a lot to cheer about in the season opener against Maryland. The Huskies (1-0) cruised to a 2-0 over the Terrapins (0-1) in front of a sizable crowd of 1,354 fans. Seventeen different playe…
After a commanding exhibition performance a week ago, the No. 24 Washington men’s soccer team is ready to get into official season action. The team will start 2018 with its home opener against Maryland, followed by a road matchup against familiar foe New Mexico.
The No. 24 Washington men’s soccer team is about to head in to one of the nation’s most difficult slate of regular season games. But before the Huskies’ year officially gets underway, they emphatically defeated Seattle Pacific in their only exhibition match by a score of 5-0.
Handwalla Bwana is taking his talents to the next level of soccer, but he only has to go a few miles south to do so. The sophomore midfielder was signed by Seattle Sounders FC as a homegrown, and is set to join the first team for the 2018 preseason.
Four years ago, Washington defeated Seattle University 4-2 at Husky Soccer Stadium in the second round of the 2013 NCAA Tournament, in a season that culminated in the UW advancing to its first and only Elite Eight.
The No. 20 Washington men’s soccer team is back in the NCAA Tournament for the second straight year, and for the second straight year the UW will host a match. The difference this time around is that this will be a first-round match, and it will be played against cross-town rival Seattle Uni…
The regular season finale for the No. 20 Washington men’s soccer team did not go according to plan, as four second-half goals from Oregon Statehelped hand the UW a 4-3 defeat.
The No. 20 Washington men’s soccer team is in line for another postseason appearance this season, but before that happens it must play one more Pac-12 regular season match against Oregon State to end the year.
In his first season in a Huskies uniform, freshman midfielder Blake Bodily has been nothing short of sensational. He has started 10 of the 18 games he has played in as a freshman and has three goals and a team-leading seven assists.
After winning for the first time since Oct. 5 last Sunday, the No. 23 Washington men’s soccer team made it two in a row Thursday against Pac-12 rival San Diego State, winning by a score of 1-0.
The No. 23 Washington men’s soccer team is entering the home stretch of its season. Currently sitting at No. 3 in the Pac-12 standings, they may need to sneak into the top two to ensure qualification for this year’s NCAA Tournament, which they reached the third round of last year.
On a senior day in which six players were honored for their contributions to the No. 21 Washington men’s soccer team, 570 fans watched the home squad use three goals in seven minutes late in the second half to secure a 3-0 victory in a rematch with No. 17 California.
It was maybe the best match that the No. 21 Washington men’s soccer team played all season. The Dawgs’ ball movement was pinpoint, their effort on defense was inspired, and they were able to keep pace with mighty No. 6 Stanford for most of the 90 minutes. However, after an action-packed firs…
It will be deja vu for the No. 21 Washington men’s soccer team, as the Dawgs play No. 6 Stanford and No. 17 California for the second straight week in a crucial set of matches. But this time they will play their Pac-12 opponents from the comfort of Husky Soccer Stadium as their home slate of…
Despite its loss to UCLA in overtime last Sunday, the Washington men’s soccer team moved up to No. 19 in the country and will look to get back to its winning ways as the UW hits the road for their next two games. Here’s the problem: the Dawgs will try to do so against a California team that …
The No. 22 Washington men’s soccer team lost a heartbreaker on Sunday night, after a golden goal in extra time gave UCLA a 1-0 win. Entering the game, the Dawgs were riding a six game win streak, where they had scored a whopping nineteen goals, conceded only 4, and were tied with Stanford an…
One thousand, two hundred and seventy-eight fans came into Husky Soccer Stadium Thursday to see the No.22 Washington men's soccer team rack up its sixth consecutive win in a 3-0 rout of San Diego State.
The No. 22 Washington men’s soccer team has been flying high lately, and will take its momentum into the weekend as they face off against San Diego State and UCLA.
Last year, the Washington men’s soccer team lost to Oregon State at home in the final home match of the regular season. The Dawgs got their revenge Sunday behind two second half goals en route to a 2-1 comeback victory over OSU, and the team’s fifth win in a row.
The Washington men’s soccer team finished its non-conference schedule last Sunday with a 7-2 record. The UW will take this and their new No.17 ranking into Pac-12 competition, beginning with Oregon State on Sunday.
Before Pac-12 play begins next week for the Washington men’s soccer team, the UW extended its winning streak to four and won their first road match of the year in a 2-0 shutout of No.24 Seattle University to take the WAC/101 Club Cup Championship. This result also hands Seattle U its first h…
Prior to the game against Santa Clara last Sunday, no Huskies player had been able to record a hat trick in over four years. Fast forward to this week: after sophomore midfielder Handwalla Bwana earned his first career hat trick earlier in the week, redshirt senior forward Scott Menzies pick…
The Washington men’s soccer team had a productive two-win weekend, but still finds itself outside the Top 25 this week. The Huskies (5-2) will try to extend their winning streak this weekend against Utah Valley Thursday and No. 24 Seattle University Sunday before beginning their Pac-12 schedule.
On a rainy, windy Sunday afternoon at Husky Soccer Stadium, the Washington men’s soccer team picked up a 4-3 victory over Santa Clara.
Desperately needing a bounce back win after dropping two of their last three games, the Washington men’s soccer team answered the call with a resounding 4-0 victory over Drexel.
After concluding an unusual two-game stretch last weekend, the now-unranked Washington men’s soccer team will continue its five game home stand against Drexel Thursday and Santa Clara Sunday.
In game that was moved from Spokane to Seattle due to poor air quality in the area, the No. 16 Washington men’s soccer team shut out No. 22 Gonzaga 3-0 in front of the home fans.
Following its longest trip of the season, the No.16 Washington men’s soccer team will be glad to have a road match much closer to home this Thursday when it faces No.22 Gonzaga in Spokane. On Sunday, the team will be back at Husky Soccer Stadium to take on Mercer.
The first road game of the season did not go as planned for the No. 10 Washington men’s soccer team, as it fell to No. 24 Akron 2-0 for its first loss of the season Friday.
After a successful opening weekend that saw two home victories against New Mexico and Loyola Marymount, the Washington men’s soccer team moved up one spot in the United Soccer Coaches’ rankings, and are now the No. 10 team in the country.
In an opening weekend that started with a win against New Mexico on Friday, the No.11 Washington men’s soccer team recorded a 2-0 victory over Loyola Marymount University on Sunday.
In a season opener that served as a rematch of last year’s second round NCAA Tournament match, the No.11 Washington men’s soccer team pulled out a 2-1 victory over New Mexico Friday night at Husky Soccer Stadium.
After a win in its exhibition game against Portland, the No.11 Washington men's soccer team is set to begin their official season with two home games. In the home opener Friday, the Huskies will face off against No. 19 New Mexico, and Sunday the team will take on Loyola Marymount.
Before the Washington men’s soccer team’s official season begins this coming Friday at home, the No.11 team traveled to Merlo Field for an exhibition match against the University of Portland .
After a successful 2016 season which saw the Washington men’s soccer team reach the third round of the NCAA tournament, head coach Jamie Clark’s squad is reaching for greater heights in 2017.