The Washington women’s soccer team held up in the first half, but a strong second half gave No. 3 USC a 3-0 win to put an end to the UW’s three-game win streak.
There are only three seniors are on this Washington women’s soccer team, and Pascale Dumesnil is the only starter among the trio. Although she is not a captain, the forward feels she and the other seniors can still offer leadership to the rest of the team.
The Washington women’s soccer team has had its ups and downs early this season and the scoring has come in bursts. Sophomore Mireya Grey has an opportunity to provide scoring chances for the Huskies.
It was a tale of two halves for the Washington women’s soccer team, but a late game rally gave the Huskies a 2-1 victory over Utah Valley.
The Washington women’s soccer team, after a hard fought 110 minutes that featured a lopsided shot differential, tied Michigan State 1-1 in Seattle.
PORTLAND, Ore. — Lots of factors were presented to the Washington women’s soccer team in Sunday’s match against Portland, but midfielder Olivia Van der Jagt’s goal created the separation for the Huskies to win their second game in a row, 1-0 over the Pilots.
The Washington women’s soccer team exploded for three goals in the first half to win its second game of the season 3-0 over Cal State Fullerton.
Following last week’s road loss at No. 5 Florida, the Washington women’s soccer team will play its home opener against Cal State Fullerton on Friday at 5 p.m., then travel to Portland to play Sunday at 5 p.m.
The Washington women’s soccer team’s defense held strong, but miscommunication late in the second half created the crucial opportunity No. 7 Florida needed late in a 2-1 loss for the Huskies to open the season.
Two Huskies were picked in the 2018 National Women’s Soccer League College Draft Tuesday morning. Senior forward Kimberly Keever was selected with the second pick in the second round by the Houston Dash. Redshirt senior goalkeeper Sarah Shimer will also be going to Houston, after being picke…
Players exchanged hugs and consoled one another as the realization their season was finished set in. The Washington women’s soccer team needed a win today against Washington State to have a chance at a spot in the postseason, and left Husky Soccer Stadium with a 0-0 draw.
The Washington women’s soccer team hosts Washington State on Friday at 7 p.m. For the nine seniors on the roster, Senior Day will be the last game in their college careers, since the UW’s current five-game losing streak has pulled it out of contention for an NCAA tournament berth.
A cross from junior forward Pascale Dumesnil, went directly to redshirt senior forward Amanda Perez, unmarked in front of the goal. But Perez could not redirect the header, and the ball was deflected wide.
After playing from behind in its last two games, the Washington women’s soccer team was determined to dictate the pace of the game early. For the first time since Sept. 28, the Huskies (9-7-2, 2-5-2 Pac-12) took the lead with a first half goal.
In its first 14 games, the Washington women’s soccer team surrendered six goals. Over the last three games, against No. 1 Stanford, No. 2 UCLA, and No. 6 USC, the Huskies (9-6-2, 2-4-2 Pac-12) matched that total.
After the final whistle and shaking hands with their opponents, the players on the Washington women’s soccer team looked deflated. The team’s third straight defeat, a 3-0 loss at home to No. 2 UCLA, was for the most part a game the Huskies (9-6-2, 2-4-2 Pac-12) were never even in on both ends.
As an incoming freshman in 2015, Jessica Udovich was the No. 47 ranked prospect in TopDrawer Soccer’s recruiting rankings. She said she expected to compete for a starting spot in her freshman year, and in Washington’s first two games she logged minutes off the bench.
Entering its match against No. 6 USC, the Washington women’s soccer team had yet to lose back-to-back games. That changed Thursday night as the Huskies (9-5-2, 2-3-2 Pac-12) allowed two first half goals and only mustered three shots in a 2-0 defeat.
In its two upcoming home matches this week, Washington women’s soccer team seeks the same energy and resilience on display in its last match. Although it resulted in a 1-0 loss, head coach Lesle Gallimore and the coaching staff were especially pleased with how the team held on the defensive end.
Despite playing in their own half for the majority of the game, the Washington women’s soccer team was resilient. The Huskies (9-4-2, 2-2-2 Pac-12) committed to getting back on defense, marking up opposing players, and with timely stops and a couple fortunate breaks, they still had No. 1 Sta…
Regardless of which stats you pick, No. 1 Stanford stands out. The team has nine shutout victories in which it scored at least three goals. This means an average of 25.5 shots per game, nearly seven more than the next team.
For the past few seasons, whenever the Washington women’s soccer team started stalling offensively, they would turn to seniors Kimberly Keever and Shannon Simon. After back-to-back scoreless ties, it was the duo from southern California that once again lifted the team out of their funk in a …
Despite being the aggressor throughout the game, the Washington women’s soccer team could not get past Oregon State goalkeeper Bella Geist. The UW defense held strong, and the two teams played to a 0-0 draw.
Before playing the trio of teams that sit atop the Pac-12 (No. 1 UCLA, No. 2 Stanford, No. 7 USC), the Washington women’s soccer team will play the two teams who have yet to win their first conference game of the season. The UW will be in Corvallis, Oregon, to take on Oregon State at 7 p.m. …
One hundred and ten minutes, multiple jersey pulls, a few injury scares, and all the Washington women’s soccer team will leave today with is a single point in the Pac-12 standings after today’s 0-0 tie with Colorado.
Forwards Pascale Dumesnil and Amanda Perez scored, redshirt senior goalkeeper Sarah Shimer and the defense posted their seventh shutout of the season, and the Washington women’s soccer team got its first Pac-12 win, beating Utah 2-0.
With its winning streak and 516-minute shutout streak snapped, the Washington women’s soccer team will look to build momentum in these week’s matchups. The Huskies (7-3, 0-1 Pac-12) will play Utah Thursday at 7:30 p.m. and Colorado on Sunday at 12:00 p.m. both at Husky Soccer Stadium.
The No. 13 Cal Golden Bears(8-1, 1-0 Pac-12) mounted the pressure from the opening whistle all over the field, and a second half goal netted them a 1-0 victory over the Washington women’s soccer team.
Seniors Kimberly Keever and Shannon Simon each scored their fourth goals of the season, and sophomore defender Lisa Jensen tacked on another score of her own as the Washington women’s soccer team beat Seattle University 3-0 at Husky Soccer Stadium.
After playing two games each week for the past month, the Washington women’s soccer team will get a bit of a break with only one game this week and one game the next. The UW will play local rival Seattle University at 7 p.m. Friday at Husky Soccer Stadium.
Redshirt senior midfielder Amanda Perez’s goal was the only shot that made it past Baylor goalkeeper Jennifer Wandt, but that was all the Washington women’s soccer team needed to earn the hard fought 1-0 win Sunday afternoon.
Freshman forward Sianna Siemonsma came off the bench to score two goals in the second half, and that was all the Washington women’s soccer team needed to beat Boise State Friday night.
This weekend the Washington women’s soccer team will be in Portland, Ore. for the Nike Portland Invitational. The UW will play Boise State at 4 p.m. Friday and Baylor at noon Sunday.
After losing its first home match of the season, the Washington women’s soccer team hosted the second-best team in the country for the first game of the 22nd annual Husky Nike Invitational on Friday night at Husky Soccer Stadium with hopes of obtaining a win.
The Pac-12 has its share of top-shelf teams with UCLA, USC, and Stanford all in the top 10. Utah came in at No. 17 this week, with Colorado and California not too far behind.
Tied at 1-1 after regulation, the Washington women’s soccer team found its aggressiveness and cohesion on offense again in the extra period. The UW had a corner kick, a free kick, and several other good looks at a game-winning goal as they kept the ball in SMU’s side of the field for nearly …
Once again, the Washington women’s found the back of the net early and their defense held on to preserve the victory. The Huskies (2-1) closed out their road trip with a 2-1 victory over Illinois.
After a 5 p.m. match this Thursday at Illinois, the Washington women’s soccer team travels back to Seattle for the start of a three-game homestand. The UW’s first home match is against Southern Methodist University at 12:30 p.m. at Husky Soccer Stadium.
Following a loss in their home opener, the Washington women's soccer team’s goal was to come out a more dangerous and determined force in the next game, and that’s exactly what it did, scoring on a rebound within the first two minutes. The UW carried that momentum through the rest of the gam…
Another season begins for the Washington women’s soccer team, this time on the road. The Huskies open in Ann Arbor against Michigan at 5 p.m. Friday before moving on to East Lansing to take on Michigan State at 10 a.m. Sunday.
Closing out the 2016 season Thursday night, the Washington women’s soccer team travelled to Pullman to face its in-state rivals, and weren’t able to pull of the win losing 2-0 to Washington State.