After a four match unbeaten streak to open the season, it was time for a new test for the Washington women’s soccer team: a road match.
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For the first time since November 2019, the Huskies will hit the road and travel to the desert.
After a draw Friday, the Washington women’ s soccer team found its groove, beating Colorado 2-1, courtesy of a brace from Summer Yates. The Huskies dominated the match, pinning the Buffaloes back early, and the UW put 11 shots on target while CU only managed one.
The winning streak has come to an end.
Coming off two consecutive wins, the Washington women’s soccer team looks to keep the ball rolling as it faces Colorado this weekend in a double header, with games Friday and Sunday.
The Washington women’s soccer team took its time Saturday afternoon.
The UW women’s soccer team won its first match of the season Friday, taking down Seattle U in a tightly contested 90 minutes.
The Washington women’s soccer team will see its first action in 14 months Friday, as they take on the Seattle University Redhawks for their first game under new head coach Nicole Van Dyke.
Nicole Van Dyke hasn’t coached a soccer match in nearly 14 months.
Athletes don’t stop repping the UW after they leave Seattle. Welcome to this week’s edition of Pro Husky Highlights, where The Daily recaps the exploits of former Washington athletes every Monday while we wait for the return of college athletics.
Junior guard Jamal Bey loses control of the ball in Washington's matchup against Arizona at Alaska Airlines Arena on December 31, 2020. The Huskies's offense couldn't get anything done in the team's 80-53 loss.
Jamal Bey shoots the ball during Washington's game against Seattle U on December 9, 2020. The Huskies take on Arizona on New Year's Eve.
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