UNLV/Sportco Kick-Off Classic: Baylor

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Softball Travels Across Town to Face Seattle U.

The No. 19-ranked University of Washington softball team (35-11, 7-7 Pac-12) travels across town for a midweek game against Seattle U. (14-29, 3-6 WAC) on Wednesday (April 15). First pitch is set for 6 p.m. at Logan Field at SU Park.

Arizona Wins Wild Affair Over Washington, 18-10

In a game featuring 28 hits and 28 runs, Arizona leapt out to a huge lead against Washington Sunday afternoon at Hillenbrand Stadium, flirting with a run-rule victory before the Huskies fought back but eventually fell 18-10.

Washington Comes Back To Defeat Arizona, 9-8

Trailing by four runs in the sixth inning, No. 18 Washington used a two-out rally to tie the game before scoring a run in the seventh to come-from-behind and defeat No. 16 Arizona 9-8 and even the three-game series at one game apiece. The potent Husky offense scored at least one run in all but one inning.

One Big Inning Carries Arizona Past Washington In Game One

Washington (34-10, 6-6 Pac-12) outscored Arizona (32-9, 7-3 Pac-12) through the final four innings in the first of the three-game series, but one big inning early proved to be too much to overcome as No. 18 Washington fell to No. 16 Arizona on Friday night at Hillenbrand Stadium.

Top 20 Matchup Awaits Softball This Weekend In Tucson

No. 18 Washington (34-9, 6-5 Pac-12) travels to Tucson to play a three-game series against No. 16 Arizona (31-9, 6-3 Pac-12) at Hillenbrand Stadium this Friday-Sunday. Game one of the series is set for 6 p.m. PT Friday (April 10) with game two scheduled for 7:30 p.m. PT Saturday (April 11) and the final slated for 2 p.m. PT Sunday (April 12). Satuday and Sunday's games will be televised on the Pac-12 Networks with Krista Blunk and Kenzie Fowler calling the action. Both teams are coming off series sweeps after Washington swept Stanford and Arizona took three games from Oregon State in Corvallis. The Huskies and Wildcats boast two of the nation's top offenses. Washington ranks third nationally with 8.26 runs per game while Arizona's offense ranks sixth with 7.85 runs per game. The Huskies' 62 home runs leads the Pac-12 while Arizona is second with 61.