With a top-ten recruiting class joining last year's nine-win team, the Washington Huskies announced their 2018 non-conference schedule. The Huskies look to push their way back into the NCAA tournament after narrowly missing last season. Washington will play four non-conference home games before Pac-12 play begins in late September.
In her first year since transferring to the University of Washington, Natasa Eleftheriou found her comfort level with the Huskies. Eleftheriou made one appearance in 2017, playing against Michigan State in Washington's 4-0 win, their biggest victory of the year.
After going 3-2-2 during the spring season, the Washington Huskies are now turning toward the 2018 season, set to begin in August. The Huskies finished spring undefeated in their final five games and had eight different players score over the seven games, averaging two goals a game.
Ameera Hussen had an assist in her first collegiate game and continued her dangerous attacking ways from there on out. Hussen became an important bench player, making extended appearances in 11 games off the bench and one as a starter as she helped push the offense forward in 2017.