With the conclusion of the 2015 season, UW women's soccer says goodbye to a five-member senior class that has helped the Huskies to three NCAA tournaments in the last four years, including a trip to the 2014 Sweet Sixteen. Here's a look at each of the seniors and a brief recap of the legacy they leave following their careers at UW.
Last updated at 10:13 PM PT on 11/27/2015
|Teams||PTS||Conference||Overall||Last Game||Next Game|
|Stanford||31||10-0-1||19-2-2||vs DUKE||12/4 TBD|
|USC||27||9-2-0||15-5-2||L0-2 UVA||12/4 TBD|
|Washington State||21||7-4-0||14-6-0||vs NW|
|Arizona State||16||5-5-1||9-8-1||W4-1 ARIZ||12/4 TBD|
|Utah||12||4-7-0||7-10-3||W2-0 COLO||12/4 TBD|
|Oregon||9||3-8-0||6-13-0||W2-1 ORST||12/4 TBD|
|Oregon State||6||2-9-0||6-10-3||L1-2 ORE||12/4 TBD|
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