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Huskies Dominate Ball In 2-0 Win

Feb 27, 2021

Box Score | Boxscore

BERKELEY, Calif. – The Washington Huskies recorded their third shutout of the year, taking down the California Golden Bears 2-0. Washington allowed only three shots all game and fired an astounding 23 of their own in a dominant performance.

Lucas Meek was a part of both goals for Washington, drawing a penalty and scoring Washington's second goal. Dylan Teves had the penalty-kick goal for Washington that put the Huskies up for good.

Cal's first shot came in the 17th minute. The Golden Bears would not record another shot until the 68th minute, when Sam Fowler made the save on Cal's first and only shot on goal.

 Teves and Meek each had more shots individually than Cal, with seven different Huskies recording multiple shots. 13 of Washington's 16 field players that saw action recorded a shot in the game.  

  • 27' | Meek drew the penalty on Cal's keeper, allowing Teves to slot home the penalty kick goal.
  • 44' | Charlie Ostrem sent in a cross under heavy pressure, getting the ball off just before a defender collided with him. Meek leapt at the ball to send a hard header into the back of the net.


  • Meek has scored three goals in the last three games.
  • Washington has allowed one or fewer shots on goal in three of four games this season.
  • Washington last allowed as few as one shot on goal to a Pac-12 opponent on October 23, 2019 in a win over UCLA.
  • The Huskies have outshot the opposition 84-13 this season, with no opponent managing more than six shots in a game.


Washington hosts San Diego State next week, with that game set for Saturday, March 6 at 1:00 pm. Any changes to the schedule will be made public via social media and

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