Huskies Back At Home
SEATTLE - Washington bounced back from its first loss of the season with a dominant showing against Cal, winning 2-0 on the road. Washington is 3-1-0 on the season and 1-1-0 in Pac-12 play and will stay at home for its next two games.
Washington is on a six-game win streak against San Diego State: its last loss to San Diego State came in 2016. The six-game win streak is tied for the longest against San Diego State in Washington history. Washington's longest win streak against a Pac-12 opponent is 12, against Oregon State from 1994 to 2001.
The Huskies allowed just one shot on goal against Cal, the third time this season Washington has allowed one or fewer shots on goal. The Cal game was Washington's first time allowing one shot on goal to a Pac-12 opponent since UCLA last season.
The Huskies have outshot the opposition 84-14, with a shots on goal advantage of 40-4. Washington has 10+ shots on goal in two of four games thus far. Oregon State is the only team to manage multiple shots on goal against the Huskies: the Beavers had two.
Lucas Meek was a part of both Washington goals against Cal, drawing the penalty in the box for the first goal and scoring the second on a header. Meek has scored three goals in the last three games, the second time in his career doing so. He has seven points through four games: one more point would match his best start through five games of eight points, set last season.
Washington has three shutouts through four games this year. The last time the Huskies had four shutouts in the season's first five games was 2015. Washington's record for the fewest goals allowed in the season's first five games is one, set in 2011. Washington has allowed two or fewer goals in the first five games eight times, including three times since Jamie Clark became head coach.
Dylan Teves had four shots against Cal, scoring his first goal of the season. The four shots matched a career high for Teves. It was his third career game of four shots and his first since November 15, 2018. Teves has 12 shots through four games this year, just five behind last year's total of 17. He is on a pace for 39 shots, ten more than his career high of 29 set in 2018.
Charlie Ostream has now started all 25 of Washington's games since the beginning of the 2019 season. Ostrem was last out of the starting lineup on November 15, 2018. Since that time, Ostrem has played all but 84 possible minutes for Washington, playing over 40 minutes in every game and playing over 60 in all but one. In Ostrem's 29 career starts, Washington has 17 shutouts.
Entering 2020, Ryan Sailor did not have a shot in his career. Sailor has recorded at least one shot in all four games this year and multiple shots in three of four. Washington's defensive back four has recorded 24 shots total this season through four games.
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