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Huskies Secure Second Straight WAC 101 Club Cup Win

Mar 10, 2021

Box Score

SEATTLE – The #9 Washington Huskies scored early and often in a 4-0 win over the Seattle U Redhawks, keeping the WAC 101 Club Cup on Montlake. Dylan Teves started the scoring with his first of two goals just three minutes into the game.

This is the second straight win over Seattle U for the Huskies, who retain the WAC 101 Club Cup once again. Teves was named WAC 101 Club Cup MVP for the second straight year.

Teves had his first career brace in the game, scoring from the penalty spot for the third consecutive game in addition to his early goal. Lucas Meek and Christian Soto had goals in the second half as well. Charlie Ostrem, Imanol Rosales, and Kalani Kossa-Rienzi all picked up assists.

Sam Fowler made four saves in goal en route to the shutout. He now has a 200-minute shutout streak after tonight's clean sheet.

The Huskies carried a lead into halftime but took over the game in the second half, scoring three goals and outshooting Seattle U 10-7. Washington scored three goals in 20 minutes, with the final two goals coming in a five-minute span. Soto's goal was a particular bit of brilliance: the sophomore flipped into a bicycle kick on a high entry ball into the box from Kossa-Rienzi to put a exclamation point on the final score.


  • 3' | Ostrem fired in a cross on Washington's first attack of the night. The ball was headed away by a defender but Teves was the first one to get there, heading it home on the run. It was Washington's quickest goal to start a game since September 22, 2019, when Meek scored 47 seconds into the game.
  • 51' | Teves scored from the penalty spot for the third straight game, this time drawing the PK on a break up the left wing. Teves would slot the penalty low to the left for a 2-0 lead.
  • 65' | Meek took a pass from Rosales in the box, then turned around his defender and fired at a sharp angle across the face of goal for a 3-0 lead.
  • 70' | Kossa-Rienzi re-entered the ball after a corner kick with a high, looping pass from above the box. That found Soto, whose golazo made the final score 4-0.


  • Teves has scored a goal in three straight games, the longest goal streak since Blake Bodily's four-game streak in 2019.
  • Gabe Threadgold made his first career start, playing 49 minutes.
  • Ostrem has a three-game point streak now, tied with Teves for the longest on the team.
  • This is the third straight year Washington has won at least five of its first six games.
  • Washington has four shutouts in its first six games, its best defensive start since 2015.
  • This is the third time in program history Washington has been undefeated in non-conference play and the first time since 2013.
  • Fowler has shutouts in four of his five appearances.


Washington hits the road for more Pac-12 play this weekend, facing UCLA in Los Angeles on Sunday, March 14 at 4:00 pm. That game will not have a video stream. Any changes to the schedule will be made public via social media and

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