Four Huskies Earn All-Region
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Washington's own Dylan Teves, Charlie Ostrem, Lucas Meek, and Kendall Burks all earned All-Far West Region honors from the United Soccer Coaches today. Teves and Ostrem earned First Team All-Region, while Meek and Burks were named Second Team.
This is the ninth consecutive year Washington has had multiple All-Region honors and fourth time in the last five years Washington has earned four All-Region honors. The Huskies have not had more players earn All-Region since 1998, when five players were so honored.
All four of these Huskies earned All-Region for the first time in their Washington careers. This is the second straight year multiple Huskies have been named to the All-Region First Team after Blake Bodily and Ethan Bartlow did so in 2019.
This adds to a plethora of awards for Teves this year. The junior was also named a MAC Hermann Award semifinalist, joining Bodily and Taylor Peay as the only Huskies ever named semifinalists for the nation's top individual award. Teves led the Huskies in scoring with 19 points this year. He also earned All-Pac-12 First Team and was the first-ever two-time WAC 101 Club Cup MVP.
The Pac-12 Defender of the Year, Ostrem was second in the nation in assists this year. His 11 assists were the most by a Husky since 1998, when Wes Hart had a program-record 15. Ostrem had three multi-point games, including the 12th three-assists game in program history. During Pac-12 play, Ostrem recorded points in six of ten games, with one goal and ten assists against Pac-12 teams.
Burks earned All-Region Second Team in his first year with the Huskies. He also earned All-Pac-12 Second Team, giving him all-conference honors in all three of his college seasons. Burks scored his first three career goals this year, recording a brace against UCLA. He finished second in the Pac-12 in goals among defensemen, behind only teammate Ryan Sailor.
Meek started all 16 games for the Huskies and matched his 2019 goal-scoring output, scoring six goals again despite playing three fewer games. Meek had 13 points and now has 32 career points in 30 career starts. He earned three Team of the Week awards this year and was named to the All-Pac-12 Second Team.
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