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UW Men’s Soccer Releases 2022 Schedule

Jun 17, 2022

SEATTLE – Coming off its best season in program history that ended in the College Cup Finals, the UW men's soccer team looks for its seventh-straight trip to the postseason as the team releases its 2022 schedule today.
The 19-game slate features 12 home contests, including five against Pac-12 opponents.
The 2022 season kicks off on Aug. 25 as the Huskies host Sacramento State at Husky Soccer Stadium. Washington will host two additional contests the following week against Central Arkansas (Aug. 29) and Utah Valley (Sept. 2).
Washington hits the road for the first time to travel down to Tampa, Fla. for a game against South Florida on Sept. 6. The contest will mark the second-ever meeting between the two programs. The Huskies last went down to Tampa in 2014 won the match, 2-1.
The Dawgs return home for three games, hosting Air Force (Sept. 11), Michigan State (Sept. 16) and Seattle U (Sept. 20).
The Huskies hit the road for a three-game stretch starting with a 2021 NCAA Tournament Team, Grand Canyon, on Sept. 24. Washington then opens conference play at San Diego State on Sept. 29 and at UCLA on Oct. 2.
Stanford comes to Husky Soccer Stadium for the first Pac-12 home game of the year on Oct. 6. The Huskies then welcome Cal on Oct. 9. Washington hosts Gonzaga for its final nonconference match up on Oct. 14 as part of a doubleheader with Washington women's soccer team that will host Oregon State later that night.
Washington goes on another three-game road stretch down to defending Pac-12 Champions Oregon State on Oct. 21, at Cal on Oct. 27 and at Stanford on Oct. 30.
The Huskies close out the 2022 regular season schedule with three games in seven days starting with UCLA on Nov. 3. Washington then turns around and hosts San Diego State (Nov. 6) and Oregon State (Nov. 10) for the final two home contests.
To view the entire 2022 schedule with game times and television information, click here.
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