Skip to main content

Cats Down Huskies on the Road

Oct 20, 2022

SEATTLE, Wash. - Arizona secured its third win in conference play on Thursday, defeating Washington in Seattle, 1-0. The win marks the Wildcats' (6-6-2, 3-4 Pac-12) first victory over the Huskies (8-4-3, 2-3-1 Pac-12) since 2018 and its first win in Seattle since 2005.

Hope Hisey tallied a pair of saves early, keeping the Huskies out of the goal three times in the sixth minute. Hisey had four total saves in the match, and the shutout was her fifth of the season. The Tucson, Ariz., native has totaled 19 shutouts over the course of her career.

Junior Jordan Hall scored the only goal in the match off of an assist from Sami Baytosh in the 26th minute. Baytosh dished it out ahead of the Washington defense, setting up Hall to send it past keeper Olivia Sekany. The goal was Hall's second of the season.

Hall led a balanced Wildcats offensive effort with four shots. Seven members of the squad got at least one shot off with Desiree Foster adding three to the team's total of 13.

In another strong defensive showing, Arizona held the Huskies to 14 shots of which just three were on goal. Entering the contest, Washington averaged over 18 shots per game.

Arizona continues its road trip at Washington State with a 12 p.m. PT matchup Sunday, Oct. 23.