"Even though this year's journey was by all accounts far too short, I will always be grateful for your effort, your attitude and your energy. And I am counting the days until we get back on the field together."
A message from @CoachMeggs to this year's team.
While there are no 1-2 counts to finish, no hit and runs to execute and no game-winning moments to enjoy, I guarantee you our guys are still finding a way to enjoy the moment. They understand that even in these trying times, in order to be the best versions of themselves they still need to have an attitude of gratitude. Even under these circumstances they love being a Husky.
SEATTLE – The University of Washington baseball team (9-6) shutout Utah Valley, 4-0, to wrap-up its weekend at Husky Ballpark Sunday afternoon. The Huskies and Wolverines split the four-game series.
SEATTLE – The University of Washington baseball team (8-6) played its first doubleheader of the season Saturday, splitting with Utah Valley (5-11) at Husky Ballpark. Jack Enger's gem carried the Dawgs to a 5-1 win in game one before UVU bounced back for a 1-0 victory in a seven-inning contest in the nightcap.
SEATTLE – The University of Washington baseball team (7-5) dropped its series opener, 7-0, Friday night to visiting Utah Valley University at Husky Ballpark.