The Washington Huskies will host the annual Husky Fall Classic this October 11-13. This will be the first action of the 2020 season for the Huskies, who are looking to make a fourth straight Women's College World Series and defend their Pac-12 championship from the 2019 season.
The roster for the 2020 Olympics was announced today by USA Softball, with Washington's own Ali Aguilar making the team. Aguilar is the fifth Husky ever to make an Olympic team, joining Jennifer Spediacci, Jaime Clark, Danielle Lawrie, and Jenn Salling.
Eight Huskies earned the NFCA's All-America Scholar Athlete award today in recognition for their excellence in the classroom as well as on the field. Kaija Gibson, Noelle Hee, Amirah Milloy, Rachel Ogasawara, Gabbie Plain, Sami Reynolds, Francesca Torraca, and Brittany Werre were all honored by the NFCA with this award.
The full schedule for the 2020 season has been released by the Washington Huskies. Washington will be looking to make it four straight 50-win, Women's College World Series seasons as they head into 2020 with three returning All-Americans and five new Huskies.
Registration for the first Mighty Are The Women Gala is now open to the public, with the event set for Friday, September 13 at 7:00 pm at the Conibear Shellhouse. Registration is $50 per person and is available online. Doors will open at 6:00 pm, with the program beginning at 7:00 pm.
The Washington Huskies announced the full schedule for the 2019 Husky Fall Classic. The Huskies will play five games over three days. This year, Washington plays host to Bellevue College, Northwest University, Western Washington, and Central Washington. Tickets for all the games will be sold at the door only, for $10.