The University of Washington has produced nearly 100 players who have appeared in 14 different leagues throughout the 57-year history of the program. Currently, 16 former Huskies are competing professionally in numerous leagues this summer. Here is a quick look at how each one is doing.
Dylan Teves burst onto the scene as a true freshman last year, appearing in 19 matches, making nine starts. He finished second on the team with five goals and added a pair of assists on the season. Teves scored his first collegiate goal in his third match, finding the back of the back of at No. 19 Denver on Aug. 30.
SEATTLE --- University of Washington men's soccer head coach Jamie Clark announced the team's 2019 non-conference schedule on Friday. The eight match non-conference slate features four home matches, a trip to Michigan to face a pair of Big Ten Conference foes and the next chapter in the Seattle Derby.
Washington men's soccer team wrapped up its spring schedule at the end of April, once again competing against some of the top local professional and college teams in the region. The Huskies schedule saw them take on pro teams Timbers 2, the RSL Monarchs and the Whitecaps U23 teams along with DI programs Portland, Seattle U, Gonzaga, Utah Valley and DII programs Seattle Pacific and Western Washington.
On April 4th, The University of Washington will launch its first ever HuskyGivingDay.
SEATTLE – The University of Washington men's soccer team kicks off its spring schedule of 10 matches on Saturday, playing Timbers 2 its first of three matches against Major League Soccer teams over the next two months.