Pac-12 Networks' Troy Clardy and Kelly Gray recap No. 22 Washington's men's soccer's 2-1 victory over Oregon State on Friday in Corvallis, Ore.
SEATTLE --- The University of Washington men's soccer team made a late addition to its 2019 roster on Friday night, signing 14-year-old Trevor Glassman from Arlington to become an official Huskies Teammate through the Team IMPACT Draft Day program.
Junior Blake Bodily is entering his junior year as one of the top players in the Pac-12. The two-time All-Pac-12 first-team selection has tallied five goals and 12 assists, giving him a hand in one-third of UW's goals over the last two seasons. Recently, he was named to the Hermann Trophy preseason watch list and named a preseason Second Team All-American by College Soccer News.
Season starts Aug. 30
Kasey French is entering his redshirt junior season with the Huskies and is a key part of the Washington backline. French played in 13 matches last year while battling injury, helping the team allow just 20 goals on the season and tallying three assists. French has twice earned Pac-12 First Team All-Academic honors and was twice named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District VIII First Team.