For the second time in the last three years, the Washington Huskies earned the NFCA Pacific Region Coaching Staff of the Year. Heather Tarr, J.T. D'Amico, Lance Glasoe, and Whitney Jones were honored as one of 11 regional staffs to win the award, spread across the country.
The 2019 season came to a close with the 3 Washington Huskies falling to the 2 UCLA Bruins in ten innings in the World Series semi-finals, losing 3-0. The second-longest postseason game in Washington history and its longest WCWS game ever was scoreless until the tenth, when a homer by UCLA's Rachel Garcia ended the game.
Behind an absolute gem from Taran Alvelo, the 3 Washington Huskies defeated the 13 Oklahoma State Cowboys 1-0 to advance to the World Series semi-finals. Alvelo tied her career high with 16 strikeouts, retiring the side in order five times and striking out the side three times.
Washington's bats were alive all day as the Huskies defeated the 7 Minnesota Golden Gophers to stay alive at the World Series on Saturday. Washington scored three runs in the first four innings then, after a three-hour delay due to lightning and rain, put two more up in the sixth for a 5-3 win.
An extra-innings thriller went against the Washington Huskies, with the Arizona Wildcats winning 3-1 in eight innings. Home runs were the difference in the game, with Arizona hitting two to Washington's one solo shot. The Huskies brought the tying run to the plate in the bottom of the eighth but could not get another run across.
The Washington Huskies had four players named to the All-American teams. Taran Alvelo, Sis Bates, Morganne Flores, and Gabbie Plain were all named All-Americans. Bates and Plain were each named First Team, Flores Second Team, and Alvelo Third Team.