Washington at Oregon2014-09-25T16:00:00-07:00
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During the event's silent auction, fans will have the opportunity to bid on a football autographed by 2014 Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota, as well as a basketball signed by the Ducks' 2019 NCAA Final Four women's basketball team.
The Washington Huskies finished their spring season on the road, defeating the Western Washington Vikings 2-1. Ameera Hussen and Summer Yates scored the goals for the Huskies, with Yates also assisting on Hussen's goal. Dani Hansen and Siena Ruelas split time in net for the Dawgs, making a few key saves throughout the game to secure the win.
In their final home game of the spring season, the Washington Huskies erupted for seven goals, defeating Seattle Pacific 7-2. Seven different players scored for the Huskies as the team offense took over, jumping to a 4-0 lead early in the first half. Ruby Hellstrom had two assists in addition to a goal late in the second half. Summer Yates also had a goal and an assist as well as drawing a foul that led to a free-kick goal.
The Washington Huskies announced their full non-conference slate for the 2019 season, beginning in August. Washington will host four home games in the non-conference season, including the annual Husky Invitational beginning on August 29. In total, the Huskies will play five teams that made the 2018 NCAA Tournament, including 2018 national runner-up North Carolina.
SEATTLE - The Washington Huskies earned the 4-0 shutout against their crosstown rival the Seattle Redhawks Thursday, picking up a win in their second spring game. Asia Brisco, Mireya Grey, Vanessa Millsaps, and Ruby Hellstrom all scored in the game for Washington. It was a combined shutout in goal for Washington, with Siena Ruelas starting and Dani Hansen finishing things out.