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This was the first time this seasons the Dawgs have played a home game. On 3/10, the Huskies played 3 games, beating North Dakota twice. In the first game, they beat North Dakota 2-1. Then the Dawgs beat Seattle U. 8-0 in six innings. Kaitlin Ingelsby pitched a 1-hitter, with 10 strikeouts, and improved her record to 11-0 on the year.

The Dawgs went on to beat North Dakota 4-0, in a game that had a ton of rain. Briana Walker pitched a gem, allowing only three hits, and improving her record to 5-1 on the year. She struck out 11 batters.

The next day, the softball team won its next 2 games, improving its record to 23-1 on the season. Shawna Wright hit her first career grand slam against North Dakota. The Dawgs won 12-4 in five innings. Kasey Stanchek improved to 6-0 on the season.

Against Seattle U., Kaitlin Ingelsby won another game, allowing 4 hits on 11 strikeouts, improving to 12- this year. The Dawgs scored 3 runs in the second inning, and the final run in the 6th. Next week, UW heads to the Judi Garman Classic hosted by Cal State Fullerton in Fullerton, CA.

Women's Basketball

Pac-12 Tourney

UW v. Oregon: The 8th ranked Dawgs opened up the tourney with a strong win over a less than impressive, 9th ranked, Oregon team, winning 72-56. Freshman Jazmine Davis tied a UW record by hitting 7 treys, and scored a game-high 23 points. At the half, UW went into the locker room up 41-22. Regina Rogers had 21 points and 7 rebounds; Amineh Williams had 6 points and 16 rebounds; and Mackenzie Argens had 6 points and 10 rebounds.

U-W v. Stanford: Top ranked Stanford beat the Dawgs 76-51, holding Jazmine Davis to 8 points on 2 for 18 shooting. This game just shows how good Stanford is. The Cardinal improved to 29-1. They went on to win the tournament, and the smallest margin of victory was 9 points. Regina Rogers had 13 points.

UW got an invite to the WNIT, and will host the Cal Poly tomorrow night at 7 pm. Cal Poly is 17-14 on the year, and just finished off winning the Big West Conference tournament.


This was back on March 3rd, but the UW Rugby played the Seattle Quake Rugby Football Club, and clobbered them 44-0. The exhibition match was scheduled because there was a bye, and it was played at Magnusson Park. Here's a link to some pictures from the match.

Men's Tennis

The Mens tennis team extended its winning streak to 7 matches, soundly beating in-state rival Eastern Washington, 7-0. I actually don't know enough about the tennis program to say "authoritatively" that the two teams are in fact rivals, but hey, it's Eastern. The Dawgs swept the mighty eagles, winning all three doubles matches and all six singles matches. None of the matches went into a third set, and the Huskies improved their record to 11-2 on the season.

Women's Golf

The 13th ranked golf team finished 4th place at the Juli Inkster Spartan Invite. Kim SooBin finished the invite in 6th place, and in the top 10 for the 4 time this season. The Dawgs finished between Cal, Oregon and UC Davis.

Track and Field


  • 3,000 meter run: Sophomores Katie Flood and Megan Goethels finished 9th and 11th, respectively.
  • 5,000 meter run: Megan Goethels finished 9th.
  • Long distance medley: The Husky women's team of Chelsea Orr, Jordon Carlson, Baylee Mires and Katie Flood took 1st place, beating out the Oregon team by .65 seconds.
  • The team was tied for 23, and this was only the 4th time in school history the team place in the top 25 at this event.


  • Long distance medley: The mens team of Ryan Soberanis, Maurice McNeal, Bradley Whitley and Joey Bywater took 10th out of 10 teams.
  • Pole Vault: Freshman JJ Juilfs took 17th with a high of 17-00.75


The women's team hosted Central Michigan and San Jose State for senior day. The Dawgs came out with a season high score of 196.350. Browers, the Husky coach, won his 50th match as a Husky coach, and 100th victory of her career. This was actually the team's highest score in the 6 years Bowers has been the coach.