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Washington Huskies women's soccer

Washington Huskies
women's soccer
Washington Huskieswomen's soccer athletic logo

University University of Washington
Conference Pac-12
Division I
Location Seattle, WA
Head Coach Lesle Gallimore (18th year)
Stadium Husky Soccer Stadium
(Capacity: 1,640)
Nickname Huskies
Colors Purple and Gold

             


The University of Washington Huskies women's soccer team represent the University of Washington in the Pacific-12 Conference of NCAA Division I soccer. Home games are played at Husky Soccer Stadium, located on University of Washington's campus in Seattle. Lesle Gallimore has coached the Huskies since 1994, winning Pac-10 Coach of the Year in 2000.[1]

Contents

  • History 1
  • All-time record 2
  • Individual honors 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

History

All-time record [2]

  Year   Head Coach   Overall   Pac-12   Pac-12 Tournament     NCAA Tournament  
1991 Dang Pibulvech 10-6-2
1992 Dang Pibulvech 8-9-2
1993 Dang Pibulvech 9-6-2
1994 Lesle Gallimore 13-6-2
1995 Lesle Gallimore 12-8-0
1996 Lesle Gallimore 12-8-0
1997 Lesle Gallimore 7-12-0
1998 Lesle Gallimore 10-9-1
1999 Lesle Gallimore 8-8-2 5-2-2 (5th)
2000 Lesle Gallimore 18-3-0 8-1-0 (1st)
2001 Lesle Gallimore 13-5-2 6-2-1 (2nd, tie)
2002 Lesle Gallimore 9-8-3 4-4-1 (5th)
2003 Lesle Gallimore 11-7-3 4-4-1 (5th)
2004 Lesle Gallimore 17-5-1 5-3-1 (3rd)
2005 Lesle Gallimore 0-17-3 0-9-0 (10th)
2006 Lesle Gallimore 7-12-1 2-6-1 (9th)
2007 Lesle Gallimore 5-13-1 2-6-1 (7th, tie)
2008 Lesle Gallimore 15-6-1 5-3-1 (3rd, tie)
2009 Lesle Gallimore 12-6-4 3-3-3 (5th, tie)
2010 Lesle Gallimore 13-9-2 4-5-0 (5th, tie)
2011 Lesle Gallimore 7-8-5 3-5-3
2012 Lesle Gallimore

Individual honors

National Soccer Coaches Association (NSCAA) Coach of the Year (West Region):

NSCAA Assistant Coach of the Year:

Hermann Award Nominee:

NSCAA All-American (2nd):

NSCAA All-Region:

  • Kate Deines - 2010 (1st), 2009 (3rd)
  • Jorde LaFontaine-Kussman - 2010 (3rd)
  • Kendyl Pele - 2010 (3rd)
  • Veronica Perez - 2009 (2nd), 2008 (2nd)
  • Tina Frimpong - 2003 (1st)
  • Nikki Gamble - 2003 (3rd)
  • Melissa Gamble - 2003 (3rd)
  • Hope Solo - 2001 (1st), 2000 (1st), 1999 (2nd)
  • Caroline Putz - 2001 (3rd), 2000 (3rd)
  • Andrea Morelli - 2000 (2nd)
  • Theresa Wagner - 2000 (2nd)
  • Tina Thompson - 1996 (1st)
  • Katey Ward - 1996 (2nd)
  • Tara Bilanski - 1995 (1st), 1994 (1st)
  • Sanya Trandum - 1995 (2nd)
  • Samanta Obara - 1994 (1st)
  • Melanie Brennan - 1994 (1st)

Pac-12 Player of the Year:

Pac-12 Defender of the Year:

  • Andrea Morelli - 1999

Pac-12 Medal Winner:

References

  1. ^ http://pac-12.com/portals/0/content/sports/soccer-w/pdf/W-SOCCER-11.pdf
  2. ^ "2011 Record Book". University of Washington. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 

External links

  • Official website
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