Washington Huskies men's soccer

The Washington Huskies men's soccer team is an intercollegiate varsity sports team of the University of Washington. The team is a member of the Pac-12 Conference of the National Collegiate Athletic Association.

Washington Huskies men's soccer
2019 Washington Huskies men's soccer team
Founded1962
UniversityUniversity of Washington
Athletic directorJennifer Cohen
Head coachJamie Clark (9th season)
ConferencePac-12
LocationSeattle, WA
StadiumHusky Soccer Stadium
(Capacity: 2,200)
NicknameHuskies
ColorsPurple and Gold[1]
         
Home
Away
NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals
2013, 2019
NCAA Tournament Round of 16
2003, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2019
NCAA Tournament Round of 32
1972, 1992, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2019
NCAA Tournament appearances
1968, 1972, 1973, 1976, 1978, 1982, 1989, 1992, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
Conference Regular Season championships
1968, 1972, 1973, 1976, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1987, 1992, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2013, 2019

Players and staff

Current roster

As of September 15, 2019[2]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
0 GK Sam Fowler
1 GK Andrew Morrison
2 DF Kasey French
3 DF Freddy Kleeman
4 DF Ryan Sailor
5 DF Ethan Bartlow
6 MF Daniel Ribas
7 MF Jaret Townsend
8 FW Gio Miglietti
9 MF Dylan Teves
10 MF James Smith
11 FW Joey Parish
12 MF Tyler Smith
13 MF John Magnus
14 MF Christian Soto
15 MF Ryan DeGroot
No. Position Player
16 DF Jasper Malamud
17 MF Michael Rojas
18 MF Imanol Rosales
19 MF Cole Grimsby
20 DF Charlie Ostrem
21 DF Jayson Baca
22 FW Ryan Crowley
23 MF Nick Scardina
25 MF Euan Clark
26 MF Noah Whitman
27 DF Jensen Jabara
28 MF Gabe Threadgold
30 MF Jacob Castro
33 MF Lucas Meek
82 DF Andrew Conwell
98 MF Blake Bodily
99 GK Bryce Logan

Head coach

Name Nat Tenure
Ron Jepson  United States 1963–1964
Derek Mallinson  United States 1965
Mike Ryan  United States 1966–1976
Mike O'Malley  United States 1977–1979
Frank Gallo  United States 1980–1982
Denny Buck  United States 1983–1984
Ron Carter  United States 1984–1991
Dean Wurzberger  United States 1992–2010
Jamie Clark  United States January 26, 2011–present

Staff

The coaching staff as of May 2017 is as follows.[3]

Coach Role
Jamie ClarkHead coach
Chris GoresAssistant coach
Richard ReeceAssistant coach
Jeff RowlandAssistant coach

Yearly records

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Dean Wurzberger (Pac-12 Conference) (1992–2010)
1997 Dean Wurzberger 16–3–24–2NCAA 2nd Round
1998 Dean Wurzberger 8–8–23–5–2NCAA 1st Round
1999 Dean Wurzberger 15–5–27–01stNCAA 2nd Round
2000 Dean Wurzberger 14–6–07–11stNCAA 2nd Round
2001 Dean Wurzberger 13–6–04–43rdNCAA 2nd Round
2002 Dean Wurzberger 6–10–34–55th
2003 Dean Wurzberger 13–5–25–4–13rdNCAA Regional Semifinal
2004 Dean Wurzberger 11–7–24–3–12ndNCAA 1st Round
2005 Dean Wurzberger 10–7–23–5–25th
2006 Dean Wurzberger 13–7–14–5–15thNCAA Second Round
2007 Dean Wurzberger 9–8–43–4–35thNCAA Second Round
2008 Dean Wurzberger 8–8–23–5–24th
2009 Dean Wurzberger 5–7–62–3–55th
2010 Dean Wurzberger 10–4–14–3–03rd
Dean Wurzberger: 136–80–2251–43–12
Jamie Clark (Pac-12 Conference) (2011–present)
2011 Jamie Clark 9–46–32nd
2012 Jamie Clark 13–5–37–1–22ndNCAA Second Round
2013 Jamie Clark 17–2–47–1–21stNCAA Quarterfinals
2014 Jamie Clark 12–5–35–4–13rdNCAA Third Round
2015 Jamie Clark 8–5–64–3–33rd
2016 Jamie Clark 14–77–42ndNCAA Third Round
2017 Jamie Clark 12–7–15–4–13rdNCAA First Round
2018 Jamie Clark 12–7–16–4–03rdNCAA First Round
2019 Jamie Clark 15–38–21stNCAA
Jamie Clark: 112–45–1855–26–9
Total:248–125–40

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

Rivalries

  • Seattle U The Seattle U Redhawks are the crosstown-rival of the Huskies.[4] As of the conclusion of the 2016 season, Washington leads the series 44–6–5.[5] Other rivalries include Seattle Pacific, Stanford, Portland, and Simon Fraser.

Seattle U

Seattle U victoriesWashington victoriesTie games
No.DateLocationWinnerScore
1 Oct 6, 1967 UW Washington 3–0
2 Nov 18, 1967 SU Seattle U 3–0
3 Oct 9, 1968 UW Washington 3–1
4 Oct 26, 1968 SU Washington 2–0
5 Nov 18, 1968 SU Tie0–0
6 Oct 21, 1969 SU Tie1–1
7 Nov 15, 1969 UW Washington 3–0
8 Nov 3, 1970 UW Seattle U 3–1
9 Nov 21, 1970 SU Washington 1–0
10 Sep 23, 1971 SU Washington 3–2
11 Oct 23, 1971 SU Seattle U 3–2
12 Sep 20, 1972 SU Washington 11–0
13 Oct 13, 1972 UW Washington 2–0
14 Oct 21, 1972 UW Washington 4–0
15 Oct 10, 1973 UW Washington 5–0
16 Nov 5, 1973 SU Tie1–1
17 Oct 23, 1974 SU Washington 3–0
18 Nov 22, 1974 UW Washington 6–0
19 Oct 22, 1975 SU Washington 2–1
20 Nov 19, 1975 UW Washington 2–1
No.DateLocationWinnerScore
21 Oct 27, 1975 UW Washington 4–0
22 Nov 17, 1976 SU Washington 7–0
23 Oct 12, 1977 UW Washington 1–0
24 Nov 16, 1977 SU Washington 4–1
25 Oct 14, 1978 UW Tie2–2
26 Oct 25, 1978 SU Washington 2–1
27 Oct 10, 1979 SU Seattle U 2–1
28 Oct 24, 1979 N Washington 3–0
29 Oct 8, 1980 UW Washington 2–0
30 Oct 25, 1980 SU Washington 3–1
31 Sep 5, 1981 N Washington 4–0
32 Sep 30, 1981 UW Washington 9–1
33 Oct 17, 1981 SU Washington 1–0
34 Sep 22, 1982 UW Washington 3–0
35 Oct 16, 1982 SU Washington 2–0
36 Oct 15, 1983 SU Washington 6–0
37 Nov 5, 1983 UW Washington 3–1
38 Oct 10, 1984 UW Washington 5–0
39 Nov 3, 1984 SU Washington 6–0
40 Oct 30, 1985 UW Washington 6–0
No.DateLocationWinnerScore
41 Sep 24, 1986 SU Washington 8–1
42 Oct 25, 1987 UW Washington 8–0
43 Sep 30, 1988 UW Washington 4–0
44 Aug 31, 1996 SU Seattle U 1–0
45 Sep 20, 2001 UW Washington 3–1
46 Sep 1, 2009 SU Washington 1–0
47 Sep 24, 2010 UW Washington 2–0
48 Sep 11, 2011 SU Tie0–0
49 Sep 23, 2012 UW Washington 2–0
50 Oct 8, 2013 SU Washington 2–0
51 Nov 24, 2013 UW Washington 4–2
52 Sep 4, 2014 UW Washington 4–1
53 Sep 25, 2015 SU Seattle U 2–1
54 Sep 25, 2016 UW Washington 2–1
55 Sep 24, 2017 SU Washington 2–0
56 Nov 16, 2017 UW Seattle U 3–2
57 Sep 23, 2018 UW Seattle U 2–0
58 Sep 15, 2019 SU
Series: Washington leads 44–8–5

Notable alumni

References

  1. "Color Palette" (PDF). University of Washington Athletics Identity Standards Manual. January 6, 2012. Archived from the original (PDF) on July 6, 2015. Retrieved November 28, 2015.
  2. "2019 Men's Soccer Roster". gohuskies.com. University of Washington Athletics. Retrieved September 15, 2019.
  3. http://www.gohuskies.com/roster.aspx?path=msoc
  4. Pentz, Matt (September 23, 2016). "Washington Huskies, Seattle U Redhawks prepare to face off in mutually beneficial rivalry match". The Seattle Times. The Seattle Times Company. Retrieved May 10, 2018.
  5. "2017 Husky Men's Soccer Record Book" (PDF). gohuskies.com. Washington Athletics. p. 4. Retrieved May 10, 2018.


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