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Dawgs Dominate NCAA Regionals in Seattle
The Huskies continued to play well when it matters most, the post season!
The red-hot Dawgs crushed Iona, BYU & Northwestern on their way to their 10th straight regional championship in Head Coach Heather Tarr's 10th year. They now advance to the Super Regional Sweet 16 for the 9th time in the last 10 years. That is currently the most dominant post season run by any school in the Pac 12.
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Head Softball Coach
Heather Tarr will enter her tenth year at the helm of the Husky Softball team in 2014. The Huskies clinched their 20th consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance and 11th overall Women's College World Series appearance under Coach Tarr's leadership in 2013. The Huskies compiled a record of 45-17 and finished 3rd at the College World Series. The Huskies hosted the NCAA Regional and went 3-0 before advancing to the NCAA Super Regionals against Missouri, where they went 2-0. Junior Kaitlin Inglesby was named an All-American. Six Huskies were named to the All-Pac-12 team, and five were named to the All-Pacific Region team.
In 2012, Tarr led the Huskies to a 39-19 record and the right to host the NCAA Regional. UW went 3-0 in that regional and advanced to face No. 1 and Pac-12 foe Cal in Berkeley. It was the 19th-straight NCAA Tournament appearance for the Huskies. Sophomore Kaitlin Inglesby was named an All-American. Kimi Pohlman and Niki Williams were drafted into the NPF.
The 2011 team made its 18th-straight NCAA Tournament appearance and earned the right to host NCAA Regionals once again. UW went 3-0 in that tournament, defeating BYU twice and Portland State. The Huskies advanced to the Super Regionals, falling to the higher seed Missouri in two games. UW finished the season with a 37-16 overall record and a 9-12 record in a tough Pac-10 Conference. UW was a 12 seed in the NCAA Tournament. The Huskies were the last undefeated team in the country, going 20-0 to start the season. UW got some big wins on the year including its first win at UCLA since 2007. Jenn Salling and Niki Williams earned Second-Team All-America honors while six total Huskies were named to the All-Pacific Region First-Team and five to the All-Pac-10 team. UW ended the season ranked 12th in the NFCA poll and 15th in the ESPN.com/USA Today poll after reaching as high as No. 4/4 on the year.
J.T. D'Amico enters his sixth season on the Washington coaching staff in 2014.
His primary responsibility for the UW is serving as the Defensive Coordinator. The Husky defense has seen many of their highest fielding percentage seasons under his guidance. During their 2013 run to Women's College World Series, Washington's defense ranked 2nd nationally in fielding percentage. In 2013, Shawna Wright was named Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year. In 2011, former Canadian Olympian and UW National champion shortstop Jenn Salling was also named the Pac-10's Defensive Player of the Year.
D'Amico joined the Washington coaching staff in 2009, helping the Huskies to the National Championship. He was a part of the staff that was awarded the National Coaching Staff of the Year by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association in 2009.
Danielle (Lawrie) Locke was the ace pitcher on the 2009 national championship team, finishing the season with a record of 42-8 with a 0.97 ERA and 521 strikeouts in 352.2 innings.
Lance Glasoe enters his sixth season on the Washington coaching staff in 2014.
Glasoe was named to the Washington coaching staff by head coach Heather Tarr on July 22, 2008.
Glaose first joined the Washington coaching staff for the 2009 season, helping the Huskies to the National Championship. He was a part of the staff that was awarded the National Coaching Staff of the Year by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association in 2009.
A Puyallup, Wash., native, who most recently was the pitching coach for the Pacific Lutheran University softball team, Glasoe works primarily with the Husky pitchers.