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Dawgs Dominate NCAA Regionals in Seattle
The Huskies continued to play well when it matters most, the post season!
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Head Softball Coach
Heather Tarr will enter her eleventh year at the helm of the Husky Softball team in 2015. Tarr has compiled an overall record of 401-179-1 with her alma mater. In 2014, UW made their 21st consecutive appearance in the NCAA Tournament and 10th straight under the leadership of Tarr. The Huskies hosted the Regional tournament for the 5th consecutive year and for a 6th time in Tarr's 10 seasons. Tarr earned her 400th win after defeating Northwestern, 9-0 in five innings to make their seventh consecutive Super Regionals appearance. Tarr guided the Huskies to their ninth Super Regional berth in her tenure.
Ashley Andrews, an Olympia, Wash., native comes to UW after spending the last six years as a player and graduate assistant at the University of Tennessee.
J.T. D'Amico enters his seventh season on the Washington coaching staff in 2015.
Mike Roberts has joined the Washington softball program as its pitching and catching coach, head coach Heather Tarr announced in July.
Director of Operations
Amy LeFurgy enters her fourth season as the Director of Operations for the UW softball team after joining the staff in the summer of 2012. Prior to joining the staff, LeFurgy worked at Elmhurst College in Illinois as the Assistant Women's Soccer coach and Marketing Assistant.
Henry Ruggiero has been an assistant strength and conditioning coach at UW since January of 2009, and in 2012 became the Director of Strength & Conditioning for Olympic Sports. In his time at Washington, he has worked with the softball, women's gymnastics, women's volleyball, men's soccer and football teams. Ruggiero attended Springfield College in Massachusetts from 2004-2008, competing for the men's soccer team. In his time there, he was given the Men's Soccer Strength and Conditioning Athlete of the Year award. He was also a two-time Fall All-Academic Team member. During his summers while an undergrad, Ruggiero worked as a strength and conditioning intern at Boston College, and as a performance coach at Athletic Evolution. After graduation, Ruggiero served a stint as strength and conditioning intern at the University of Southern California. He then held the positions of Graduate Assistant and Graduate Researcher at the University of Connecticut starting in 2008, while also pursuing a master's degree in art and studying kinesiology.