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6th ranked Huskies race out to 16-2 start
The 6th ranked Dawgs have started the 2014 season by jumping out to a 16-2 record as they head down to Fullerton, CA and the prestigious Judi Garman Classic. The Huskies started the season February 7th in Las Vegas.
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Head Softball Coach
Heather Tarr enters her ninth year as the head coach of the Huskies in 2013. 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 the regional, 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 . 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 in 2011. UW got some big wins on the year including its first win at UCLA since 2007. UW ended the 2011 season ranked 12th in the NFCA poll after reaching as high as No. 4/4 on the year.
JT D'Amico enters his fifth year on the UW coaching Staff in 2013. His primary responsibility is as the defensive coordinator for the Huskies. Prior to coming to UW, D'Amico served as the head baseball coach at Eastlake High School in Sammamish, WA for 11 years (1997 - 2008). He was part of the Huskies 2009 National championship year which culminated with the Husky staff being named the NFCA National Coaching Staff of the Year. In 2011, former Husky and 3-time All American, Jenn Salling was named the 2011 Pac 10 Defensive Player of the Year.
During his time as the head baseball coach at Eastlake, 10 of his players were drafted professionally while over 20 went on to play at the collegiate level. Three of his former players have reached the major leagues, including current LA Dodger Blake Hawksworth. He also spent time as an associate scout with the Atlanta Braves for several years during his time at Eastlake. In addition, his younger brother Jeff, played in the major leagues and is currently the golf pro at Wing Point Golf & Country Club on Bainbridge Island, WA
He also served as the head coach for the Washington Ladyhawks Gold club team from 2006-08, leading them to a 7th-place finish at Gold Nationals in 2008 and a 13th place finish in 2006. With the Ladyhawks, he coached several current & former Huskies. An avid golfer and reader, he was married to Heather Tarr on August 27th, 2010.
Lance Glasoe enters his fifth season as an assistnat coach for the Huskies in 2013
Prior to coaching at Pacific Lutheran, Glasoe was the head coach at Bonney Lake High School from 2005-2006 and Sumner High School from 2001-2005. Under his guidance, Sumner made three consecutive state finals appearances from 2003-2005 and won two league championships. Additionally, his team won the State Academic Championship in 2002. For his efforts, Glasoe was named Tacoma News Tribune All-Area Coach of the Year in 2005 and 2006 as well as being named Seamount League Pierce Division Coach of the Year in 2006 and South Puget Sound League Coach of the Year in 2005.
Glasoe also served time as an assistant coach on the Sumner football team in 1998 and from 2000-2005. He was the head baseball coach from 1995-1998 and later served as an assistant for the girls basketball team from 2001-2002. In addition to coaching, Glasoe was recently a Technology Education Instructor at Graham Kapowsin High School in Graham, Wash., and at Bonney Lake High School in Bonney Lake, Wash.
Head softball coach Heather Tarr announced the addition of Brad Ditter to the coaching staff on August 31st, 2012. Ditter will assist Coach Tarr in all aspects of recruiting and serve as the offensive bench coach during games. He will have a prominent role in developing the Husky hitters and assist defensive coordinator D'Amico with the Husky defense.
"We are very excited to add Brad to our coaching staff," said Tarr. "This was one of our best recruiting efforts in the past few years. J.T., Lance and I believe he will impact all the critical areas of Husky Softball in an extremely positive manner. He brings a proven track record on the baseball field as an outstanding developer of talent, evaluator and recruiter. His passion and competitive energy will be felt immediately by all of our players and staff."