The Redhawks dominated the action at Torero Stadium Wednesday night. Declan McGlynn, Hamish Ritchie, Noe Meza, and Orlando Neto each scored in the non-conference victory.

Head Coach Pete Fewing commented:

“It was time for a complete effort and we got it tonight,” said Coach Pete Fewing. “Everybody played both sides of the ball. We started three freshmen and they keep getting better. They have adjusted to the college game like we knew they would.”

U returns to Seattle this weekend and will play at No. 16 Washington on Sunday. Kickoff is scheduled for 5 p.m. for the rematch from last year’s NCAA Tournament.

U SEATTLE MATCH REPORT