The Washington Huskies are headed back to the Women’s College World Series after sweeping a Super Regional series against Alabama.
After winning 3-2 on Friday night, the fifth-seeded Huskies clinched their second straight trip to Oklahoma City with a 6-0 win over No. 12 Alabama on Saturday in Seattle.
— Washington Softball (@UWSoftball) May 27, 2018
Washington (49-8) advances to the WCWS for the 13th time in program history and second year in a row.
Taylor Van Zee and Noelle Hee hit home runs and Taran Alvelo struck out 8 in a 3-hitter for the Huskies, who will open play on Thursday, May 31, against No. 4 Oklahoma, the two-time defending national champion.
All told the Pac-12 is sending four teams to Oklahoma City: ASU, Oregon, UCLA and Washington.