Just four minutes later, the Huskies found the back of the net once again, as Allie Beahan knocked in her first goal of the season after a scramble in the box.
Becca Schoales capped the first half scoring, as the Huskies generated an odd man rush and Farrell crossed the ball to an open Schoales, who put it away past SU keeper Brianna Smallidge for her third goal of the season.
But the Dawgs weren’t finished there, as Jaclyn Softli picked up her second goal of the season with a nice chip shot over Smallidge just four minutes into the second half.
Christina Archer completed the scoring in the match, knocking in her first goal of the season off a flick header from a Farrell corner kick.
“All week we have been working on our attack and just getting people to be calm and composed in our finishing, and I think you saw that today,” Huskies head coach Lesle Gallimore said. “We weathered a bit of a storm in the first ten, fifteen minutes, but the first goal just gave the team a lot of confidence. It had been a while since we had a 3-0 half.”
The Huskies improved to 3-4-0 on the season. Washington returns to the pitch when the Dawgs host Gonzaga next Friday.