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Dawgs Set for Final Non-Con Series, Play Host to Rhode Island

Dawgs Set for Final Non-Con Series, Play Host to Rhode Island

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SEATTLE – Coming off of a 2-1 series win over Utah to open Pac-12 play last weekend, Washington finishes up its final non-conference weekend series of the season, welcoming Rhode Island to Seattle March 17-19 for three games at Husky Ballpark.
All three games of the series will be streamed on Washington Live Stream 2, while links to live stats are available at and the schedule page.


• After starting Pac-12 play with a 2-1 series win over Utah, Washington completes its final non-conference series of the season with three games against Rhode Island.

• Originally scheduled for four-games, the series has been shifted to a three-game set as Saturday’s doubleheader has been changed to a single game at 2:05 p.m. PT.

• All three games on the weekend will be streamed on Washington Live Stream 2.

• Sunday’s series finale loss to the Utes snapped a 16-game winning streak for Washington at Husky Ballpark and ended U Dub’s 11-game winning streak.

• Washington’s 12-3 start to the season is its best through 15 games since 1994, when UW began the season 13-2.

• UW allowed eight total runs during the series, with the Huskies 2.33 team ERA in league action leading the Pac-12.

• Freshman Sam DeCarlo lifted the Dawgs to a 4-3 win on Sunday with a walk off home run, the first walk off homer of his baseball career.

• UW is receiving votes in the most recent USA Today Coaches Poll and the NCBWA Poll. The Dawgs are ranked No. 11 in the West by D1Baseball.


This weekend’s series will be the first ever meetings between Washington and Rhode Island. The Rams are the 160th unique opponent in the history of Husky baseball.


Washington’s 12-3 start is its best through the first 15 games of a season in nearly 30 years. The Huskies last got off to a hotter start in 1994, beginning that campaign 13-2. U Dub has won 24 of its last 27 games during the regular season and has won each of its last four Pac-12 series.


Through four starts, Kiefer Lord has proven himself more than up to the task of making the jump from Division 3 Carleton College to college baseball’s highest level. The junior ranks inside the top-40 in the nation in wins, WHIP, ERA and strikeouts. Throwing six perfect innings with 10 strikeouts against Northern Colorado, Lord was named the Week 3 Perfect…

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