Via gohuskies.com:

 

Vs. Oregon, April 11: 

Game 1, 4/11: Oregon 5, UW 3

Game 2, 4/11: Oregon 3, UW 6

Williams, 4/11: AB-7;R-2;H-2;RBI-1;BB-2;SO-2;PO-4;A-0;LOB-0

 

Game 1:

“Hayward scored the second run in the third after singling. Senior Nikia Williams (Mission Viejo, Calif.) drove her in with a double.”

Game 2:

“UW went up 1-0 in the first as Williams reached on an error and came home on a sacrifice fly by Pohlman.

“…Williams singled to third and Inglesby hit a three-run home run to left field.”

 

Vs. UCLA, April 13,14,and 15 

Game 1, 4/13: UCLA 7, Washington 5

Game 2, 4/14: UCLA 5, Washington 0

Game 3, 4/15: UCLA 2, Washington 5

Williams, 4/13-15: AB-9;R-2;H-4;RBI-1;BB-1;SO-2;PO-1;A-0;LOB-1

 

Game 1:

“The first run in the inning was a sacrifice fly to left by Inglesby as senior Nikia Williams (Mission Viejo, Calif.) scored. Williams was on third after a double and a UCLA error.”

Game 2:

“UW had four hits in the game, two each by freshman Kimberlee Souza (Waialua, Hawai’i) and senior Nikia Williams (Mission Viejo, Calif.).”

Game 3:

“Fa’asua stole second and Pohlman doubled between the 5-6 hole as Creger-Zier scored, Sophomore Victoria Hayward (Mountain View, Calif.) walked to load bases for senior Nikia Williams. Williams (Mission Viejo, Calif.) who singled to right just in front of B.B. Bates as Fa’asua scored.”

 

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