When hearing "Husky softball", only one name comes to mind- Heather Tarr. A four-year letter-winner while a student at Washington, Tarr was a part of Washington's first Women's College World Series team, taking second in the nation in 1996. Tarr also helped the Huskies take third in the country in 1997 and was an undergraduate assistant coach for Washington's 1998 third-place team. In her playing career, Tarr made three Pac-12 All-Academic teams and three All-Pac-12 teams.
Heather Tarr named Head Coach for 2022 Women's National Team
Oct 25, 2021OKLAHOMA CITY –– USA Softball, the National Governing Body of Softball in the United States, is proud to announce that Heather Tarr (Redmond, Washington/Washington Softball Head Coach) has been selected as the Head Coach for the 2022 USA Softball Women’s National Team (WNT). Selected by members of the USA Softball Women’s National Team Selection Committee (WNTSC), Tarr will lead the Red, White and Blue at the 2022 World Games in addition to various international competitions throughout the year. A historic selection for the USA Softball National Teams program, Tarr will be the sixth female Head Coach at the helm of the WNT following Rosalie Sorenson (1970), Marge Ricker (1982), Carol Spanks (1987), Shirley Topley (1991) and Margie Wright (1998).
USA Softball Announces Exhibition Games For U.S. Women's National Team
Mar 4, 2021OKLAHOMA CITY – With less than five months until the Tokyo Olympic Games, USA Softball has added four exhibition contests for the U.S. Women’s National Team (WNT) in addition to the previously-announced three-game series against world-ranked No. 5 Mexico (March 8-10).
Mary Nutter Sets The Stage For Oklahoma vs Washington
Feb 23, 2020Mark Allister is the author of Women’s College Softball on the Rise: A Season Inside the Game. He will be writing on DIII softball this spring and would welcome story ideas and comments at email@example.com
Morganne Flores Eyeing One Final Shot At National Title With Washington
Feb 17, 2020The 2018 season was a bittersweet one for [team:Washington] Huskies catcher [person:Morganne Flores]. The team marched all the way to the WCWS championship series, where they lost 8-3 to eventual champion Florida State.