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  • Shulenberger takes over as WSU soccer coach

    New Washington State women’s soccer coach Todd Shulenberger said he’s impressed by the program’s “ability to keep things rolling and turn negatives into positives.” Now Shulenberger, who spent the past …

  • WSU soccer coach Steve Nugent resigns

    After only 13 months on the job, Washington State women’s soccer coach Steve Nugent unexpectedly announced his resignation Monday afternoon.

  • Cougars ousted from NCAAs

    PULLMAN – Natasha Howe’s goal in the 108th minute lifted Seattle University to a 2-1 victory over the No. 23 Washington State women’s soccer team Friday, giving the Redhawks their …

  • No. 1 UCLA defeats No. 19 WSU in women’s soccer

    PULLMAN – Goalkeeper Gurveen Clair made an aggressive play in the 48th minute of Washington State’s match Friday against UCLA when a Bruins attacker broke through the Cougars’ defense. Rather …

  • WSU takes 3-0 soccer victory

    PULLMAN – The Washington State soccer team made ample use of its six new banks of lights and state-of-the-art drainage system during its 3-0 season-opening win over visiting Texas Christian …

  • It takes time, but WSU opens with soccer win

    The Washington State soccer team made ample use of its six new banks of lights and state-of-the-art drainage system during its 3-0 season-opening win over visiting Texas Christian University on …

  • USC hires away WSU soccer coach Keidane McAlpine

    Washington State will “commence immediately” with a national search to replace women’s soccer coach Keidane McAlpine, Cougar athletic director Bill Moos said Tuesday.

  • Cougar women knocked out of NCAAs on penalty kicks

    PULLMAN – It dominated for long stretches, outshot Illinois nearly 3-to-1, had the would-be winning goal wiped away by offsides – and still, the Washington State women’s soccer team lost …

  • WSU opens NCAAs with Illinois in Pullman

    PULLMAN – There was never a doubt that the Washington State women’s soccer team would play in the NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Championship. While selection shows can be stressful …

  • WSU to host Illinois in NCAA soccer

    WSU (14-3-3, 7-3-1 Pac-12) will play host to Illinois (10-8-2, 5-5-1 Big Ten) on Saturday in the NCAA women’s soccer tournament, the Cougars’ first tournament game at home since 2000.

  • Cougars tab McAlpine as soccer coach

    Colleges: Keidane McAlpine has been named the Washington State women’s soccer coach, director of athletics Bill Moos announced on Friday. McAlpine, who was an assistant the past six seasons at …

  • Sunday Locals: Consistent Covington wins JBT event

    Consistency paid off for Jesse Covington in the Junior Bowlers Tour stop at North Bowl on Nov. 20. After finishing second behind Nik Gosselin in the first four-game block – …

  • Fenter leads WSU soccer into NCAAs

    Matt Potter believes if a soccer player is good enough, she’s old enough – no matter how young she might be. That’s why Washington State University’s ninth–year head coach had …

  • Cougs enter season among soccer’s elite

    Matt Potter has a solid perspective on the impact, or lack thereof, that preseason rankings have on a team’s actual performance. But at the same time, Washington State University’s seventh-year …

  • WSU women’s soccer team strong again

    A team-by-team look at the area’s soccer teams, leading off with the nationally ranked Washington State women’s team.

  • Pittman heads Cougs to win

    Tiara Pittman (Mt. Spokane) notched a goal in the 74th minute to earn Washington State its first victory of the season, 1-0 over the University of Utah at the Washington …

  • Terps drop WSU soccer

    Jasmyne Spencer scored in the first half to give No. 19 Maryland a 1-0 victory over No. 14 Washington State in the second round of the NCAA Division I women’s …

  • Roundup: Cougs edge BYU on Dobratz’s goal

    Senior Carly Dobratz scored her 14th career goal in the 68th minute Thursday to lift host Washington State to a 2-1 non-conference women’s soccer win over No. 18 Brigham Young …

  • Cougs cream of area crop

    Washington State University, coming off a 10-6-5 season that produced an at-large berth in the 2008 NCAA playoffs, again appears to be the bully of the area’s three Division I …



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