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Washington State’s historic and prideful run through the NCAA women’s soccer field finally ended Friday night, at the hands of a North Carolina team with more history, pride and pageantry than anyone in the sport.
Washington State had just lost its final regular-season women’s soccer game to Washington 1-0 when WSU assistant coach Jon Harvey came up to his star forward, senior Morgan Weaver from Curtis High School in University Place.
It’s been a fun, celebratory five days for the Cougars since they punched their ticket to college soccer’s Final Four, the deepest NCAA Tournament run in modern WSU athletics history.
When Washington State defender Mykiaa Minniss’ overtime kick zipped into South Carolina’s goal last week, it did more than send the Cougars to their first College Cup. It cemented a WSU athletic program’s deepest postseason run in modern history.
Deanne Rose scored a golden goal in the 104th minute to give Florida at 1-0 victory over Washington State in the third round of the NCAA playoffs on Sunday.
After 110 tough minutes in the semifinals, both Stanford and Clemson advanced after penalty kick shootouts to the national championship of the men’s College Cup on Sunday.