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No. 24 Washington State volleyball defeated Oregon State in four sets and the No. 15 WSU women’s soccer team played to a scoreless draw with Arizona State.
Makamae Gomera-Stevens scored 1 minute, 11 seconds into overtime and the 14th-ranked Washington State Cougars earned a 1-0 victory over the No. 20 California Golden Bears in Pac-12 Conference women’s soccer action on Sunday.
Elyse Bennett and Molly Myers scored second-half goals and No. 24 Washington State held off red-hot Pepperdine 2-1 on Sunday at the Rainbow Wahine Shootout.
Makamae Gomera-Stevens scored a goal just 21 seconds into the match and the 23rd-ranked Washington State Cougars (3-0) breezed to a 6-3 nonconference victory over the James Madison Dukes (1-2) on Sunday in Pullman.
Sophie Whittle defeated Marie Mateas of Duke 6-4, 5-7, 6-3 to win the main women’s singles draw at the ITA/Riviera All-American Championships on Sunday and become Gonzaga’s first-ever ITA national champion.
Washington State defeated Central Florida 1-0 and Eastern Washington lost 2-1 to USC in the opening-round of the Women’s College Cup on Saturday.
Return to NCAA soccer tournament means a lot for Washington State seniors.
Looking for a little respect, the Washington State and Eastern Washington soccer teams both found some during Monday’s bracket unveiling of the NCAA College Cup.
The Big Sky Conference postseason tournament will be held in the Inland Northwest.
The fun factor was pretty high Sunday at Washington State’s Lower Soccer Field.
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 two seasons as associate head coach at Texas Tech, has a chance to do the same.
She’s strong in the air, but Maegan O’Neill’s soccer success has come largely because she’s well-grounded. “Every day, Megan wants to be better,” said Kevin Moon, a coach with SSC Shadow who has worked with O’Neill since she was 11 years old.
Washington State University’s women’s soccer team has been here before – just a little more than two months ago, in fact. But coach Matt Potter’s team hasn’t done what its hopes to do Friday, when it takes on host and eighth- ranked Virginia at Klockner Stadium in Charlottesville, Va., in the second round of the NCAA tournament.