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Rookie Morgan Weaver scored in the 68th minute to send the Portland Thorns into the semifinals of the National Women's Soccer League's Challenge Cup with a surprising 1-0 upset victory over the two-time defending league champion North Carolina Courage on Friday.
Washington State’s NCAA Women’s Final Four soccer program has reloaded. It’s coaching staff.
Weaver helped the Cougars reach the NCAA College Cup for the first time in program history last year. She had a goal in WSU’s 2-1 semifinal loss to North Carolina.
Washington State’s ascent to the throne room in women’s soccer has brought a crowning honor to the Cougars.
Washington State women’s soccer coach Todd Shulenberger has been extended through the 2025 season, director of athletics Pat Chun announced Thursday.
The daughter of former NBA superstar Dennis Rodman and the sister of Washington State men’s basketball forward D.J. Rodman, a freshman for the Cougars, Trinity Rodman joins Todd Shulenberger’s program less than a month after it made the school’s first appearance in the College Cup, losing 2-1 to UNC.
Morgan Weaver and Makamae Gomera-Stevens, forwards who combined to score 20 goals for the Cougars this season, were called up as fill-ins after two other players, forward Madison Haley and defender Naomi Girma, were injured while playing for Stanford last weekend in the College Cup. The Cardinal beat UNC in penalty kicks to win the national championship Sunday.
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.
WSU (16-6-1) will face top-seeded North Carolina (23-1-1) on Friday in San Jose, California, for a berth to the national title game. Pac-12 rivals Stanford and UCLA meet in the other semifinal.
Washington State women’s soccer coach Todd Shulenberger’s message was clear leading up to the Cougars’ NCAA Tournament quarterfinal matchup against South Carolina.
Twenty-three of Washington State’s 31 seasons have resulted in a winning record.
This was WSU’s first win over Virginia in three tries. The last meeting came in the second round of the 2011 NCAA Tournament with the Cavaliers winning 3-0.
Averie Collins doesn’t wear her national championship ring, but few would blame the Bozeman product if she did.
Washington State learned Monday that it punched its ticket to its eighth NCAA Women’s Soccer Tournament in nine years.
Tara McKeown scored two goals and Samantha Bruder added two assists in No. 7 USC’s 3-0 victory over Washington State in a Pac-12 Conference women’s soccer game at McAlister Field on Thursday.
There was a time – an admittedly young, stubborn time – when Morgan Weaver was reluctant to visit the campus of Washington State.
Kelcey Cavarra’s goal in the 81st minute lifted 25th-ranked Arizona to a 1-0 victory over No. 15 Washington State in a Pac-12 Conference women’s soccer game at WSU’s Lower Soccer Field on Thursday night.