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Women’s soccer goes scoreless against Minnesota

Women’s soccer goes scoreless against Minnesota

RYAN BLAKE, Evergreen reporter
August 19, 2017
Filed under Showcase, Sports, Womens

The WSU women’s soccer team opened their season with a scoreless double overtime draw against No. 19 Minnesota Friday night in Pullman.  "Obviously, you want to get the win, but that's a very good side over there,” WSU Head Coach Todd Shulenberger said. “Getting a tie against a nationally-...

Women’s soccer team embraces young, new look

Women’s soccer team embraces young, new look

JACOB MOORE, Evergreen sports editor
August 18, 2017
Filed under Showcase, Sports, Womens

Women’s soccer kicks off its season at home with alumni night at 7 p.m. Friday against No. 19 Minnesota. Former players will be welcomed back and honored in a pre-game ceremony. In a rebuilding year for both the team and the field, fans should expect an all-around fresh look. Head Coach Todd...

Lower Soccer Field undergoing significant changes

Lower Soccer Field undergoing significant changes

JACOB MOORE, Evergreen sports editor
August 17, 2017
Filed under Sports, Womens

Students returning to WSU this fall will notice that the Lower Soccer Field is flaunting a new look. Construction crews were unable to answer questions about the renovations, but Senior Associate Director of Athletics John Johnson said in late July that the project was originally scheduled to be substantially...

Women’s volleyball prepares for intense summer training

JESSE WOODHEAD | Evergreen reporter
May 5, 2017
Filed under Sports, Womens

As most Cougs prepare for summer vacation and look forward to sleeping in every day, the WSU volleyball team is prepping for its summer training. This includes 6:45 a.m. start times and almost two hours of sprints, stairs and weightlifting.After finishing spring training, the volleyball players will get...

Weaver looking to lift WSU to NCAA Tournament berth

Weaver looking to lift WSU to NCAA Tournament berth

KALEB SEMLER | Evergreen reporter
April 24, 2017
Filed under Sports, Womens

Early in WSU sophomore forward Morgan Weaver’s high school years, it was clear that she was going to be a Cougar.Despite drawing interest from the University of Washington as a freshman in high school, Weaver visited WSU and never looked back. As a promising high school soccer talent, she committe...

WSU sets new highs in Southern California meets

WSU sets new highs in Southern California meets

From staff reports
April 17, 2017
Filed under Mens, Sports, Womens

Members of the WSU men’s and women’s track and field teams broke lifetime bests and obtained personal records in three separate meets over the weekend.The Cougars ditched Pullman’s mild spring weather for Southern California sunshine, as athletes competed in the 59th Annual Mt. SAC Relays in Torr...

Woodford to compete for USA Volleyball

KALEB SEMLER | Evergreen reporter
April 13, 2017
Filed under Sports, Womens

For the second time, USA Volleyball has selected WSU junior outside hitter McKenna Woodford to compete on one of its summer teams.USA Volleyball announced on April 3 that Woodford is one of 12 players who will play for the U.S. Women’s Collegiate National Volleyball Team (CNT) from May 19-30 in Tha...

WSU rowing sweeps Oregon State University

GABRIEL BRAVO | Evergreen reporter
April 10, 2017
Filed under Sports, Womens

The No. 15 WSU women’s rowing team returned from Lowell, Oregon, with the Winchell Cup after sweeping Oregon State University while the varsity eight won the Crawford Perpetual Plate for the third year in a row.“The afternoon provided a timely opportunity to improve specific parts of the morning races, and I th...

No. 15 WSU takes third in two races in San Diego

From staff reports
April 3, 2017
Filed under Sports, Womens

The second varsity eight and open eight boats claimed third-place finishes for the No. 15 WSU Women’s rowing team at the San Diego Crew Classic.The two-day event at Mission Bay was accompanied with three other ranked teams in addition to the Cougars, 65-plus degree weather and a competitive atmosphe...

A mindset changer

A mindset changer

JACOB MOORE | Evergreen columnist
March 31, 2017
Filed under Columns, Sports, Womens

Regardless of the 16-20 overall record, the WSU women’s basketball team displayed confidence, focus and resilience in its run to the WNIT semifinals.The Cougars may have lost to Georgia Tech after surrendering an 11-point third quarter lead in Atlanta, but WSU showed there is a lot to be excited about wit...

Pullman is a home away from home for WSU volleyball

Pullman is a home away from home for WSU volleyball

JESSE WOODHEAD | Evergreen reporter
March 30, 2017
Filed under Sports, Womens

WSU, home to almost 30,000 students, is known for its place in Pac-12 sports and its family oriented campus. Cougar pride has been spread throughout the world, stemming from the small town of Pullman, Washington – a place that most of us had never even heard of before turning in our college applica...

WSU’s postseason run comes to an end

WSU’s postseason run comes to an end

TYLER SHUEY | Evergreen reporter
March 29, 2017
Filed under Sports, Womens

The WSU women’s basketball team’s fairytale ride to the WNIT semifinals ended on Wednesday night as the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets surged past the Cougars in the fourth quarter 69-61 to secure a spot in the championship game.“It’s been a hell of a journey,” WSU Head Coach June Daugherty sa...