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WSU Women's Soccer improves to 2-0

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The Washington State Cougar Women's Soccer team improved to 2-0 after a 3-1 victory over the Idaho Vandals in front of third largest home-crowd in WSU history.

With classes starting Monday in Pullman the Cougar Women's soccer team looked to start the school year off with a win against a rival and to continue their early success. And they did so with a 3-1 victory in front of 1,232 people, the third largest crowd in WSU history.

First year coach Todd Shulenberger looked to continue his winning ways on Sunday against the Idaho Vandals but the game had to be postponed until Monday evening due to air quality.

The Cougars struck early and never looked back after a own-goal header that found the back of the net after just 9 minutes of play. Kailiana Johnson crossed the ball which was then deflected off an Idaho player and into the net to give the Cougs a 1-0 lead over the Vandals. Kaitlyn Johnson wanted to get in on the scoring and she put one in at the 28 minute mark off an assist from Kelsee Crenshaw. Less than 5 minutes later the Cougars found the back of the net again when Beau Bremer scored off a Tia Gavin assist to make it 3-0.

Idaho tried to make it a game when they scored on a header with just under 10 minutes left in the first half. Nothing more came from either side of the pitch and the Cougars walked off the Lower Soccer field in Pullman with a 3-1 victory making them 2-0 on the season.

The Women's soccer team started their season last Friday with a win against the Seattle University Redhawks in a 3-1 match.

Shulenberger and company will look to move to 3-0 when they head to Boise to take on the Broncos on Sunday 8/30 at noon.

Football:

Pullman air quality could continue to impact Cougars | The Spokesman-Review
The Washington State Cougars practiced indoors on Sunday because of smoke caused by nearby fires. It might not be the last time.

Depth on defensive line gives Cougars plenty of options - Spokesman.com - Aug. 24, 2015
The varying strengths of Washington State’s defensive linemen mean that assistant coach Joe Salave’a can turn each defensive series into a game of chess.

Soccer:

Soccer Beats Idaho in Home Opener - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
The Cougars defeated Idaho, 3-1, in front of 1,232 fans at Lower Soccer Field, Monday night.

Rowing:

WSU Rowing to Hold Information Meetings This Week - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
All women interested in joining the Cougar rowing program can come to one of two meetings Aug. 25 and 26.

Volleyball:

Volleyball Opens Season in Virginia - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
WSU volleyball travels to the Radford Highlander Invitational tournament this weekend in Virginia.

Other News:

Washington State University trying to stop hacking attempt | Walla Walla Union-Bulletin
Washington State University administrators say they are trying to stop a sophisticated hacking attempt they discovered more than a month ago.

Elson Floyd:

WSU hosts Elson Floyd memorial Wednesday
Washington State University officials are hosting a celebration of life service for their late president, Elson Floyd on Wednesday.