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Washington State Actually Has A Winning Team... I Promise

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a fan of a winning team? Well look no further! You already are a fan of a winning team and you didn't even know it!

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Everyone knows what happened Saturday and nobody is happy with it. So I decided to give you something to make your Tuesday just a little bit better. A WINNING TEAM!

I present to you your 2015 Washington State Volleyball and soccer team.

The women's soccer team is 4-0 and has outscored opponents 9-3 over that stretch. Last week the Cougar women defeated Montana in a 1-0 match in overtime. They take on Oklahoma State on Friday at 7 pm in Pullman.

The Volleyball team lost their first match to Radford (VA)  but since then has gone on a tear as they have defeated the last 5 opponents they have faced and not dropped a set. After sweeping at the Moscow Invitational the Cougars will play their first games in Pullman this weekend as they take on Morehead State, Ball State, and Utah Valley at Bohler Gym for the Cougar Challenge. The Cougars have a big chance to go 8-1 heading into the Texas Tech Lone Star Showdown September 18-19, their last matches before starting conference play.

Now only if we could get the Football team to duplicate their success...


Cougars failed in basic areas against Portland State - - Sept. 7, 2015
According to Cougars coach Mike Leach and selected plays, the 24-17 loss was the result of various information conduits failing, repeatedly.

Washington State's Buck Stops with Mike Leach - Today's U
Washington State stops with him perhaps even earlier than anticipated.Saturday's 24-17 loss to Portland State -- Wazzu's first defeat against a Big Sky...

WSU out to prove they're better than PSU upset suggests
Mike Leach said Monday of every football activity they had in the last year, Saturday's loss to PSU was the worst.

Mike Leach Monday press conference | The Spokesman-Review
I think some of the new guys had a slight amount of stage fright, and then I think some of the older guys wanted to make too much happen, they wanted to be really good, really fast.

Cougars Head To East Coast For Saturday Matchup With Rutgers - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Washington State faces Rutgers Saturday at 12:30 p.m. (PT) on ESPNU.

Scouting the Huskies’, Cougars’ next opponents | Bellingham Herald
A first look at Washington and Washington State’s opponents this week.

Looking ahead to Rutgers - Moscow-Pullman Daily News: Blogs
Rutgers solved its quarterback controversy for the time being on Monday by naming Chris Laviano as its starter. Laviano only threw four passes Saturday against Norfolk State, but three of them were touchdowns. Not a bad stat line.

Morning links: Cougars, Falk return to practice field | The Spokesman-Review
The Cougars have a short week of practice coming up, because they travel to New Jersey on Thursday. On Sunday, they returned to the practice field.

Leach Press Conference Sept. 7 - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Mike Leach Press Conference Monday September 7.

Taliulu Press Conference Sept. 7 - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Taliulu Press Conference Sept. 7

Madison Press Conference Sept. 7 - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Madison Press Conference Sept. 7


Cougar Challenge Volleyball Tourney This Weekend - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
The Washington State University volleyball team (5-1 ) plays at home for the first time this season, hosting the four-team Cougar Challenge tournament Friday and Saturday, Sept. 11-12 in Bohler Gym.