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HCA: Women’s soccer makes NCAA Tournament

The Cougars have now made the NCAA Tournament for the second time under Todd Shulenberger

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The Washington State women’s soccer team will make their 8th appearance in the last 10 years in the NCAA Women’s Soccer tournament this weekend. The Cougar women had their last regular season game last Friday with a draw against Washington. On Monday it was announced that they will be continuing their season this weekend against Central Florida (13-1-3) on Saturday.

Head coach Todd Shulenberger has now led the Cougars to their second NCAA Tournament since taking over the program in 2015. Reaching the tournament is not a new thing to the Cougars as they have been a familiar face since 2008. They have not been a familiar face beyond the first round however as they have only made it to the second round twice in that stretch.

The Cougars finished this season with a 9-7-3 record and went 4-6-1 in conference. Wins over #14 Nebraska, #24 Utah, and most recently #2 UCLA helped their case with the committee. They held tough in other games against ranked opponents as well, falling 2-1 to then ranked #2 Stanford and #6 USC and a draw to #19 Minnesota early in the season.

Washington State will head to Florida this weekend to take on the Knights on Saturday at 4:00 p.m. PST. With a win, the Cougars would face the winner of the Tennessee-Murray State game.


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