Much of your Washington State Cougars-watching attention might be paid to the Apple Cup today, but I’d recommend figuring out a dual-screen situation. WSU soccer looks to make history as it takes on South Carolina for a trip to the College Cup this afternoon at 3 pm PT.
The good news is that the soccer Cougs are streaming online, so you can easily have one game on the device and one game on the TV. Here’s all the relevant information for following the action, courtesy of WSU soccer’s official twitter account:
An opportunity of a lifetime is at hand. Game day in Columbia for the right to head to the College Cup.— Washington State Soccer (@WSUCougarSoccer) November 29, 2019
NCAA Tournament Round 3
| Fri., Nov. 29
| 3 pm PT
| https://t.co/QTe3sfuP3A#CougsVsEverybody | #GoCougs pic.twitter.com/MLgXSuWkeq
It’s been a remarkable run to this point for the Cougs. This Elite Eight trip is the deepest they have went into the NCAA tournament in program history, besting a Sweet 16 trip in 2017. Wazzu went on the road to be No. 1 seed Virginia in the second round, then blanked West Virginia in a 3-0 route to reach new heights.
This current run matches WSU volleyball’s journey to the Elite Eight in 2002. We are watching something special for the athletic program, and WSU can truly do something unprecedented today.