Good morning, Coug fans. While much of the country focuses on the Sweet 16 today, we have more important things on the docket. I’m talking, of course, about the soccer team’s announcement this week that it landed a top transfer target in Enzi Broussard of West Virginia.
Broussard will have two years of eligibility left and brings WSU’s latest recruiting class to nine players. Seems like a lot! Broussard was on the West Virginia squad that lost to WSU in the NCAA Tournament in 2019. Broussard was a four-star recruit (they apparently have those rankings in soccer), and was on the U-17 USWNT.
It’s not exactly breaking news that soccer has been one of WSU’s more dominant teams in recent years, and the addition of Broussard is more good news for the program.
This is a big time transfer addition. Broussard ranked pretty highly on my previous Big Board.— Chris Henderson (@chris_awk) March 24, 2021
Would be surprised if this isn't a Top 10 transfer signing for the Fall. https://t.co/SjiQTax2n5
The recruiting pitch seems pretty straightforward now: Three Cougs were taken in the most recent NWSL Draft, and two were taken last year, including Morgan Weaver going second overall.
The soccer team is in Boulder today to take on Colorado.
Final from Phoenix pic.twitter.com/ijJynsctSI— Washington State Baseball (@wsucougarbsb) March 27, 2021
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