On the heels of its second NCAA Tournament appearance in three seasons, the Washington State soccer program kept the momentum going this spring in preparation for a 2003 schedule that will be among th
8:00 a.m. Washington State - Gray vs. Whitehawks (Seattle University) 8:35 a.m. Portland State - Green vs. Henhouse (Pacific Lutheran) 9:10 a.m. Royals U19 - Blue vs. Sandpoint Striker U19 9:45 a.m. R
The Washington State soccer team continued its strong spring showing by sweeping a pair of matches April 12 at Rogers Field in Pullman. The Cougars defeated Gonzaga 3-1 and followed with a 1-0 shutou
After winning two of three matches at the Nike World Tournament in Beaverton, Ore., April 5-6, the Washington State soccer team will host the Second Annual Mom's Weekend Roundup Saturday in Pullman.
Seniors Shay Hobby, Kim Morgan, and Rachel Rodrick will co-captain the 2003 Washington State soccer team, Head Coach Dan Tobias announced Tuesday. The Cougars return nine starters and 21 letterwinner
The Washington State soccer team opened its 2003 spring schedule by overcoming an early one-goal deficit and defeating the Canadian Under-19 National Team Saturday. The Cougars got on the board in th
Former Washington State goalkeeper Lindsey Jorgensen will rejoin the program she helped lead to the 2000 NCAA Tournament, this time as a volunteer assistant, Head Coach Dan Tobias announced Thursday.
Washington State soccer coach Dan Tobias announced the signing of five student-athletes to national letters of intent Wednesday. Lindsay Eggen of Auburn, Wash., Angela Fajardo of San Mateo, Calif., J
Matt Potter, a veteran coach with the Sereno Soccer Club in Arizona and former player with the Watford Football Club in England, has joined the Washington State soccer staff, Head Coach Dan Tobias ann