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Cougar Soccer in Hawai'i
Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Release: 09/15/2010
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Sept. 15, 2010

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THIS WEEK: Washington State travels West to Honolulu for a the Outriggers Hotels and Resorts Soccer Classic hosted by the University of Hawai'i...Cougars play host Hawai'i (2-5-0), Friday, Sept. 17 and Pepperdine (4-2-1), Saturday, Sept. 18...Waves are fifth-ranked in the West Region by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America...both matches are scheduled for 10 p.m. Pacific...Washington State is 1-2-0 on the road and 0-3-0 in matches played at a neutral site this season.

WEEKEND COVERAGE: Hawai'i does not have live stats for either match...check for match recaps.

WHERE IS THE MATCH?: For the fifth-straight weekend, Washington State will play in a different venue...fourth-different time zone the Cougars will play in this season...Washington State hosted their first-two matches and traveled to Gonzaga last weekend...played in College Station, Texas (Central Time Zone), Aug. 27/29...road matches at BYU, Sept. 3 and Weber State, Sept. 5 in the Mountain Time Zone.

PROGRAM SUCCESS: Washington State has advanced to the last two NCAA Championships, the first time in school history the Cougars have made back-to-back postseason appearances.

INJURED COUGARS: Washington State has had nine starters miss at least one match because of injury this season...overall, Cougars have missed 21 starts due to injury through eight matches...among returnees, only defenders Ali Fenter and Ashley Johnson have started every match...Fenter, a junior, has started every match in her career...Johnson, a senior, has started each match during the last three seasons...freshman Katie Turney has started each match as midfielder/forward in place of injured student-athletes.

SERIES WITH HAWAI'I: Washington State leads 2-0-0...Cougars won 2-0 in Albuquerque, Sept. 19, 1994 with Dana DePonzi and Tari Beck scoring in the first half...Kris Young made seven saves to earn the shutout...Washington State won 3-0 at home, Oct. 27, 1995 on the strength of second half goals by Jody Payne, Kimberly Schelpf and Beck...Jessica Glazer made four saves and earned the shutout.

SERIES WITH PEPPERDINE: The Waves lead 2-1-0...Pepperdine posted victories at home, Sept. 27, 2002 (2-0) and Sept. 14, 2008 (1-0)...Cougars knocked off 12th-ranked Waves 1-0, Sept. 17, 2004 on a goal by Megan Cuccini...Katie Hultin made four saves and earned the win, the first for Washington State Head Coach Matt Potter at home against a Top 25 team.

WASHINGTON STATE AWAY FROM HOME: In 2009, Washington State set a school record with eight road victories...over the last six seasons, Washington State is 23-21-6 (.520) in road matches.

COUGARS IN SEPTEMBER: Over the last seven seasons, Washington State is 27-14-6 (.638) in matches played during September...Cougars have won at least four matches in September each of those seasons...away from Pullman, Washington State has won 16 times, including eight road victories.

CASTAIN HAT TRICK: Freshman Micaela Castain recorded the 12th hat trick (third on the road) in Washington State history with three goals in the Cougars' 4-1 victory at Weber State, Sept. 5...fifth Cougar to register at least three goals in a match and the first since 2001.

BERLINGO AND CASTAIN NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED: Washington State senior goalkeeper Meghan Berlingo and freshman forward Micaela Castain both received a national ranking by this month...Berlingo was the top goalkeeper in the Pac-10 and the 10th-best keeper overall among upperclassmen...Castain was listed at No. 48 on the site's top 100 freshman watch list.

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