After opening the season 1-1-0 last weekend at home, the Washington State soccer team makes its first road trip of the season. The Cougars will travel to College Station, Texas for the Aggieland Invitational, Aug. 27 and 29.
Last weekend, Washington State lost 1-0 to No. 6 Florida State and blanked Utah 1-0 during the WSU Invitational presented by Nike. The Cougars' home matches drew a combined 1,583 fans, the largest attendance in school history for a WSU home weekend.
See Cougars on the all-tournament team and more after the jump.
Three Cougars made the all-tournament team at the WSU Invitational presented by Nike. Receiving the honor were junior forward Tiara Pittman, sophomore defender Mariah Cameron and freshman forward Micaela Castain. Pittman scored the game-winner against Utah.
Freshman goalkeeper Gurveen Clair left today to be the Canadian National Team. She will be updating Cougar fans about her experience so be sure to check back here for information.
Washington State is ranked in two of the three national polls again this week. The Cougars are No. 21 in the Soccer Times poll and No. 24 according to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.
After facing Long Beach State at 3 p.m. Pacific, Friday, the Cougars will play tournament host Texas A&M, Sunday at 11:30 a.m. Pacific. The Aggies are No. 9 in the Soccer America poll, No. 10 in the Soccer Times poll and No. 11 in the NSCAA rankings.