This Week In Cougar Athletics History
Oct. 29, 1988
The Cougars stormed back from a 27-6 third quarter deficit to shock No. 1 UCLA, 34-30, at Pasadena. Sparked by an 81-yard touchdown pass from Timm Rosenbach to Tim Stallworth, WSU scored 21 third quarter points to erase its deficit. The defense thwarted two UCLA scoring threats in the game’s final three minutes to preserve the victory. Rosenbach completed 16 of 25 attempts for 272 yards and two touchdowns. The win marked the Cougars’ first victory at Los Angeles since 1958.
Nov. 1, 1930
The Cougars defeated Oregon State 14-7 to improve their record to 6-0. WSU captured the Pacific Coast Conference Championship with a 9-0 record earning a trip to the Rose Bowl. The 1930 team featured All-Americans Mel Hein, Glenn “Turk” Edwards, Elmer Schwartz, and Harold Ahlskog.
Nov. 3, 2000
WSU defeated Washington 1-0 in two overtimes to propel the Cougars to their second NCAA bid in school history. The Cougars were the only Pac-10 team to defeat the Huskies during the season. Freshman Kim Morgan knocked in the game-winner in the 112th minute of play off a cross from Liz Duncan.
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