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Cougars Visit Oregon State Thursday Night

Cougars Visit Oregon State Thursday Night

WASHINGTON ST. (9-5-2, 2-4-2) at OREGON ST. (3-8-5, 0-6-2)
Thursday, Oct. 26 // 7 p.m. PT // Corvallis, Ore. // Lorenz Field
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    I.    Washington State concludes the regular season on the road, traveling to Corvallis to face Oregon State, Thursday, Oct. 26 at 7 p.m. from Lorenz Field

    II.    Last time out, the Cougars celebrated their seniors, Sunday, Oct. 22 with a late-equalizer from Reagan Kotschau against Utah for a 1-1 draw in the final home match of the season

    III.     Margie Detrizio headlines the Cougars’ attack, with a team-high seven goals scored, team-high four assists, most recently scoring the game-winner over CU, and a team-high 58 shots (23 SOG)

    IV.    Detrizio has rocketed into the WSU record book with 25 career goals (7th), 15 career assists (t-7th), and 65 total career points (6th)

    V.    WSU holds an all-time 19-10-3 record against Oregon State, and have won five straight against the Beavers

    VI.    Last season, the Cougars visited Corvallis in September, snagging a 1-0 win over the Beavers with a 71st minute goal from fifth-year senior Sydney Studer

    VII.    Head Coach Todd Shulenberger returned for his ninth season at the helm of the Cougar program, holding the school’s all-time wins record (98) and two victories shy of 100 wins with a .627 winning percentage

    VIII.    WSU has rallied for a win or tie three times after trailing at halftime and three times the Cougs won after conceding the opening goal

    IX.    The Cougars suffered 21 fouls in Berkeley from the Golden Bears, the most fouls committed against Wazzu in a single match since Oct. 26, 2012 when Oregon State fouled WSU 20 times

    X.    With her start against Utah, Bridget Rieken made her 85th career appearance (t-6th in school history) and 82nd career start (6th)

    XI.    Next up, the Cougars travel up the road to face the Oregon Ducks, Sunday, Oct. 29, at 1 p.m. in Eugene


Washington State travels to Corvallis, Oregon for a third-straight season to face the Oregon State Beavers, Thursday, Oct. 26 at Paul Lorenz Field. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. with coverage on Pac-12 Oregon. The Cougars are looking to extend a five-match winning…

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