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Soccer in Seattle for Apple Cup Clash

Soccer in Seattle for Apple Cup Clash

WASHINGTON ST. (9-5-4, 2-4-4) at WASHINGTON (8-5-5, 3-4-3)
Friday, Nov. 3 // 7 p.m. PT // Seattle, Wash. // Husky Soccer Stadium
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    I.    Washington State concludes its regular season in Seattle, facing Washington in the Boeing Apple Cup Series, Friday, Nov. 3 from Husky Soccer Stadium with kickoff set for 7 p.m. PT

    II.    Last time out, the Cougars tallied their third-straight tie and fifth-straight unbeaten match in a 2-2 draw at Oregon thanks to a pair of first-half goals from Peyton Price and Margie Detrizio

    III.     Peyton Price had a career day against the Ducks, making her first career start, while netting her first career goal and assist

    IV.    Margie Detrizio headlines the Cougars’ attack, with a team-high eight goals scored, team-high five assists, most recently netting the go-ahead goal at Oregon, and a team-high 68 shots (29 SOG)

    V.    Detrizio has rocketed into the WSU record book with 26 career goals (t-6th), 16 career assists (t-5th), and 68 total career points (6th)

    VI.    WSU holds an all-time 15-9-8 record against Washington, with each side winning on the road in the last two meetings

    VII.    Last season, Washington traveled to Pullman for a postponed 3-2 win at WSU, its first this millennium (since 1993), avenging a 4-2 defeat by the Cougs the previous season in Seattle

    VIII.    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 .626 winning percentage

    IX.    WSU has rallied for a win or tie six times this season after conceding the opening goal, most recently at Oregon, Oct. 29

    X.    With her start at Oregon State, Bridget Rieken made her 86th career appearance (t-4th in school history) and 83rd career start (t-5th)

    XI.    Next up, the regular season concludes as WSU awaits the NCAA Tournament committee announcement of at-large bids


Washington State travels to Seattle to battle the Washington Huskies in the annual Boeing Apple Cup Series, Friday, Nov. 3 at 7 p.m. at Husky Stadium with coverage on Pac-12 Washington. The Cougars and…

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