BOULDER – Colorado's women's soccer team put together perhaps its best performance of the spring season on Saturday against its best competition to date, topping former Big 12 rival Nebraska 1-0 at Prentup Field in the fourth of five exhibition games this spring.
Last updated at 12:20 PM PT on 12/5/2016
|Teams||PTS||Conference||Overall||Last Game||Next Game|
|Washington State||10||3-7-1||8-9-2||W2-0 WASH|
|Oregon State||9||3-8-0||8-10-2||W1-0 ORE|
|Arizona State||4||1-9-1||6-11-2||L0-1 ARIZ|
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- Arizona State soccer, and first year head coach Graham Winkworth, will be hosting camps all summer, with the first set of soccer camps scheduled to begin May 29th on the Arizona State campus.
- SEATTLE – In their fourth spring match of 2017, the Washington women's soccer team dropped a tight match with Seattle U 1-2 today at Husky Soccer Stadium.
- Graduating from Washington in 2001, Theresa Wagner, now Theresa Romagnolo, was a four-time All-Pac-10 selection during her career on Montlake. The midfielder was instrumental in the Dawgs capturing their first conference title in 2000, and helped Washington reach No. 1 in the national rankings for the first time in program history as well.
- SEATTLE – The spring season is in full swing for the Washington women's soccer team, and continues tomorrow with a tilt against crosstown rivals Seattle U at Husky Soccer Stadium at 7 p.m.