The STATE of Soccer in WASHINGTON
College soccer was a wet windy mess on Saturday as the state of Washington hosted over 20 local matches. See the results and links to recaps below.
The Zags finished non-conference play with another win. The Redhawks continue to struggle. (photos)
The Pirates fell to the undefeated Cats in Spokane. (photos)
The Pirates got their second conference win in wild conditions in Spokane.
The Missionaries fell despite out-shooting Pacific 19-8.
The Missionary Men played their first home match of the season and won in wet, windy Walla Walla.
Lauren Duty scored in overtime to lift the Wildcats.
Soaking, windy weather in Lacey saw the Saints drop their first conference match after three wins.
Freshman Hannah Huesers scored twice to lead the Falcons.
Three goals in the first half were enough for the Falcons.
The 6th-ranked Lutes went scoreless in the storm in Parkland.
The Loggers sloshed to another conference win to remain unbeaten in NWC play.
The Loggers dominated but remain in a funk after firing off 51 shots.
The #2-ranked Vikings earned their sixth shutout of the young season.
The Vikings are now 3-0-1 in GNAC play.
The Eagles scored a big win in Oregon.
It was a scoreless overtime draw for the Geoducks in Oregon.