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September 10, 2011
Wazzu Snaps Virginia's Win Streak
The Washington State University soccer program went across the country and snapped the six-match win streak of Virginia with a 0-0 draw with the Cavaliers in Charlottesville. With the draw, Wazzu moves to 4-1-1 overall on the year.
Starting four true freshmen and a redshirt freshman in goal, Wazzu held off seventh-ranked Virginia - the nation's leading goal-scoring team [26 goals] - for 90 minutes and broke the Cavaliers' six-match win streak in the process. Wazzu, however, was unable to put together many scoring opportunities and only had two shots on goal for the entire match - both in the first half - from junior Brandi Vega and true freshman Beau Bremer.
Virginia outshot the Cougars, 19-4, for the match.
Wazzu played only 14 athletes in the match - making only three substitutions in the entire match.
Washington State University will continue their 2011 season with a match against Central Florida at 8AM on Sunday, September 11 in Charlottesville
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