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Cougars hope to cement Top 25 ranking
March 12th, 2010 5:06AM

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[WASHNGTON STATE WOMEN] Washington State coach Matt Potter signed eight players who he believes can help the Cougars return to the NCAA Tournament for a third straight year.

The signees include forward Micaela Castain (Castro Valley, Calif.), midfielder Morgan Castain (Castro Valley, Calif.), goalkeeper Gurveen Clair (Surrey, British Columbia), defender Amanda Heins (San Ramon, Calif.), midfielder Eileen Maes (Oakland, Calif.), forward Danielle Parker (Alta Loma, Calif.), forward Roslyn Pontius (Hillsborough, Calif.) and forward Katie Turney (Surrey, British Columbia).

“This class has great athleticism and had addressed areas of our team that will not only provide us depth and competition at a variety of positions," said Potter, "but will also give us options that cement our team and program as a top 25 team."

In addition, defender Lindsay Stoll (Seattle), forward Kerry Moller (Moscow, Idaho) and defender Delaney Zalud (Spokane, Wash.) have each been invited to the program as a walk-on.



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