PULLMAN, Wash. Coming off a road trip full of new personal best times, Washington State will travel to Wyoming to take on the Cowgirls of University of Wyoming and the Rams of Colorado State University in a three-team dual Friday and Saturday
The Cougars will make their seasonal trip to Houston, Texas to compete in the Houston Invite Nov. 21-23.
ABOUT THE OPPONENT
Wyoming and WSU have met four times in season history with Washington State leading the series 3-1 after Wyoming beat the Cougars last season. Meeting for the third time the Cougars will take on the Rams, with the last meeting of the two schools dating back to the 1993-94 season with CSU leading the series 2-0.
LAST TIME IN THE POOL
The Cougars came out flying when they were down in California to take on Pac-12 rivals No. 7 Stanford and No. 2 Cal, with nine swimmers total posting personal best times in multiple events over the span of two days. In the dual meet against Stanford freshman Michee Van Rooyen and senior Ryan Falk both claimed new personal best times in the 1000 free and the 500 free. Coming back the next day against Cal, Falk beat her time in the 1000 free from the day before. In the same meet against Cal Paige Gardner and Emily Barrier each got new personal best times in their individual events.