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By Scott Nulph
WyoSports 

Cowgirls healthy, talented as 2017 begins

UW soccer believes it can compete with the best this season

 

August 22, 2017

COURTESY/ SHANNON BRODERICK/ Boomerang photographer

Summer Halle (3), kicks the ball as several other players fight for possession during a August 26, 2016, match against Montana.

LARAMIE – The University of Wyoming soccer program is getting tired of a couple of things. Getting injured and getting knocked out of the Mountain West Championship on the first day are at the top of that list.

The Cowgirls are hoping luck will be on their side with the first one and believe they have the talent to rectify the second.

Wyoming begins the regular season at 5 p.m. today at Baylor.

“The mentality is we’re all going for it this year,” Cowgirls senior goaltender Georgia Rowntree said. “We all feel like we’ve done ourselves a bit of an injustice the last couple of year...



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