Women’s World Football Show, Episode 161 features an exclusive interview with Washington State defender Mykiaa Minniss; with sound bites from Washington State’s Morgan Weaver and Todd Schulenberger; UCLA’s Kaiya McCullough and Amanda Cromwell; UNC’s Alessia Russo; and Stanford University’s Sophia Smith, Naomi Girma and Sam Hiatt.
It’s the last episode of 2019! Instead of looking back, we’re looking forward to the next generation of women soccer stars. The 2019 NCAA Div 1 Women’s College Cup just wrapped up with Stanford winning their third national title, so a perfect time to spotlight women’s soccer Futures!
The hero of the 2019 NCAA Div 1 women’s soccer quarterfinals, Washington State Sophomore defender Mykiaa Minniss scored the winning goal sending the Cougars to the College Cup for the first time in the history of the school. We talk with Mykiaa about her growing-up days in Colorado, her collegiate career, the future, and more!!
Establishing herself as a leader on and off the pitch, Mykiaa looks into the future of Cougars soccer program and how she’s looking forward to the next two years. (11′)
Follow Mykiaa on Twitter at @Mykiaa_523
Follow Washington State Cougars on Twitter @WSUCougarSoccer
Below is the lineup with an approximate time where they show up in the show. Enjoy!
Morgan Weaver – 34’
Todd Schulenberger – 36’
Kaiya McCullough– 37’
Amanda Cromwell – 38’
Alessia Russo – 45’
Sophia Smith – 45’
Sam Hiatt & Naomi Girma – 51’
Contributions to this episode provided by: NCAA.com
Photo Courtesy of: Washington State Cougars
Original Broadcast Date: December 23, 2019
Women’s World Football Show is hosted, written, edited & produced by Patty La Bella
Additional assistance for this episode by Mykiaa Minniss, Ben Laskey, J.D. Hamilton
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