J America NCAA Washington State Cougars Front Row Cowl Neck Fleece

$50.00

100% Other Fibers Imported Cowl neckline Yoke seam and drop shoulder White draw cords 1×1 rib trims
Brand: J. America
Style: Sweatshirt
Department: Women
Size: XL

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NCAA Washington State Cougars Front Row Cowl Neck Fleece

J America NCAA Washington State Cougars Front Row Cowl Neck Fleece,

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J America NCAA Women’s School Spirit Cowl Neck Fleece Sweatshirt
by J America

Product description

Tired of basic boring hoodies? Then you will love this awesome cowl neck fleece. It offers the warmth of a hoodie without the hood! Acute cowl neck offers a trendy way to dress up your standard fleece fabric and the team color graphics add the perfect pop.

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews
    Team Name: Washington State Cougars
    Size: X-Large
  • Style: Sweatshirt
    Fit: As expected (73%)
    Color: Light Heather
    100% Other Fibers
    Imported
    Cowl neckline
    Yoke seam and drop shoulder
    White drawcords

 

The Washington State Cougars are the athletic teams that represent Washington State University. Located in Pullman, Washington, WSU is a member of the Pac-12 Conference in NCAA Division I. The athletic program comprises ten women’s sports and six men’s intercollegiate sports, and also offers various

WSU formerly had varsity programs in boxingwrestlinggymnastics, and rifle. In 1937, boxers Roy Petragallo and Ed McKinnon won individual titles and the Cougar team, under coach Ike Deeter (1902-2003),[2] won the NCAA boxing championship,[3] WSU’s first national championship.[4] (The Inland Northwest was a hotbed of the sport as Idaho and Gonzaga also had top programs and won national titles.)[4] Collegiate boxing fell from favor in the 1950s and the Cougar program was dropped 59 years ago in May 1960;[5][6] the NCAA stopped its sponsorship less than a year later.[7]

The WSU wrestling program was discontinued 33 years ago, after the 1986 season,[8] and women’s gymnastics the following year.[9][10] Men’s gymnastics was cut earlier, after the 1980 season,[11] rifle in 1987,[10] and men’s tennis in 1994.[12][13] Other former programs include men’s swimming[14] and skiing.[15]

The men’s track and field team won the NCAA indoor national championship in 1977

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