Gonzaga begins NCAA basketball title quest

The Gonzaga Bulldogs, listed inside the top 15 in several preseason basketball polls, will hold their first practice today at the McCarthey Athletic Center. The Zags, coming off a 29-7 campaign that ended with a loss to Arizona in the NCAA tournament, return three starters: … Read more

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WSU basketball adds junior college guard

 
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It's been a long grind and I been at the game for so long but it's just…

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Robert Franks joins WSU 2015 recruiting class

Yesterday Scout.com's Josh Gershon reported that Robert Franks, a 6-foot-7 forward from Evergreen High in Vancouver has given…

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WSU basketball lands 6-8 wing

Derrien King, a six-foot-eight wing from Los Angeles, California has given a verbal commitment to coach Ernie Kent to play…

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When DaVonte Lacy leads all-stars follow

DaVonte Lacy of the Washington State men’s basketball team recently spent 10 days in China with an All-Star team of 13 Pac-12 players. Read more

Morning after links

Washington State overcame an early deficit to take a solid lead against Rutgers in Seattle yesterday, but was unable to…

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Kent lands first 2015 recruit

Ernie Kent has yet…

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Trevor Dunbar is headed to WSU

Braulio Perez is reporting that Trevor Dunbar out of St. Ignatius College Prep in San Francisco has committed to play…

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Tyler Johnson signs three-year contract with Tampa Bay Lightning

NHL: The Tampa Bay Lightning have signed center Tyler Johnson to a three-year contract. The team announced the news Friday in Tampa, Florida. Read more

DaVonte Lacy heads back to China

Washington State senior guard DaVonte Lacy has been chosen to participate as one of 13 Pac-12 men's basketball players…

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Pac-12 announces a new championship game site, also links

For the next three years the Pac-12 football championship game will be held at an ostensibly neutral site: Levi's…

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Washington State releases Tramaine Isabell from letter of intent

Just weeks after reaffirming his decision to enroll at Washington State, Tramaine Isabell has been released from his national letter of intent, according to Cougars coach Ernie Kent. It comes as a surprise that the Cougars would release the point guard, who was widely considered to be the jewel of their recruiting class, from the binding scholarship agreement. Read more

WSU volleyball faces penalty despite 2012-13 academic improvements

Not even good grades and perfect attendance were enough to get the Washington State volleyball team out of academic trouble. The NCAA released its Academic Progress Rates on Wednesday. Although the Cougars scored a perfect 1,000 for the 2012-13 season, they face a Level One penalty because of a bad year that still affects their four-year rolling average. Read more

WSU releases Tramaine Isabell

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Updated: How WSU fared in the APR report

Today, the NCAA released its Academic Progress Rates, a metric for calculating a team's academic performance. Teams are recognized…

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“Ny” Redding signs with WSU

Ernie Kent landed his third basketball recruit at Washington State on Tuesday, and the Cougars fourth in the class of…

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Jackie Davis signs with WSU

Men's basketball player Jackie Davis signed a national letter of intent with Washington State today, becoming WSU's 11th…

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