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Lacy First-Team All-Conference; Hawkinson Most Improved Player

The Pac-12 announced its All-Conference teams and awards on Monday morning and two Washington State players were recognized. Read more

Looking back at Colorado

The clocks may spring forward today but we turn back to Washington State’s win over Colorado. Read more

Final stats: WSU 96, Colorado 91

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Video: Ernie Kent after Colorado

ERNIE KENT I thought it was an outstanding college basketball game, I really did. What Utah and Colorado did to us the first time around, I think it shows a tremendous growth in this program because we’ve played everybody tough. We’ve won or we’ve been… Read more

Video: DaVonté Lacy, Ike Iroegbu and Josh Hawkinson after Colorado

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WSU to face Cal in Pac-12 tournament

Washington State earned a 9-seed in next week’s Pac-12 tournament and a noon matchup on Wednesday against 8-seeded California. Read more

Hobbled Cougars fall to No. 9 Arizona State in Presley’s final game

SEATTLE – Fighting off injuries to its star guards, Washington State couldn’t match No. 9 Arizona State’s shooting in the second half and the Sun Devils pulled away for a 67-48 win Friday in a Pac-12 tournament quarterfinal at Seattle’s KeyArena. In her final game as a Cougar, senior guard Tia Presley (Gonzaga Prep) had a career-best seven steals and led all scorers with 16 points even after she missed more than three minutes with an injured ankle. Read more

Looking back at the Utah game

In the end Washington State couldn’t spring the upset over No. 13 Utah, falling late in the game, similar to last week’s loss at UCLA. Read more

Video: Ernie Kent after Utah

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Final Stats: WSU vs. Utah

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Video: DaVonté Lacy after practice

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Video: Dexter Kernich-Drew after practice

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Ernie Kent Q&A: underclassmen taking the reins

Washington State’s seniors have at least three more games to play but the torch passing has already begun, according to Ernie Kent. Read more

Cougs can’t finish what they start at Pauley

LOS ANGELES – As the expectation of defeat gives way to the hope of victory, Washington State’s basketball players are experiencing a new kind of postgame pain: The kind that comes not from losing in a place the Cougars virtually never win, but from feeling like they should have. The UCLA Bruins powered their way to a 72-67 victory over the Cougars and the 9,082 fans at Pauley Pavilion got the result they had every right to expect against an opponent that has come into their house and won only twice in 57 attempts. Read more

Final stats from WSU at UCLA

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Cougs headed to Bruins’ den

LOS ANGELES – The final road game for Washington State this season comes against an opponent the Cougars typically go decades at a time without beating away from home. And, having beaten UCLA in Los Angeles in 2009 when Taylor Rochestie scored 33 points, WSU isn’t due for a win in Pauley Pavilion until at least the next generation of Bushes and Clintons are vying for the White House. The Bruins lead the all-time series with WSU 102-16 and are 54-2 at home against the Cougars. But WSU (12-15, 6-9 Pac-12) has won the last two matchups between the schools – both in Pullman – and has been uncommonly good on the road, winning three Pac-12 road games for the first time since the 2010-11 season. Read more

Looking back at USC

What do you call a game that sees five first-half free throws and 43 after halftime? Read more

Video: Ernie Kent after USC

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Video: DaVonté Lacy and Junior Longrus after USC

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Video: Dexter Kernich-Drew after USC

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