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  • Lawhorn signs letter of intent with Cougars

    PULLMAN – The addition of Washington State’s new point guard is official. Danny Lawhorn, a 5-foot-10 transfer from San Jacinto (Junior) College in Pasadena, Texas, signed a national letter of …


  • Blanchette: Back to the drawing board; will Bone be doing the drawing?

    LAS VEGAS – Ken Bone’s finest hour lasted a week. Normally, that sounds like real mileage. In college basketball, it’s running on empty.


  • Cougs claw back from 19 down, but Huskies prevail

    LAS VEGAS – Barely audible inside an already silent locker room, D.J. Shelton looked at the ground and tried to answer for Washington State’s 64-62 loss to Washington in the …


  • WSU wins again, plays UW in tournament

    PULLMAN – For once, they aren’t counting losses on the Palouse. Hand-wringing over coach Ken Bone’s future has stopped for the moment. And after what Washington State did here this …


  • Cougs’ home win over UCLA first since 1993

    PULLMAN – There were dunks at the end of the losing streaks, both of them toppling in the same instant after Washington State’s most improbable victory of the season. There …


  • Huskies extend Cougars’ losing streak to nine

    SEATTLE – It’s been more than a month now since Washington State won a basketball game. And after the Cougars welcomed March in the same manner in which they slogged …


  • Coming up: Washington State Cougars

    COMING UP: Sunday at Washington (Root), 12:30 p.m. OUTLOOK: Three chances remain for Washington State to avoid its worst conference record since the 2002-03 season, when the Cougars finished 2-16 …


  • Cougs try, try … lose again

    TUCSON, Ariz. – Even Ken Bone is tired of saying it at this point. But he must continue, because otherwise there isn’t much positive to glean from Washington State’s eight-game …


  • Cougars run cold against Sun Devils

    TEMPE, Ariz. – Win or lose, Washington State’s annual trip to the desert is at the very least a respite from the unforgiving cold of a Pullman winter, a chance …


  • Coming up: Washington State Cougars

    COMING UP: Saturday at Arizona (FSN), noon OUTLOOK: The Cougars need to win at least one of their four remaining games to avoid their worst conference record since 2005-06, and …


  • Woolridge scores 36 but Cougs lose in overtime

    PULLMAN – Familiarity reigned Saturday at Beasley Coliseum, site of everything you’d expect between Washington State and Oregon’s basketball teams. That it ended in wild fashion? Old hat for these …


  • Cougars miss Ladd in loss to Beavers

    PULLMAN – That it came down to the final possession was a testament to how badly Washington State wanted to win on Wednesday. How hard the Cougars played without Mike …


  • WSU drops sixth in seven games after tortuous first half

    LOS ANGELES – The collapse came in the first half this time. Washington State never sniffed a second-half lead, never tensed up down the stretch.


  • Arizona handles Cougars in Pullman, 79-65

    PULLMAN – Arizona senior forward Solomon Hill laughed and toyed with the Washington State crowd, smiling widely after each of his first five 3-pointers in the first half of Saturday’s …


  • Coming up: Washington State Cougars

    COMING UP: Tonight vs. Arizona State, 8 (Pac-12 Networks); Saturday vs. Arizona, 7 p.m. (Pac-12 Networks) OUTLOOK: The Cougars finally won a road game last week, beating Oregon State 71-68. …


  • Cougars clutch, top Oregon State

    CORVALLIS, Ore. – Royce Woolridge walked out of Gill Coliseum with a hefty bandage over his left eye, the result of a gash opened by Oregon State forward Eric Moreland …


  • No. 16 Oregon beats WSU

    EUGENE – You could see it first in the way Washington State missed its 3-pointers, all of the 11 the Cougars attempted in the second half. Many were short. You …


  • Coming up: Washington State Cougars

    RECORD: 10-9, 1-5 in Pac-12 COMING UP: Saturday at Oregon State, 2 p.m. (Pac-12 Networks)


  • UW women beat WSU for 36th straight time

    PULLMAN – The streak is so absurd at this point that it’s become nearly paradoxical. The mere event of the Washington women’s basketball team beating WSU can’t really be considered …


  • Colorado downs Washington State

    PULLMAN – There was a frustrating first half, then a flurry of offense and a brief lead, then an ultimate collapse leading to another loss. This is how it’s gone …


  • Cougars beat Utah for first Pac-12 win

    PULLMAN – On a night when its leading scorer was held without a basket in the first half, Washington State finally summoned the necessary effort to make sure it didn’t …


  • Coming up: Washington State Cougars

    COMING UP: Saturday vs. Colorado, 7 p.m. (Pac-12 Networks) OUTLOOK: WSU’s win over Utah on Wednesday featured something the Cougars have desperately needed: success shooting the ball from 3-point range. …


  • Cal hands WSU third straight loss

    BERKELEY, Calif. – Tired of their newfound reputation as a soft, passion-starved outfit, the California men’s basketball team held a players-only, “Come-to-Jesus” meeting following a bad loss to Washington on …


  • Cougars go cold, fall to Stanford

    STANFORD, Calif. – There were no last-minute heroics by the opponent this time, no “if only” scenarios for Washington State to replay as it boarded a charter flight back to …


  • Blanchette: Nobody had great night at Beasley

    PULLMAN – So that last 3-pointer: Did it get off in a time or not? Oh, sorry. That’s a call the officials didn’t have a chance to get wrong here …


  • Cougars disappointed in Pac-12 opener against Huskies

    PULLMAN – Brock Motum sat with his head down, his 6-foot-10 frame enveloping a small set of stairs inside Beasley Coliseum’s drab concourse, before taking questions by himself in the …


  • Cougars make short work of Idaho State

    KENNEWICK – This trip to the Tri-Cities felt very business-like for the Washington State men’s basketball team. Get in, win, get out. And get on with a stretch of games …


  • WSU women defeat Gonzaga at McCarthey

    Tia Presley takes her share of verbal shots when she plays against Northwest rivals. That’s fine with Presley, because she’s ready to give the shots right back.


  • WSU women shock No. 20 Ohio State 62-55

    PULLMAN – This kind of upset hadn’t happened here in more than a decade. But to hear coach June Daugherty tell it, some of the most important groundwork was laid …

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