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  • Miners put Cougs in early hole to win on road

    PULLMAN – The Washington State men’s basketball team came out flat and just couldn’t make enough second-half shots to matter as it lost 64-51 at home against Texas-El Paso on …


  • Cougars drive to win over Waves

    PULLMAN – With a metaphorical lid on the basket preventing almost any shot from a distance of more than 10 feet from scoring, the Cougars kept it close in their …


  • Cougar basketball practices to stay sharp during relative lull

    Washington State’s basketball team will have high stakes in practice this week. More so than usual, the Cougars will focus on situational drills involving time and score, and there will …


  • Cougar basketball practices to stay sharp during relative lull

    Washington State’s basketball team will have high stakes in practice this week. More so than usual, the Cougars will focus on situational drills involving time and score, and there will …


  • Cougars escape Moscow, defeat Vandals again

    MOSCOW, Idaho – With 7.8 seconds left on the clock, the raucous crowd of 4,142 in the intimate Cowan Spectrum murmured with anticipation at the chance to finally pay back …


  • St. Joseph’s overtakes WSU at finish

    DaVonte Lacy seemingly couldn’t miss in Washington State’s final game at the Old Spice Classic. However, his teammates couldn’t find the basket as the Cougars gave up a late lead …


  • Washington State takes down Purdue 69-54

    LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. – DaVonte Lacy scored 16 points, Royce Woolridge had 14, and Washington State beat Purdue 69-54 in the Old Spice Classic consolation round on Friday. The …


  • Cougars take down Purdue in Old Spice

    DaVonte Lacy scored 16 points, Royce Woolridge had 14, and Washington State beat Purdue 69-54 in the Old Spice Classic consolation round on Friday.


  • Butler hands Cougars third straight defeat

    Despite dreadful outside shooting and an inability to force Butler into turnovers, the Washington State basketball team was poised for a breakthrough win on Thursday in the first round of …


  • Butler duo dumps Cougars

    Butler’s Kellen Dunham scored eight points in the final 2:09 and Butler defeated Washington State 76-69 on Thursday in an opening round game of the Old Spice Classic.


  • WSU faces Butler in Old Spice Classic opener today

    PULLMAN – The Washington State basketball team won’t be home for Thanksgiving this year. Instead the Cougars have traveled all the way to Orlando, Fla., to take part in the …


  • Cougars go cold in loss to TCU

    PULLMAN – It’s not easy for any basketball team to win when it goes a quarter of the game without scoring. Washington State learned that lesson on Sunday, falling 64-62 …


  • First-half drought costs WSU at the end

    It’s not easy for any basketball team to win when it goes an entire quarter of the game without scoring. Washington State learned that lesson on Sunday, falling 64-62 to …


  • Garfield’s Isabell headed for WSU

    PULLMAN – Tramaine Isabell of Seattle’s Garfield High School signed a letter of intent to play basketball for Washington State on Thursday – the second day of the November signing …


  • Garfield’s Isabell headed for WSU

    Tramaine Isabell of Seattle’s Garfield High School signed a letter of intent to play basketball for Washington State on Thursday – the second day of the November signing period – …


  • Cougars come through in close opener

    PULLMAN – The Washington State basketball team wasn’t as crisp or efficient as coach Ken Bone would have liked in its 62-56 season-opening win over Cal State Bakersfield. Still, after …


  • Cougar basketball comes through in close opener

    The Washington State basketball team wasn’t as crisp or efficient as coach Ken Bone would have liked in its 62-56 season-opening win over Cal State Bakersfield.


  • WSU big man D.J. Shelton has put weight of Cougars’ season on his shoulders

    PULLMAN – A day after Washington State’s 64-62 loss to Washington in the first round of last season’s Pac-12 tournament, D.J. Shelton was in the weight room. It was the …


  • Cougars slog through exhibition

    Washington State’s 93-56 victory over Central Washington was a sloppy, foul-filled affair that was never much of a contest. In short, it was an exhibition game.


  • Defense put on defensive by new college basketball rules

    For basketball fans that find the shriek of a referee’s whistle as unwelcome as the caterwauling of newborn twins on a redeye flight, it might be better to just sit …


  • JC transfer Lawhorn leaves WSU basketball team

    Washington Sate University’s basketball program announced Friday that junior college transfer Danny Lawhorn has left the team before ever suiting up for the Cougars.


  • Suddenly, Trojans become a mystery

    Somebody better get Ed Orgeron a signature offense, and fast. When Orgeron was tapped to fill in as Southern California’s interim head football coach – in the wake of Lane …


  • Pac-12 notes: Suddenly, Trojans become a mystery

    Somebody better get Ed Orgeron a signature offense, and fast.


  • Bulldogs to play 15 home games

    Men’s college basketball: Gonzaga will play 15 homes games this season, including six nonconference games at the McCarthey Athletic Center. There were few surprises when Gonzaga released its official schedule …


  • WSU basketball gets exposure with all 18 Pac-12 games on TV

    PULLMAN – Nearly all of Washington State’s basketball games will be televised this season, and most of them by the Pac-12 Networks. Fourteen of the Cougars’ 18 league games will …


  • Multiyear offers can up ante to land stars

    Imagine the future of college athletics recruiting, with headlines like this one: “High-school athlete signs four-year deal with Washington State.”


  • Divided opinions on early signings

    In the most perfect of basketball worlds, Washington State coach Ken Bone said, his recruiting classes each year would be finalized during November’s early-signing period, and the rest of the …


  • Letters of intent, not of guarantees

    The tattoo has since been modified, and Sean Lancona says you can’t really see it when he wears his watch, anyway. But once upon a time, back when Lancona believed …


  • Multiyear offers can up ante to land stars

    Imagine the future of college athletics recruiting, with headlines like this one: “High-school athlete signs four-year deal with Washington State.”


  • Divided opinions on early signings

    In the most perfect of basketball worlds, Washington State coach Ken Bone said, his recruiting classes each year would be finalized during November’s early-signing period, and the rest of the …

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