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  • In brief: Post Falls’ Reid leaves Montana State program

    Basketball: Montana State officials say two men’s basketball players are leaving the team. Forward Shawn Reid (pictured above) of Post Falls told the Bozeman Daily Chronicle he asked for and …

  • Quarterback Rowley returns to Shock

    Arena football: Quarterback Kyle Rowley is back for his third stint with the Spokane Shock. Rowley (pictured left), who helped Spokane to an arenafootball2 title in 2006 and an Arena …

  • Kentucky earns state bragging rights, heads to final

    NEW ORLEANS – Kentucky owns the Bluegrass State. Now it can concentrate on the rest of the country Anthony Davis and top-seeded Kentucky will play for the national title Monday …

  • Bluegrass State divides allegiances for NCAA semifinal

    NEW ORLEANS – Kentucky coach John Calipari likes to say there are no rivalry games at this point in the season. Try telling that to the Bluegrass State, where basketball’s …

  • Cougars drop CBI final to Pittsburgh

    PITTSBURGH – Washington State and Pitt hobbled their way into the College Basketball Invitational after injuries derailed their regular seasons. On Friday night in the finale of the best-of-3 championship …

  • Marquette’s Crowder leads East to All-Star win

    NEW ORLEANS – Jae Crowder scored 25 points and Ramone Moore added 15 points and nine rebounds to lead the East to a 103-99 victory over the West in the …

  • Cougars don’t expect Motum for CBI title game

    It appears as if Washington State will have to find a way win without Brock Motum once more.

  • Pittsburgh tops WSU to force final game in CBI

    PITTSBURGH — After sharing a plane ride across the country and playing a second game in three nights Wednesday night, Washington State and Pitt just can’t get enough of each …

  • Huskies lose in NIT semifinals

    NEW YORK – Still alive in late March, Minnesota is finally learning to win the close ones. The short-handed Golden Gophers improved to 3-3 in overtime games this season, beating …

  • Huskies lose in NIT semifinals

    NEW YORK — Freshman guard Andre Hollins scored 20 points, including five in overtime, and short-handed Minnesota beat Washington 68-67 on Tuesday night to advance to the NIT title game.

  • Whitworth’s Logie looks back at superb season

    For Whitworth basketball coach Matt Logie, it’s always been about the journey.

  • Louisville knocks out top-seeded Michigan State

    PHOENIX – Magic Johnson came to cheer for Michigan State and Muhammad Ali sat in Louisville’s section. Tony La Russa and Albert Pujols asked for seats behind home plate but …

  • North Carolina’s Marshall probably won’t play

    ST. LOUIS – North Carolina point guard Kendall Marshall watched his teammates from the side of the court, cradling a basketball and occasionally giving it a bounce or two with …

  • Minnesota advances to NIT semis against Washington

    Rodney Williams and Andre Hollins each scored 24 points to help Minnesota advance to the semifinals of the NIT with a 78-72 win over Middle Tennessee on Wednesday night in …

  • Lodwick leads WSU to CBI championship

    CORVALLIS, Ore. – Washington State’s frustrating, maddeningly inconsistent men’s basketball season is on the brink of something improbable: a happy ending.

  • Cougars place 14th at Match Play Championship

    Washington State’s men’s golf team placed 14th at the Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship at The Concession Golf Club in Bradenton, Fla. The Cougars fell to UNC Wilmington 3 1/2 …

  • Huskies advance to NIT semifinals

    Terrence Ross scored 24 points, Tony Wroten added 22 points and Washington advanced to the semifinals of the NIT, holding off a late rally from Pac-12 rival Oregon for a …

  • Cougars, OSU will meet for fourth time

    PULLMAN – Maybe they should just play twice in Corvallis this week and call it a best-of-5.

  • Gonzaga men can’t buck Ohio State

    Gonzaga clawed back from a 10-point deficit to forge a tie and somehow had a Consol Energy Center crowd roaring despite a preponderance of Ohio State scarlet in the stands. …

  • BYU roars back to beat Iona

    DAYTON, Ohio – Noah Hartsock scored 16 of his 23 points in the second half to fuel BYU’s incredible comeback from a 25-point deficit, leading the Cougars past Iona 78-72 …

  • Vandals embrace chance at postseason

    MOSCOW, Idaho – The Idaho men’s basketball team, still smarting from its early WAC tournament exit, gathered in front of a TV on Saturday night to watch New Mexico State …

  • Huskies open NIT with victory

    The few bodies left on the University of Washington bandwagon spilled into a half-empty Hec Edmundson Pavilion on Tuesday night and witnessed something akin to “Weekend at Bernie’s.” And not …

  • Two Whitworth men honored

    Men’s basketball: Whitworth senior Felix Friedt was named to a pair of All-Region men’s basketball teams while fellow senior Idris Lasisi was selected to one of the all-star lists, the …

  • Ferris alum Stockton ends Griz career in NCAAs

    For Shawn Stockton, basketball has always been about family.

  • Predictions abound for Gonzaga men’s seeding, site

    The Gonzaga men’s basketball team will find out this afternoon its seeding, its opponent and its destination in the NCAA tournament.

  • Hard-to-peg Huskies sitting on the bubble for NCAA invitation

    Sitting on a podium in front of a room crowded with media, Lorenzo Romar pleaded his case for Washington to receive an invitation to the NCAA tournament.

  • Hoosiers finally return to form after subpar seasons

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Matt Roth remembers every vivid detail from that dreadful freshman season at Indiana. He won only six games, just one in Big Ten play, and sometimes measured …

  • Duke, UNC women out of ACC tourney

    Women’s basketball: The Atlantic Coast Conference women’s basketball semifinals in Greensboro, N.C., have a different look without both Duke and North Carolina. Both the Blue Devils and Tar Heels were …

  • Host role on line for Eagles, ISU

    Defending the home court takes on a new meaning tonight for Eastern Washington. By defeating Idaho State at Reese Court, the Eagles will stay at home for a rematch Saturday …

  • Cougars’ free-throw woes aid UW victory

    PULLMAN – After another wild finish at Beasley Coliseum, fans filled the tunnel near the exit, their cheers echoing all the way into the media room as coaches and players …



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