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  • Whitworth’s Rory Buck wins national 100-yard breaststroke

    Swimming: Whitworth junior Rory Buck overtook two competitors over the final 50 yards to win the men’s 100-yard breaststroke at the NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving Championships at Knoxville, …


  • Arizona’s Williams swats away Huskies’ potential winner

    TUCSON, Ariz. – Derrick Williams punched the ball away from Matthew Bryan-Amaning as time expired while simultaneously delivering a knockout blow to Washington’s hopes of winning a Pac-10 men’s basketball …


  • Washington cruises past Arizona State with its eyes on Arizona

    TEMPE, Ariz. – With one of the biggest games of the season looming on Saturday against first-place Arizona, Washington needed about 10 minutes to get going against the Pac-10’s last-place …


  • Washington overcomes power shortage, Thomas’ eye injury

    SEATTLE – Scratch from the list two more strategies for stopping the University of Washington’s unstoppable offense in home games. Neither dimmed lights nor a blinded Isaiah Thomas could slow …


  • Oregon State shakes off cobwebs to knock off No. 20 Washington

    CORVALLIS, Ore. – Given the disappointment of the last few weeks, the Oregon State Beavers were going to revel in their victory over No. 20 Washington – just not too …


  • Washington basketball players take exception to WSU fans storming court

    SEATTLE – Sunday night’s loss to Washington State was a hard pill for Darnell Gant to swallow. But it was what followed that game that really had the junior on …


  • Stanford drops California

    Jeremy Green scored 21 points and Dwight Powell had 20 to lead Stanford to an 82-68 victory over visiting California on Sunday night in the Pac-10 opener for both teams. …


  • Road-weary Cougs head to USC

    LOS ANGELES – DeAngelo Casto and his teammates are tired of the road. Tired of being away from friends and family, tired of hotel rooms, tired of riding buses. They’re …


  • Cougs drop Pac-10 opener

    LOS ANGELES — Reeves Nelson and Malcolm Lee scored 21 points apiece to lift UCLA to a come-from-behind 80-71 victory over Washington State Wednesday night.


  • Altman new Oregon basketball coach

    Longtime Creighton coach Dana Altman has signed a seven-year deal worth $1.8 million annually to become Oregon’s head men’s basketball coach. Altman, 51, spent 16 seasons at Creighton, compiling a …


  • Pac-10 tabs three Cougs

    PULLMAN – Klay Thompson was named to the All-Pac-10 Conference’s 10-member first team Monday, the first Washington State University sophomore to earn the honor since the conference expanded to its …


  • Cal thumps Arizona

    Jerome Randle scored 24 points and took over the game in the second half to help California move a step closer to clinching its first conference title in 50 years …


  • ASU defeats Arizona

    Ty Abbott scored 28 points, two shy of his career-high, and Arizona State shot 67 percent in the second half to beat Arizona 73-69 at Tucson, Ariz., on Sunday and …


  • Time is right to expand Pacific-10 Conference

    PULLMAN – Are you ready for the Pac-12? Or the Pac-14? First-year Pac-10 Conference commissioner Larry Scott said Tuesday the conference is going to examine expansion over the next 12 …


  • Dawgs down ’Cats

    Nic Wise couldn’t find his stroke, Derrick Williams couldn’t stay on the floor, and Quincy Pondexter couldn’t miss. And when it counted most, hyperdefender Venoy Overton was cool as a …


  • Boykin leads Bears

    Jamal Boykin scored a career-high 25 points and had 10 rebounds, and California defeated Arizona State 78-70 at Tempe, Ariz., on Thursday night to remain alone atop the Pac-10. Jerome …


  • John Blanchette: Pac-10 ripe for Cougars to pounce

    To review: In the past week, Oregon State suffered a 51-point defeat at home to a school that hasn’t played Division I basketball in 30 years, then showed up in …


  • Cal tops Trojans

    Jerome Randle scored 21 points and Theo Robertson added 20, leading California to a 67-59 victory over Southern Cal at Berkeley, Calif., on Saturday night. Dwight Lewis led the Trojans …


  • Stanford tops USC

    Jarrett Mann made one free throw with 10.6 seconds left and host Stanford stopped several last-second chances on the defensive end to beat embattled Southern California 54-53 Wednesday night and …


  • USC sanctions itself in Mayo scandal

    LOS ANGELES – Responding to allegations that former star O.J. Mayo received improper benefits while in school, the University of Southern California basketball team will forgo any postseason play this …


  • Pac-10 title up for grabs

    PULLMAN – What’s going on in the Pacific-10 Conference? UCLA loses at home to Cal State Fullerton and by 37 points to Portland – then loses its starting center.


  • Pac-10 hoops in sorry state

    The bowl season can’t start soon enough for Pac-10 basketball teams. If only for a few weeks, the conference’s respected football teams will pull the spotlight away from what has …


  • Wooden legacy close to home

    ANAHEIM, Calif. – Thirty-seven seconds remaining, UCLA down by 20, the coach stares at the far end of the bench, calls for the passing of the torch. “Tyler!” Ben Howland …


  • Floyd resigns as Trojans coach

    LOS ANGELES – Tim Floyd suddenly resigned as basketball coach at Southern California on Tuesday following allegations that he give $1,000 in cash to a man who helped steer former …


  • Stanford wins Pac-10 tourney

    LOS ANGELES – Kayla Pedersen had season-high 25 points and nine rebounds as No. 2 Stanford defeated Southern California 89-64 to win the Pac-10 tournament championship for the sixth time …


  • Top-seeded Stanford romps past UCLA

    Nnemkadi Ogwumike had 15 points and 10 rebounds as Stanford easily defeated UCLA 73-47 in a semifinal game at the Pac-10 women’s basketball tournament in Los Angeles. Stanford (28-4) started …


  • UW continues march to madness

    LOS ANGELES – Washington picked a great time to continue its second-longest winning streak of the season. Jon Brockman scored 20 points, Isaiah Thomas sparked a decisive second-half spurt with …


  • Stanford rallies to oust OSU

    LOS ANGELES – Anthony Goods was better the third time around against Oregon State. Goods scored 17 of his 23 points in the second half when Stanford rallied to win …


  • Ducks could be dangerous for Cougs

    LOS ANGELES – It will be a battle of wills and ways. Whoever can play their way will probably impose their will.


  • Cougars, Vandals study in contrasts

    The Washington State and Idaho women’s basketball teams head into their conference tournaments this week with contrasting story lines. Idaho (13-14), seeded fourth, plays fifth-seeded Utah State (15-14) today at …

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