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  • Royce Woolridge and James Hunter to transfer from WSU

    PULLMAN – Royce Woolridge and James Hunter will transfer from the Washington State University basketball program, the school announced on Tuesday. Additionally, signee Jermaine Morgan has been released from his …


  • Kent hiring brings buzz back to Cougars

    PULLMAN — For one day at least, Bill Moos’ wish came true: people cared about men’s basketball again at Washington State. Nudged along by free pizza and T-shirts, more students …


  • Kent hire brings buzz back to Cougars

    For one day at least, Bill Moos’ wish came true: people cared about men’s basketball again at Washington State. Nudged along by free pizza and T-shirts, more students showed up …


  • Cougars play Colorado at the Arena

    The Pac-12 schedule of the Washington State men’s basketball team may have started, but the Cougars will have to wait to welcome a conference foe to Friel Court. First they …


  • Cougars play Colorado at the Arena

    The Pac-12 schedule of the Washington State men’s basketball team may have started, but the Cougars will have to wait to welcome a conference foe to Friel Court.


  • Lacy-less Cougars roll past Devils

    PULLMAN – Playing without its leading scorer, the Washington State men’s basketball team found the perfect foil in Mississippi Valley State. Playing in their second game in as many days, …


  • 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 …


  • Woolridge’s season-high 20 leads WSU to win

    Royce Woolridge had a season high 20 points and freshmen Que Johnson added 14 to help Washington State beat Pepperdine 78-61 Sunday.


  • 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.


  • 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 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 …


  • Cougars Woolridge returns to stamping grounds

    TEMPE, Ariz. – Royce Woolridge used to sit in Wells Fargo Arena as a youngster, middle school-aged but old enough to appreciate the skills of former Arizona State star Ike …


  • Cougs, Woolridge travel to Arizona

    Royce Woolridge used to sit in Wells Fargo Arena as a youngster, middle school-aged but old enough to appreciate the skills of former Arizona State star Ike Diogu.


  • Golly, gee, Bone’s expletives G-rated

    PULLMAN – It’s a shared experience for most everyone who’s played in a rec-league game, or a pickup game, or in their driveway, or in their bedroom with one of …


  • Golly, gee, Bone’s expletives G-rated

    The gee-golly of it: Bone, now in his fourth season as WSU’s coach, doesn’t swear. So he doesn’t allow his players to swear, either, a unique approach in big-time college …


  • Former Jayhawk Woolridge, Cougars take on Kansas

    KANSAS CITY – A healthy dislike for the University of Arizona turned Royce Woolridge into a Kansas fan a few years back. Wool- ridge, who is from Phoenix, recalls watching …


  • Tough early schedule will show what’s in store for Washington State Cougars

    They know what to expect from Brock Motum. That much, at least, is certain. Otherwise, the Washington State men’s basketball team leaves much to the imagination. Four seniors are gone …

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