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Ian Hamilton worth the wait for Cougars’ baseball

PULLMAN – Ian Hamilton’s coaches and teammates at Vancouver’s Skyview High were surely shocked when he returned from a UCL tear and ensuing platelet-rich plasma treatment throwing almost 10-miles-per-hour faster. …


Ian Hamilton worth the wait for Cougars’ baseball

PULLMAN – Ian Hamilton’s coaches and teammates at Vancouver’s Skyview High were surely shocked when he returned from a UCL tear and ensuing platelet-rich plasma treatment throwing almost 10-miles-per-hour faster.


G&T Blog matters: Matt Linehan can’t rest easy as Idaho starter

Below is a sampling of blog reports from The Spokesman-Review sportswriters. Look for blog items daily at spokesman.com/blogs/ sportslink. 6:


Area roundup: Cougars cool down Wildcats, knot Pac-12 baseball series at 1 apiece

Washington State needed its firemen to douse Arizona’s red-hot bats, stifling the Wildcats for a 5-3 win on Saturday and ideally cooling them off long enough to secure a fifth …


Maverick McNealy sets course record while leading Stanford to Pac-12 title

PULLMAN – Maverick McNealy set a course record at the difficult Palouse Ridge Golf Club in the final round of the Pac-12 Golf Championships on Wednesday to run away with …


Washington State quarterbacks in charge this offseason

PULLMAN – The last gasp of organized football for the academic year is done, and soon the fans who’ve paid attention this long will let their focuses drift to annual …


Pac-12 golf: Cougars struggle in third round

PULLMAN – Despite an underwhelming day on the Palouse Ridge links, Washington State had a chance to end the second day of the Pac-12 championships in the conference’s upper half …


College baseball notes: Whitworth postpones coach Dan Ramsay’s exit

PULLMAN – The era will end eventually – it wouldn’t be an era if it didn’t – but Whitworth coach Dan Ramsay and his seniors are delaying the inevitable for …


College baseball notes: Whitworth postpones coach Dan Ramsay’s exit

PULLMAN – The era will end eventually – it wouldn’t be an era if it didn’t – but Whitworth coach Dan Ramsay and his seniors are delaying the inevitable for …


Pac-12 golf: Cougars struggle in third round

PULLMAN – Despite an underwhelming day on the Palouse Ridge links, Washington State had a chance to end the second day of the Pac-12 championships in the conference’s upper half …


Cougars corral coveted center Clifford

Ernie Kent won his first major men’s basketball recruiting victory for Washington State, signing junior college center Conor Clifford, a player coveted by far more established programs.


Bayley leads WSU into the hunt at Pac-12 golf

For all the stars at the Pac-12 men’s golf tournament, it’s a freshman from Rathdrum, Idaho, that they are all chasing. After two rounds of golf on Monday at Palouse …


Blanchette: Spirit of Cougars football lives on at Joe Albi Stadium

One of the simultaneously high and low moments of Washington State football history occurred at Albi Stadium some 45 years ago in the rubble of a blowout loss to Stanford. …


With Dom Williams’ help, Luke Falk asserts himself as Cougars’ No. 1 quarterback

Luke Falk and his Crimson team beat the Gray in Washington State’s annual spring scrimmage because of the quarterback’s superior decision-making and accuracy. Or maybe he just had the best …


Cougs find some stars

Luke Falk and his Crimson team beat the Gray in Washington State’s annual spring scrimmage because of the quarterback’s superior decision-making and accuracy. Or maybe he just had the best …


Blanchette: WSU scrimmage a bit inconclusive

Either the defensive mindset at Wazzu really has turned the corner, or the offense has decided to take things into its own hands. Only kidding.


WSU spring football: Crimson and Gray Game provides chance to impress

PULLMAN – Although spring games are ultimately spiffed-up practices that serve to widen the football program’s ticket-buying base by giving fans a free taste of the game-day experience, the annual …


WSU spring game offers chance for unknown players to emerge

While spring games may not mean much to coaches they can serve as touchstone moments for previously unseen players and the fans getting to know their names. Case in point: …


WSU spring football: Peyton Pelluer reflects Cougars’ new defensive goals

PULLMAN – The speed at which football is played will never slow down for Peyton Pelluer, but he’s starting to speed up. While the sophomore linebacker isn’t particularly quick for …


WSU spring football: Peyton Pelluer reflects Cougars’ new defensive goals

PULLMAN – The speed at which football is played will never slow down for Peyton Pelluer, but he’s starting to speed up.


G&T Blog matters: Nothing for sure with Zags’ stars

Below is a sampling of blog reports from The Spokesman-Review sportswriters. Look for blog items daily at spokesman.com/blogs/ sportslink. 6: Tuesday: You never know. Just like the games themselves, the …


WSU spring football: Freshman QB Peyton Bender makes his push

PULLMAN – Peyton Bender threw six touchdown passes during Saturday’s scrimmage, making Washington State’s quarterback situation ever murkier. Mike Leach engendered a competition at the start of spring practice by …


WSU spring football: Freshman QB Peyton Bender makes his push

PULLMAN – Peyton Bender threw six touchdown passes during Saturday’s scrimmage, making Washington State’s quarterback situation ever murkier.


WSU spring football: Cougars’ defense amps up pressure on quarterbacks

PULLMAN – When evaluating candidates for the vacant defensive coordinator position following the 2014 football season, Mike Leach had a general idea of the qualities he was looking for in …


WSU spring football: Cougars’ defense amps up pressure on quarterbacks

PULLMAN – When evaluating candidates for the vacant defensive coordinator position following the 2014 football season, Mike Leach had a general idea of the qualities he was looking for in …


WSU’s Ernie Kent signs two guards on first day of spring signing period

PULLMAN – The Washington State basketball roster will look considerably different after Ernie Kent’s first year in Pullman. After signing guards Charles Callison and Viont’e Daniels to national letters of …


College baseball: Recent play has Gonzaga thinking postseason

PULLMAN – Although righty Andrew Sopko has been one of the most effective starting pitchers in the West Coast Conference all season, until last week he’d never started a game …


WSU spring football: RB Keith Harrington impresses, but must become more consistent

PULLMAN – Flashes and bursts are the images most appropriately associated with the inconstant nature of freshman running back Keith Harrington, whose coaches are annoyed by his inconsistency, but beguiled …


WSU spring football: RB Keith Harrington impresses, but must become more consistent

PULLMAN – Flashes and bursts are the images most appropriately used to describe the inconstant nature of freshman running back Keith Harrington, whose coaches are annoyed by his inconsistency, but …


WSU quarterbacks sharp in scrimmage

The two unknowns heading into Washington State’s first scrimmage of the spring were how the defense would look under new defensive coordinator Alex Grinch and how the quarterbacks would look …