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  • Stanford 51-0 against Cougs

    Nnemkadi Ogwumike scored 20 points as No. 4 Stanford beat Washington State 94-50 on Sunday in Pullman, improving to 51-0 all-time against the Cougars. Younger sister Chiney Ogwumike added 14 …


  • WSU balance takes charge after Moore’s suspension

    STANFORD, Calif. – One man’s misfortune can be another’s opportunity. With starting point guard Reggie Moore in street clothes, suspended indefinitely Saturday by Washington State basketball coach Ken Bone for …


  • WSU students urged to get meningitis shot

    Washington State University is advising students on the Pullman campus, particularly those living in dense residential housing, to be vaccinated against meningitis. The advisory follows the hospitalization of a 19-year-old …


  • Organization honors 5 WSU researchers

    Five Washington State University researchers have been honored by the largest scientific society in the world for advancing distinguished science applications. The American Association for the Advancement of Science included …


  • Stanford hex has vexed Cougars

    Washington State redshirt junior Abe Lodwick can remember celebrating on every Pac-10 basketball court except one: Stanford’s. That’s simple. The Cougars haven’t won in Maples Pavilion since March 5, 2005, …


  • Washington State Cougars’ outlook

    RECORD: 12-4 overall, 2-2 Pac-10 COMING UP: Tonight at Cal, 7:30 p.m.; Saturday at Stanford, 5 p.m.


  • Moore, Thompson lift Cougars over Ducks

    PULLMAN – Reggie Moore didn’t lead Washington State in scoring Saturday night – Klay Thompson did that for the 11th time this season – but don’t be misled. It was …


  • WSU turns to dunk to pick up its first Pac-10 victory

    PULLMAN – There’s nothing more dynamic in college basketball than a high-flying, power-filled dunk from someone on the home team. Unless it’s four of them in less than five minutes.


  • Cougars guard coming off spate of poor shooting

    PULLMAN – It wouldn’t seem as if a 10-4 college basketball team should be facing a must-win week. But that seems to be the case for the Washington State Cougars.


  • In brief: Cougs’ Moore faces pot counts

    The Whitman County prosecutor’s office cited Washington State starting point guard Reggie Moore for two misdemeanor drug counts Tuesday related to a December search of a Scott Hall room, according …


  • Washington State Cougars basketball outlook

    RECORD: 10-4 overall, 0-2 Pac-10 COMING UP: Today vs. Oregon State, 7 p.m.; Saturday vs. Oregon, 7:30 p.m. (FSN).


  • Vestal: Project pairs photography with social action

    A couple of years ago, when Kathy Hirschel started as an outreach worker at the health clinic in Quincy, Wash., she was shocked by what she saw as she visited …


  • UCLA women add to streak vs. WSU

    Jasmine Dixon and Darxia Morris each scored 12 points to help No. 8 UCLA beat error-prone Washington State 80-55 on Sunday in Pullman. UCLA (12-1, 2-0 Pac-10) has won 21 …


  • Trojans hold off Cougars in wild finish

    LOS ANGELES – For those of you wondering what would happen to this edition of the Washington State men’s basketball team if it shots weren’t falling, here’s your answer. The …


  • One more stop before home

    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 …


  • Bruins dominate 2nd half to beat Cougs

    LOS ANGELES – Headed into the locker room at halftime, Washington State’s Cougars had a bounce in their step. An explosive 4-minute run had given them an eight-point edge as …


  • Blanchette: Cougs primed to win elusive Pac-10 title

    In the interests of full disclosure, it should be pointed out that just 50 weeks ago in this space, the following question was posed: Why can’t Washington State win the …


  • WSU team a lot like last junior group that excelled

    PULLMAN – The similarities are interesting. Maybe not to the eerie level, but interesting nonetheless.


  • Butler uses 15-0 run to bury Cougars in tourney title game

    The Butler Bulldogs rode sophomore Gordon Hayward and a strong supporting cast on a magical drive to the NCAA title game last season, coming up a basket short against Duke. …


  • Butler clobbers Cougars in second half to win easily

    The Butler Bulldogs rode sophomore Gordon Hayward and a strong supporting cast on a magical drive to the NCAA title game last season, coming up a basket short against Duke. …


  • WSU squanders big lead before snaring Bears

    HONOLULU – Washington State headed for the Hawaiian Islands and the Diamond Head Classic this week wanting to make a statement. The Cougars made three big ones Thursday, and now …


  • Vestal: Quiet woman had big heart, loved giving

    Barbara Bethards loved Christmas. She’d gather gifts with personal touches. Items that reflected her friends’ pets, hobbies, passions. Charm bracelets. Pet photos. Cross-stitching. Bags filled with emblems of thoughtfulness.


  • WSU catches fire in second half to dispatch Mississippi State

    Tuesday evening, Marcus Capers put on a show for his 21st birthday, taking center stage during a hula dance at the Diamond Head Classic’s pretournament show. Wednesday morning, Washington State’s …


  • Basketball notebook: Daugherty’s Cougars improve

    June Daugherty isn’t judging her team by wins – yet. The Washington State women’s basketball team didn’t pick up as many Ws in the preseason as the coach had hoped …


  • WSU’s good tourney showing may open nation’s eyes

    A little more than two years ago, Washington State opened a basketball tournament in Newark, N.J. against Mississippi State. Today the Cougars (8-1) will open a basketball tournament in Honolulu …


  • Bethards leaves WSU $2.5 million

    A longtime Spokane resident who died this summer left more than $2.5 million – the bulk of her estate – to Washington State University for science scholarships, the university announced …


  • Cougs come back to beat Santa Clara

    SANTA CLARA, Calif. – For 39 minutes, 24 seconds Sunday night, the Santa Clara Broncos were perfect from the free-throw line. Thirty attempts, 30 makes. But with less than a …


  • Capers, WSU junior, rises to challenge on court

    PULLMAN – There are bookends to Marcus Capers’ Washington State basketball career. On one end is a typical practice his first year, when then-coach Tony Bennett would regularly chew on …


  • Cougars sign two offensive linemen

    Offensive linemen Rico Forbes and Taylor Meighen have signed national letters of intent to play football at Washington State University, head coach Paul Wulff announced Wednesday. Both are expected to …


  • Trauma found to hurt learning

    An estimated one in four children in Spokane-area elementary schools has suffered multiple traumas – such as domestic violence, neglect or divorce – which affect the ability to learn and …

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