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  • Washington State Cougars outlook

    RECORD: 17-10 overall, 7-8 Pac-10 COMING UP: Sunday at Washington, 7 p.m. (FSN)

  • Washington State’s recent problems tied to defensive dip

    PULLMAN – Going into the Stanford contest two weeks ago, Washington State was 16-7, a record built, more than anything, on a stingy defense. WSU’s opponents were shooting 38.1 percent …

  • WSU defense in a slump

    WSU defense has let down of late.

  • Arizona State beats WSU, ends 11-game Pac-10 skid

    TEMPE, Ariz. – No more talk about an NCAA tournament at-large berth. That hope died an ignominious death Saturday in the Wells Fargo Arena, a demise witnessed by just 5,153, …

  • Cougars bury their NCAA at-large hopes

    No more talk about an NCAA tournament at-large berth. That hope died an ignominious death Saturday in the Wells Fargo Arena, a demise witnessed by just 5,153.

  • No time for WSU to slip up

    Washington State want to avoid a first-round game in the Pac-10 tournament, so they can ill afford a loss to last-place Arizona State on Saturday.

  • Thompson’s 30 not enough for WSU to beat Arizona

    Derrick Williams had 26 points and eight rebounds, and No. 12 Arizona withstood a big night from Klay Thompson to hold off Washington State 79-70 Thursday night.

  • Washington State’s Casto improves offensive showing

    PULLMAN – When DeAngelo Casto went down in a heap late in last Saturday’s 75-71 win over California, the Washington State faithful held their breath. WSU’s 6-foot-8 center was in …

  • Washington State Cougars outlook

    RECORD: 17-8 overall, 7-6 Pac-10 COMING UP: Tonight at Arizona, 5:30 (FSN); Saturday at Arizona State, 11 a.m., (FSN).

  • Casto providing spark for WSU hoops

    DeAngelo Casto enjoyed his best weekend of his WSU basketball career.

  • Motum, WSU grind out hard-fought win over Cal

    PULLMAN – It didn’t matter if it looked a lot more like Jackson Pollock than Norman Rockwell. Beauty on the basketball court, often, is defined by the final score.

  • Cougars spread scoring around in win

    Brock Motum scored 19 points off the bench on Saturday to lead Washington State to a 75-71 victory over California.

  • Cougars look to bounce back against Cal

    When Washington State hosts California Saturday in a Pac-10 Conference men’s basketball rematch, the Bears may be without their main weapon from their early season 88-81 overtime win in Berkeley.

  • WSU men can’t quite make up early deficit

    PULLMAN – It was fitting Jeremy Green got the last word in. After all, the Stanford junior guard’s play told the story Thursday night – from first to last chapter.

  • WSU men lose at home to Stanford

    Jeremy Green scored 24 points to lead Stanford past Washington State 75-62 on Thursday night.

  • WSU freshmen must be prepared for quick duty

    PULLMAN – Like most walk-on freshmen college basketball players lucky enough to travel with the team, Will DiIorio gets most of his game-day work done before the game begins. Out …

  • EWU men will play majority of final Big Sky games at home

    Eastern Washington, which snapped an 18-game road losing streak with last Saturday’s 69-67 win over Idaho State, will play four of its last six games – including three of its …

  • Washington State Cougars outlook

    RECORD: 16-7 overall, 6-5 Pac-10 COMING UP: Tonight vs. Stanford, 7; Saturday vs. California, 3 p.m.

  • WSU freshman basketball players keep it fresh

    Like most walk-on freshman college basketball players lucky enough to travel with the team, Will DiIorio gets most of his game-day work done before the game begins. Out of the …

  • Rebounding edge helps Cougars revive with win over OSU

    CORVALLIS, Ore. – After a dispiriting loss at Oregon on Thursday night, the Washington State Cougars had to rebound Saturday at Oregon State’s Gill Coliseum. In a couple of different …

  • WSU men hold off Oregon State

    Reggie Moore had 14 points and DeAngelo Casto added 11 points and 10 rebounds to lead Washington State to a 61-55 win against Oregon State Saturday night.

  • Cougars try to bounce back

    – Saturday night’s matchup in venerable Gill Coliseum between visiting Washington State and Oregon State will pit one team that has lost a couple inexplicable games but has two huge …

  • Cougars head to Oregon schools focused on avoiding letdown

    As Washington State begins the second half of the Pac-10 season, the Cougars face a daunting challenge: Put last Sunday’s charged-up 87-80 upset over then-No. 18 Washington behind them.

  • Washington State Cougars outlook

    RECORD: 15-6 overall, 5-4 Pac-10 COMING UP: Today at Oregon, 6 p.m.; Saturday at Oregon State, 5 p.m., FSN.

  • Cougars join the crowd with upset, Bone’s signature victory

    PULLMAN – Go ahead, storm the court. Everyone else has. Video games don’t deal in as much carnage as what occurred in college basketball’s Top 25 over the weekend. Before …

  • UW women hold off Cougars

    SEATTLE – Kristi Kingma scored 29 points, including a 3-pointer with 3:16 to play that stopped a Washington State scoring surge, and Washington held off the Cougars 64-52 Sunday. It …

  • WSU beats Huskies for first time since 2008

    PULLMAN – It had just about everything those packed into Beasley Coliseum and watching on television could have wanted. Big shots and little plays. Highlight-worthy slams and crucial steals. Foul …

  • Battle of boards crucial in tonight’s Cougars-Huskies game

    PULLMAN – The word rebound has a couple of different meanings and about a half-million synonyms. And all of the latter may apply tonight to Washington State when Pac-10 leading …

  • WSU confronted with big Huskies front line

    The 18th-ranked Washington Huskies and their twin towers of 6-9, 240-pound Matthew Bryan-Amaning (56 offensive rebounds this season) and 7-foot, 260-pound Aziz N’Diaye represent a challenge on the boards Sunday …

  • Washington State Cougars outlook

    RECORD: 14-6 overall, 4-4 Pac-10 COMING UP: Sunday vs. Washington (FSN), 7 p.m.



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