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  • WSU men’s fast facts

    Conference: Pac-12. Colors: Crimson and Gray. Ticket office: 1 (800) 462-6847. Home court: Beasley Coliseum (11,671). Website: wsucougars.com. Head coach: Ernie Kent. Record: 325-254, 19 seasons Assistants: Curtis Allen, 6th …


  • Washington State men’s basketball 5 keys to success

    1 Keep Lacy healthy. A burst appendix, broken ribs and two separate knee injuries have kept Washington State’s best player off the court the past two seasons. Lacy led the …


  • Ernie Kent brings new attitude to Pullman to help revive Washington State basketball program

    PULLMAN – The fact Ernie Kent is even at Washington State means that he has a tall task ahead of him to make the Cougars a competitive team. If the …


  • UW 6th, WSU 11th in Pac-12 basketball poll

    The Pac-12 men’s basketball media poll was released today and, as expected, for the fourth consecutive season Arizona was picked to finish first.


  • Gonzaga begins NCAA basketball title quest

    The Gonzaga Bulldogs, listed inside the top 15 in several preseason basketball polls, will hold their first practice today at the McCarthey Athletic Center. The Zags, coming off a 29-7 …


  • When Lacy leads all-stars follow

    PULLMAN – Tasked with coaching 13 of the Pac-12’s best basketball players, Utah coach Larry Krystkowiak chose to share playing time equally, subbing in five new players every time the …


  • When DaVonte Lacy leads all-stars follow

    DaVonte Lacy of the Washington State men’s basketball team recently spent 10 days in China with an All-Star team of 13 Pac-12 players.


  • Tyler Johnson signs three-year contract with Tampa Bay Lightning

    NHL: The Tampa Bay Lightning have signed center Tyler Johnson to a three-year contract. The team announced the news Friday in Tampa, Florida.


  • Washington State releases Tramaine Isabell from letter of intent

    Just weeks after reaffirming his decision to enroll at Washington State, Tramaine Isabell has been released from his national letter of intent, according to Cougars coach Ernie Kent. It comes …


  • WSU volleyball faces penalty despite 2012-13 academic improvements

    Not even good grades and perfect attendance were enough to get the Washington State volleyball team out of academic trouble. The NCAA released its Academic Progress Rates on Wednesday. Although …


  • New WSU coach Kent retains Allen as assistant

    PULLMAN – New Washington State men’s basketball coach Ernie Kent didn’t have to travel far to find the final member of his coaching staff. Curtis Allen came to WSU as …


  • Ernie Kent retains Curtis Allen as assistant

    New men’s basketball coach Ernie Kent did not have to travel far to find the third and final member of his coaching staff. Curtis Allen came to WSU as an …


  • Cougar fans snarling

    Damn, you’d have thought a tailgate guest at Washington State had confessed a preference for Velveeta on his cracker over Cougar Gold. Outrage has been in overdrive in Crimsonia since …


  • 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 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 …


  • Moos lands Kent, gets his man

    So much for the big splash. You could mop this one up with a Kleenex. Not that splash matters anyway. Cannonballs and bellyflops produce the biggest splashes, and how artful …


  • Ernie Kent named men’s basketball coach at Washington State

    PULLMAN – Bill Moos enjoyed hiring Ernie Kent so much that he decided to do it again. Kent has been hired by Washington State athletic director Moos as the school’s …


  • Ernie Kent is new WSU men’s basketball coach

    Bill Moos enjoyed hiring Ernie Kent so much that he decided to do it again. Kent has been hired by Washington State athletic director Moos as the school’s new men’s …


  • Broncos sweeten contract, keep Rice

    Boise State men’s basketball coach Leon Rice will not be Washington State’s next coach. Rice will receive a $100,000 salary increase as past of an agreement to revisions on his …


  • Cougars interview BSU’s Rice

    PULLMAN – Boise State men’s basketball coach Leon Rice has interviewed for the vacant coaching position at Washington State, The Spokesman-Review has learned. The interview was conducted earlier this week. …


  • Leon Rice interviews for WSU job

    Boise State men’s basketball coach Leon Rice has interviewed for the vacant coaching position at Washington State University, The Spokesman-Review has learned.


  • Washington State basketball hire will happen before NCAA title game

    PULLMAN – Members of the Washington State men’s basketball team returned from spring break on Monday and still don’t know who will be coaching them next season after Ken Bone’s …


  • Moos wants coach in place before championship game

    Washington State athletic director Bill Moos told KXLY 920’s Bud Nameck on Monday that he expects the search for a new men’s basketball coach to be over within 10-14 days.


  • Cougars’ season ends with WNIT loss to Montana

    Washington State had plans to run and score at Dahlberg Arena Wednesday, but the Montana Lady Griz had the quick start and strong finish, in a 90-78 win over the …


  • Former Cougar Thames returns as Aztecs star

    Xavier Thames left eastern Washington as the odd man out at point guard for the Washington State men’s basketball team. He returns as a senior and All-America candidate for a …


  • An upset special

    PULLMAN – It was a pair of freshmen that sent Washington State’s seniors off in style Saturday night. In the final game of the regular season the Cougars upended the …


  • DiIorio, Shelton take final bows

    PULLMAN – When Will DiIorio and D.J. Shelton wake up Sunday morning they’ll begin the transition to life after college basketball. They will still have practices to attend and a …


  • WSU women play Oregon in 1st round

    WALNUT CREEK, Calif. – Washington State will face Oregon in the opening round of the Pac-12 women’s basketball tournament at KeyArena in Seattle, the conference office announced Sunday. The Cougars …


  • Cougars go cold in Seattle, lose to UW

    SEATTLE – Only DaVonte Lacy could match Washington’s efficiency on Friday night. But he couldn’t keep up with the Huskies’ pack by himself and the UW cruised to a 72-49 …


  • Four corners: Washington State Cougars

    COMING UP: Friday at Washington, 7:30 p.m. (Pac-12 Wash) OUTLOOK: The Cougars (9-16, 2-13 Pac-12) hope to avoid a second-straight last-place finish in the Pac-12 and can go a long …

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