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  • 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 …


  • UW coach Lorenzo Romar has WSU coach Ken Bone’s back

    Though the Washington State basketball team has slogged through a disappointing year, the Cougars can still come away from the 2013-14 season with bragging rights, if not much else. WSU …


  • Presley drives Cougars

    Followers of girls high school basketball in Spokane have known for years what Tia Presley could do on the court. Now the rest of the country is finally catching up. …


  • Presley hits 32 points for third time in four games; Cougs win

    Tia Presley reached 32 points for the third time in four games in leading Washington State over Oregon 108-88 on Sunday in Pullman. The 108 points are the third-most in …


  • Cougs lead at half, but Ducks run away for win

    EUGENE – The Washington State men’s basketball team frustrated the Pac-12’s highest-scoring offense, rebounded well and held off comeback attempts on the road Sunday night. Unfortunately for WSU, the game …


  • Eagles host Portland State

    Men’s basketball: Eastern Washington is one of the hottest basketball teams in the Big Sky Conference, but the Eagles still need at least two more wins to secure a spot …


  • Ducks drub Cougars in second half

    Oregon’s full-court pressure defense and relentless shooting in the second half buried the Washington State Cougars 67-53 on Sunday night in Eugene.


  • Cougars improve in loss to Beavers

    CORVALLIS, Ore. – The Washington State Cougars are improving, albeit slowly. After showing that they could compete with good teams against the Bay Area schools last week, the Cougars proved …


  • Presley hits 32 in win again

    Tia Presley scored 32 points for the second consecutive game, leading Washington State to an 80-77 win over Colorado on Sunday in Boulder, Colo. Sage Romberg had 14 points and …


  • Presley scores 32; WSU snaps skid

    Washington State junior Tia Presley scored 32 points and the Cougars snapped a three-game losing streak with an 83-73 Pac-12 victory over Utah Friday night in Salt Lake City. Presley …


  • Cougs shoot lights out, still lose to Bears

    PULLMAN – DaVonte Lacy and Washington State tried to balance out a season’s worth of poor shooting against California, pouring in 3-pointers at a rate befitting a team that was …


  • Cougars haven’t thrown in towel

    PULLMAN – A win over California today would be an insignificant bullet point on Washington State’s NCAA tournament resume, which could not render a compelling candidacy through any amount of …


  • Cougars out of luck, but not persistence

    A win over California today would be an insignificant bullet point on Washington State’s NCAA Tournament resume, which could not render a compelling candidacy through any amount of revising, rewriting …


  • Plum, Huskies pick off Cardinal

    Kelsey Plum led Washington to a big lead against No. 3 Stanford. When she fouled out with 1:39 to go, the freshman guard could only watch as the Cardinal rallied. …


  • Utes jump on top of Cougars, coast to victory

    SALT LAKE CITY – The snow-capped hills encompassing Salt Lake City are dwarves compared to Mt. Rainier or any real mountain, although they similarly dominate the city’s skyline due to …


  • Cougars take on Buffaloes with Lacy

    One extra point. It’s all that the Washington State men’s basketball team would’ve needed leading scorer DaVonte Lacy to add when they lost to Colorado on Jan. 8 at the …


  • Cougars take on Buffaloes again, this time with Lacy

    One extra point. It’s all that the Washington State men’s basketball team would’ve needed leading scorer DaVonte Lacy to add when they lost to Colorado on Jan. 8 at the …


  • Four corners: Washington State Cougars

    Coming up: Saturday vs. Washington, 3 p.m. (Pac-12 Wash.) Outlook: The Cougars are hoping that a healthy crowd and energetic atmosphere can help them get on the winning track against …


  • Cougars’ Lacy nears return from rib injury

    PULLMAN – The Washington State offense has struggled in conference play but help could be on the way. According to coach Ken Bone, DaVonte Lacy, WSU’s leading scorer at 17.7 …


  • Cougars’ offense still basket case

    PULLMAN – Coach Ken Bone and the Washington State men’s basketball team spent 15 minutes talking in the locker room after Sunday’s 71-44 loss to Oregon. They talked about staying …


  • Ducks dump dismal Cougars

    Washington State made only two field goals inside of the 3-point line, losing to Oregon 71-44 on Sunday afternoon in Pullman.


  • Cougars ready to take their shot at Ducks

    The Washington State men’s basketball team has struggled in the early part of Pac-12 play, but has a chance to collect a win today against Oregon, a team in flux.


  • WSU women suffer first Pac-12 loss; GU wins

    Michelle Plouffe scored four points in the final seconds and Utah upset Washington State 59-57 on Sunday in Pullman. Plouffe scored inside the paint to tie the game at 57, …


  • Cougs go cold in second half

    BERKELEY, Calif. – For the third time this season, the Washington State basketball team showed the talent and skill to build a lead on the road against a Pac-12 team. …


  • Golden Bears topple Cougars

    California’s Richard Solomon had 12 points and nine rebounds to offset 17 and 11 from Washington State’s D.J. Shelton as the Golden Bears defeated the Cougars 76-55.

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