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  • Cougars win 10 events, UI 7 at Idaho Indoor

    Washington State had 10 victories and host Idaho seven at the Vandal Indoor Meet Friday night in Moscow, Idaho. WSU pole vaulter Kristine Felix, the 2013 Pac-12 champion, soared 13 …


  • WSU women give No. 3 Stanford a scare

    Washington State has taken the floor 56 times against Stanford in women’s basketball, and 56 times the Cougars have lost. But No. 3 Stanford’s 77-69 victory Friday night in Pullman …


  • Cougars hold on for Pac-12 women’s victory at USC

    Tia Presley scored 21 points to lead five players in double figures Friday as Washington State snapped a three-game losing streak with a 79-75 Pac-12 win at USC after giving …


  • 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.


  • Cougars hope to rebound

    Although the Washington State has won just two of its last seven games, coach Ken Bone refuses to be hard on his team.


  • Jensen-Byrd considered a preservation success for 2013

    Spokane’s Jensen-Byrd building ranks second on the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s “10 historic preservation saves” list for 2013.


  • Arizona’s defense clamps down on cold Cougars

    TUCSON, Ariz. – The raucous, sold-out crowd at the McKale Center on Thursday appeared to want more than a blowout in Arizona’s Pac-12 opener. The partisan fans weren’t going to …


  • Top-ranked Wildcats trample cold Cougars

    The raucous, sold-out crowd at the McKale Center on Thursday appeared to want more than a blowout in Arizona’s Pac-12 opener. They wanted carnage befitting the sea of red in …


  • Drug Molly has colleges weighing best counseling approach

    When Pullman police responded to a call of a college student “screaming like a madman” last year, they found a cache of drugs: a leather pouch with 18 vials of …


  • Cougs must wait and see about bowl

    With no more regular-season games to play, the Washington State football team faces a different kind of challenge this week: the waiting game.


  • Camp spawned success

    PULLMAN – When the Washington State football team beat Utah on Saturday to become bowl eligible for the first time in seven years, many players and coaches wore T-shirts that …


  • Cougars beat Utah 49-37, become bowl eligible

    Fans stormed the field as the sun set in Pullman on Saturday, reveling in the realization that WSU’s 49-37 win on Senior Night over the visiting Utah Utes makes the …


  • Cougs kept fighting to overcome USC

    On any given Sunday is a phrase generally used to describe parity in the NFL, but it certainly applied to Sunday’s Washington State-USC volleyball match. It looked grim for the …


  • WSU looks to stay on roll in NCAA women’s soccer tournament

    It’s time to push the reset button, says Washington State women’s soccer coach Keidane McAlpine. It’s been quite a week for the Cougars – including top Pac-12 honors for McAlpine …


  • WSU big man D.J. Shelton has put weight of Cougars’ season on his shoulders

    PULLMAN – A day after Washington State’s 64-62 loss to Washington in the first round of last season’s Pac-12 tournament, D.J. Shelton was in the weight room. It was the …


  • Bye-bye to progress

    PULLMAN – The Cougars didn’t seem to improve much after this past bye week. Maybe the next one will be different. The Washington State football team’s players and coaches insist …


  • Cougars need to bounce back

    With another long break between games – this time 16 days – the Cougars have to do more than just rest. WSU is still two wins away from qualifying for …


  • WSU students to protest distribution of “culturally insensitive” mask

    A group of Washington State University students will protest the distribution of “Cougador” masks before tonight’s football game against Arizona State University.


  • Fresh Sheet: Aki Matsuri arrives Sunday

    The Spokane Buddhist Temple is holding its 23rd annual Aki Matsuri Fall Festival on Sunday. Tours of the temple and lunch will be available from noon to 4 p.m. Diners …


  • Ducks break loose in second half against WSU

    Marcus Mariota threw for 327 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another as No. 2 Oregon overcame the 557 yards and FBS-record 89 pass attempts of Connor Halliday for …


  • Washington St. at Oregon

    WSU COUGARS Records: 4-3 overall, 2-2 Pac-12


  • Cougars have no time to sulk with Ducks next

    The 52-24 loss to Oregon State on Saturday illustrated that the rebuilding process is far from over for the Washington State football team. The Cougars won’t have time to commiserate. …


  • OSU at WSU: By the numbers

    WSU COUGARS Records: 4-2 overall, 2-1 Pac-12


  • Firsts have GU feelin’ good

    First things first. First win over Loyola Marymount since 2010. First road win over San Francisco since 2007 and first win over the Dons since 2009. First win at Santa …


  • Cougs, Halliday put handle on ball

    PULLMAN – If you thought the Stanford game was rough for Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday, go back and watch last year’s game against Oregon State. The teams combined to …


  • Cougars see new challenges in facing Oregon State

    After an embarrassing loss to Stanford, followed by a welcome victory over California, the Washington State Cougars face a very different but equally difficult test heading into Saturday’s home game …


  • WSU plans new art museum, receives $5 million gift

    With the announcement of a $5 million donation from the Jordan D. Schnitzer Family Foundation, Washington State University will begin public fundraising efforts to bring a new art museum to …


  • First Look at Cougars game

    First Look: Washington State at California Time: 1 p.m. Saturday, Memorial Stadium, Berkeley, Calif. TV: Fox Sports 1 Records: WSU (3-2, 1-1 in Pac-12); Cal (1-3, 0-1 in Pac-12) Last …


  • Stanford crushes Cougars

    No. 5 Stanford bruised its way to a 55-17 victory over Washington State on Saturday night in Seattle. The difference between the Cougars and Cardinal was obvious.


  • Coug fans: Head out early because of I-90 work

    Coug fans headed to Seattle for the game Saturday should be aware that Interstate 90 near Snoqualmie Pass has, um, issues this weekend.

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