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Daugherty's return warms Cougs despite loss

The Washington State Cougars put matters in perspective after Friday's loss to Stanford in the Pac-12 tournament quarterfinals at KeyArena in Seattle. The Cougars were simply happy to have head coach June Daugherty sitting behind them and offering a few pointers during timeouts. Daugherty missed…

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Idaho’s Kyle Barone, the leading rebounder in the WAC, has 11 double-doubles this season. (Associated Press)

Idaho, Barone at home one final time

It's been two weeks since the Idaho basketball team played at Cowan Spectrum. In that time, the Vandals have won two out of three and had their seed (and opponent) determined for next week's WAC tournament. But before the postseason starts, they play their last…

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Zags to face LMU in semifinals

It's probably safe to say that Gonzaga, at the beginning of the week, wasn't expecting to see Loyola Marymount in the WCC semifinals. But the ninth-seeded Lions have pulled off three upsets in three nights, the latest a 60-58 win over No. 4 Santa Clara…

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Stanford ends Washington State's season

Junior forward Chiney Ogwumike powered for 23 points and 21 rebounds Friday night as Stanford knocked off Washington State 79-60 in a Pac-12 Conference quarterfinal at KeyArena is Seattle. The top-seeded and fourth-ranked Cardinal (29-2) will play either Washington or Colorado in Saturday's semifinals. WSU,…

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Cougars trail by 12 at halftime

Washington State trails Stanford 35-23 at halftime of Friday's Pac-12 Conference tournament quarterfinal at KeyArena in Seattle. The Cougars haven't been able to stop 6-foot-4 junior forward Chiney Ogwumike, the Pac-12's player of the year, who has 17 points at halftime. WSU fell behind by…

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Daugherty will sit behind WSU's bench

Washington State head women's basketball coach June Daugherty, who had an appendectomy on Thursday, will sit behind the Cougars' bench as a spectator for tonight's Pac-12 Conference tournament quarterfinal against Stanford in Seattle. Daugherty's husband, Mike, will serve as interim coach, as he did for…

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