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Area roundup: Former WSU baseball players selected to minor league All-Star games

Former Washington State pitcher Adam Conley was selected to start the Triple-A All-Star Game for the Pacific Coast League and former Cougar third baseman Nick Tanielu started for the West in the Single-A Midwest League All-Star Game.

Conley, a second-round pick by the Miami Marlins in 2011, owns an 8-2 record with a 2.33 ERA and 62 strikeouts over 89 innings in 15 Triple-A starts for New Orleans this season. The lefty from Olympia made his major league debut with Miami earlier in June, pitching a scoreless inning of relief on June 10.

Tanielu, a 14th-round draft pick by the Houston Astros in 2014, was selected for the West after hitting .304 with two home runs, 13 doubles and 34 RBI in 65 games for Single-A Quad Cities.

Cougars, Eagles set opponents

Washington State and Eastern Washington released their 2015-16 men’s basketball nonconference opponents this week.

The Cougars announced on Monday they will play eight home nonconference games, with the first on Nov. 13 against Northern Arizona as part of a season-opening six straight in Pullman. The marquee matchup at Beasley Coliseum comes on Dec. 2 as WSU hosts Gonzaga.

EWU, the defending Big Sky Conference champions, should face their toughest test on Dec. 9 at Davidson, the defending Atlantic-10 regular-season champ.

• For complete lists of games, see Scoreboard /B6

Fram joins Flames’ prospects camp

Spokane Chiefs defenseman Jason Fram is participating in the Calgary Flames development camp this week in Calgary, Alberta.

The camp, which began on Monday and runs through Friday, includes 42 Flames’ prospects – 18 defensemen – with a mix of drafted and undrafted players.

Fram, as Chiefs captain, scored nine goals and a team-leading 53 assists in 70 games during the 2014-15 season.

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