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In 2016, to commemorate its first 100 years, the Pac-12 Conference named athletes of the century in all its sports.
Anthony Gordon and Morgan Weaver were back in the spotlight last week.
While the university puts plans in place to combat and mitigate the novel coronavirus that’s already afflicted more than 1,500 Washingtonians, Pat Chun is busy figuring out what’s next, and what’s best, for WSU’s athletic department.
One week removed from the NCAA’s decision to cancel its basketball tournaments, spring sports and indefinitely suspend other organized team activities, WSU AD Pat Chun spoke with reporters to discuss how the changes have impacted student-athletes in Pullman, the financial impact and what they mean for upcoming events such as spring football and Pro Day.
Sam Jankovich, who died in his sleep early Wednesday morning at the age of 85, was sometimes brusque, often polarizing, combustible, fiercely loyal. Also wise counsel and enduring friend.
Jankovich began his tenure at Washington State in 1968 as an assistant on Jim Sweeney’s football staff.
Johnson took over as WSU’s interim athletic director in 2017 after former AD Bill Moos left the school for the same job at Nebraska.
Each year, the athletics department’s accumulated deficit – the amount it “owes” to other departments at the school – grows. Today, for example, the school’s Board of Regents is expected to hear a report that pegs the sports debt at $103 million by 2023, significantly higher than last year’s estimate.
Gonzaga’s Mike Roth and Washington State’s Patrick Chun are among 28 recipients of the NACDA Under Armour Athletic Director of the Year Award.
In his first 12 months as athletic director at Washington State, Pat Chun has turned over 25 percent of the staff, overseen a record year in fundraising and been the grateful witness to a charmed football season that set standards for everything from victories to GameDay gaga.
Spokesman-Review columnist John Blanchette talks with Washington State athletic director Patrick Chun, one year into him taking over the job.
Derek Bayley, who recently concluded his collegiate career at Washington State University, collected another Idaho Golf Association men’s amateur match play championship.
A internal investigation by Washington State University has found that over a three-year period, a former athletics administrator violated the school’s Title IX policies by making inappropriate comments in the workplace and demeaning employees because of their gender.
Washington State has officially named Patrick Chun as its new athletic director. Chun, who has spent the past five years leading the sports programs at Florida Atlantic University, will be introduced as a press conference in Pullman on Tuesday.
In a surprising move, Bill Moos was hired Sunday afternoon to become the athletic director at Nebraska. The school announced the hire in a news release. Moos leaves Pullman after more than seven years as the AD at WSU.
Athletic director Bill Moos, who decided to depart Washington State on Sunday to take the reins at Nebraska, also is leaving behind some deep Northwest roots.
Kirk Schulz, the new president of Washington State University, has introduced a plan to balance the budget of the school’s insolvent athletics department. But a piece of that plan has students in an uproar.
Washington State University’s new president says the school’s spending habits are “simply not sustainable.” But he plans to change that.
Washington State Athletics released its financial information for the 2015 fiscal year on Tuesday, and the Cougars were once again in the red.
Mike Leach addressed the media on Monday to talk about Saturday's loss and the upcoming game at Rutgers.