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WSU wins on Casto shot

TUCSON, Ariz. — DeAngelo Casto hit a twisting layup with 0.1 seconds left to give Washington State a 78-76 victory over Arizona on Friday night.


Washington State Cougars

RECORD: 11-3 overall, 1-1 Pac-10 COMING UP: Friday at Arizona, 5:30 p.m., FSN; Sunday at Arizona State, 11:30 a.m., FSN.


Cougs top Beavers

PULLMAN – The score was reminiscent of a bygone era of Washington State University basketball. You know, oh so long ago when the Bennetts, Dick and Tony, were the coaches.


Referees didn’t mess this one up

PULLMAN – Returning to the scene of Thursday evening’s crime, the heavy vibe at Friel Court not 48 hours later suggested that 5,967 grudge-holders had come looking for a new …


Cougars edge Beavers

PULLMAN, Wash. — Freshman Reggie Moore had a career-high 19 points as Washington State beat Oregon State 65-60 on Saturday.


Cougs’ celebration comes bit too early

PULLMAN – Oregon’s Malcolm Armstead grabbed Klay Thompson’s miss with 6 seconds left in the second overtime, raced the length of the court, scored and was fouled with a half …


Prep teammates reunited in Cougar Hardwood Classic

SEATTLE – Since Washington State University began playing a yearly non-conference basketball game in Seattle’s KeyArena, the Cougars have found a way to win. But none of the first four …


Cougs discover their shooting touch

KENNEWICK – In the course of the non-conference season, the Washington State University women’s basketball team has struggled to make shots. Home, road, it didn’t matter. The Cougars entered Saturday’s …


WSU plays Portland St. in Tri-Cities

PULLMAN – Not many non-conference college basketball games carry the subtext as today’s Washington State University contest with Portland State. There’s the site, the Toyota Center in Kennewick, the second …


Cougars endure at Arena

When Air Force officers travel to Spokane, they are often headed to the base at Fairchild, home of the service’s survival school. There they face intense pressure, trials that stretch …


Cougs, crew to be tested at Arena

It has nothing to do with the Mayans or the end of the world, but 3/19/10 has a strong connection with 12/12/09. At least on the Washington State University calendar.


WSU in final

The Washington State University Cougars ran their record to 5-0 with a 78-69 win over Nicholls State on Friday in Anchorage, Alaska, and, as a result, moved into the championship …


WSU outlasts Eastern

Klay Thompson wasn’t having his best night. Washington State University’s sophomore guard missed his first six shots. He powered his way to the free-throw line 14 times, but missed five …


GU, WSU to host NCAA women’s tournament games

The NCAA Women’s Basketball Committee has selected Gonzaga to host the first two rounds of the 2011 tournament at McCarthey Athletic Center with the regional finals the next weekend at …


Cougars add point guard

PULLMAN – It was about 10 days ago Washington State University men’s basketball coach Ken Bone said the Cougars probably wouldn’t sign another incoming freshman for the fall. But the …


Tony takes flight

PULLMAN – Washington State University men’s basketball coach Tony Bennett surprised his players, his assistants and the school administration Monday by accepting an offer to become the head coach at …


Sterk vows to quickly find new coach

PULLMAN – With Tony Bennett’s surprising announcement Monday that he was leaving Washington State, the immediate concern of athletic director Jim Sterk is the future. As in replacing a guy …


Blanchette: Both sides have cause to give thanks

So what does a basketball coach owe you, exactly? Does he owe it to you to stay three years? Five years? Ten?


Cougars clobber Ducks

Freshman Klay Thompson scored 25 points, hitting five-of-six 3-pointers, as Washington State beat Oregon 67-38 Thursday night in Pullman, handing the Ducks their 12th consecutive loss.


Cougars lose at Stanford

Lawrence Hill scored 20 points and Stanford snapped a three-game losing streak, beating Washington State 65-54 on Thursday night.


Cougars wander to desert

TEMPE, Ariz. – There are a few challenges awaiting the Washington State men’s basketball team on its Pac-10 swing through Arizona this week. Some are obvious.