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Stories tagged: wsu basketball

Cougs prevail over Cardinal

Deangelo Casto came up with a key block at just the right time, helping the Washington State University Cougars preserve a 1-point margin over Stanford.

Thompson gets a feel for Pac-10

PULLMAN – Klay Thompson may be only a freshman, but two games into the conference season the Washington State guard already understands how tough it is to win Pac-10 games. …

At a glance: Washington State Cougars

RECORD: 8-5 overall, 0-1 Pac-10 COMING UP: Today vs. California, 7 p.m.; Saturday vs. Stanford, 7 p.m., FSN

Stanford, California surprise prognosticators

PULLMAN – They seemed like the biggest shakeups to hit the Bay Area since the last temblor. California was losing sophomore Ryan Anderson to the draft. Ditto Stanford and the …

Zags, Cougs info on the go

Stay updated on the Washington State and Gonzaga men’s basketball teams, including live scores, on your mobile device. Just go to and for up-to-date scores as well as …

Huskies put on Coug suit

PULLMAN – If you haven’t been able to beat them, then you might as well emulate them. At least that seemed to be the University of Washington’s motto Saturday during …

Huskies expose Cougars’ flaws

PULLMAN – The sweat and grit of defense so purposefully rubbed into the finish of Washington State basketball over the past several seasons had a curious, perhaps even intentional side …

Cougars crumble, lose to LSU

To quote Tony Bennett, this one hurts. It hurt Saturday, when his Washington State Cougars tossed away a seven-point, second-half lead and lost 64-52 to Louisiana State before 10,585 at …

WSU’s Bemis has to bow out

The most valuable player on Washington State’s team is retiring midseason. Effective immediately Brynn Bemis is turning in her uniform.

Cougs handle Vandals

Aron Baynes had a big night as the Washington State University Cougars beat the Idaho Vandals 55-41 in Moscow tonight.