Found January 21, 2012 on Inside Bay Area:
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WASHINGTON STATE COACH Ken Bone long has insisted that his team was capable of beating -- or losing -- against any team in the Pac-12. The Cougars proved that again Saturday when they defeated California, 77-75, to earn their second consecutive win against the first-place team in the Pac-12 in front of 5,031 fans at Friel Court.

Granger, Naches Valley Remain Atop 1A Basketball Power Rankings

Washington State 1A Basketball Rankings - 23 Jan. 2012 1. Granger, South Central (12-2) A couple weeks ago, Granger faced Naches Valley in the most anticipated match of the 1A basketball season. Granger won the game 65-52 with a devastating full-court press and 20 points and five steals from dynamo Brandon Castro. The game handed Naches Valley its first loss of the season,...

'They just kept fighting and coming at us'

PULLMAN – The Pacific-12 Conference basketball season is a marathon, not a sprint. That fact had not escaped the Washington State Cougars as they prepared for games with Stanford and California. Still, a 1-4 start in league play, capped by a second-half collapse at Washington, made the Cougars appear more than a little bit vulnerable.

Tuivaiave Sold on Cougars

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M. Basketball. POSTGAME QUOTES: Washington State vs. California -

"Great win, similar to Thursday night. Stanford and Cal both came in here as first place and really proud of the guys coming in and competing hard leaving it on the floor and making good decisions down the stretch, all-in-all just battling and being warriors."

Track. Cougars Tally Solid Marks at Albuquerque Track Meet

Solid performances and good marks were produced by the select contingent of Washington State track and field competitors Saturday at the University of New Mexico Cherry and Silver Indoor Track & Field Invitational at the Albuquerque Convention Center.

W. Tennis. WSU to Host Four Opponents This Weekend

The Washington State University women's tennis team returns to Hollingberry Fieldhouse to host Seattle University at 9 a.m. and Portland State at 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 27. The Cougars will also host Montana State and Montana at 9 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 28.

M. Basketball. POSTGAME NOTES: Washington State vs. California

Faisal Aden led WSU with 24 points...has scored 57 points in last two games. Aden did not hit or attempt a 3-pointer...has not made a 3-pointer since at Utah Jan. 5...he's 2-for-15 in Pac-12 play from beyond the arc.

Cal hires Howard as defensive line coach

Todd Howard comes to Cal from Washington State as new defensive line coach.

W. Swimming. Cougar Swimming is Victorious in Seattle

The Washington State swim team earned their second victory of the season when they defeated Seattle in a dual meet at the Connolly Center Pool, Saturday.

W. Tennis. Cougars to Host Free Tennis Clinic Saturday

The Washington State University women's tennis team will host a clinic, Saturday, Jan. 21, from 11 a.m. to noon at the Simmelink Tennis Courts at Hollingbery Fieldhouse.

POSTGAME QUOTES: Washington State vs. California -

"Great win, similar to Thursday night. Stanford and Cal both came in here as first place and really proud of the guys coming in and competing hard leaving it on the floor and making good decisions down the stretch, all-in-all just battling and being warriors."

WSU Hosts Second-Straight Conference Leader as Cal Comes to Town Saturday

For the second-straight game Washington State University men's basketball (10-8, 2-4) will face the top team in the Pac-12 as it hosts California (16-4, 6-1), Saturday, Jan. 21 at 3:05 p.m. at Beasley Coliseum.

POSTGAME NOTES: Washington State vs. California

Faisal Aden led WSU with 24 points...has scored 57 points in last two games. Aden did not hit or attempt a 3-pointer...has not made a 3-pointer since at Utah Jan. 5...he's 2-for-15 in Pac-12 play from beyond the arc.
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