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Washington State University captured three singles matches but came up short in its upset bid as No. 28 Nebraska rallied for a 4-3 victory Friday afternoon at the Nebraska Tennis Center.
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Jennifer Hamson and Haley Steed scored 14 points apiece and No. 23 BYU defeated San Diego 64-50 on Saturday.
The Cougars (22-5, 11-2 West Coast) shook off a home loss to San Francisco on Thursday, using a 19-0 run in the second half to break away from a one-point lead.
Kristen Riley had 12 points and 13 rebounds and Lexi Eaton scored 11 points for the Cougars.
The Brigham Young Cougars have played every team on its 2012 schedule at least once before. Did you know that BYU has an all-time won-loss record of 116-118-7 against its 2012 regular season opponents?BYU has a winning record against five of them, a losing record against four of them, and the series is tied with three opponents. BYU has never lost to two of the opponents, and has...
Washington State Quotes:WSU Head Coach Ken BoneOn the game..."They (Cougars) worked hard, they followed the scout and we feel as a staff that they did the best they could, they really battled and we put ourselves in the position to win the game. Down the stretch Arizona made certain plays and we didn't, similar to the UCLA game we lost. Down the stretch they scored some...
The No. 29 Nebraska women's tennis team will host Washington State and Miami (Ohio) this weekend at the Nebraska Tennis Center.
Arizona was able to beat Washington State on Thursday in a difficult game. Read on to see WildcatAuthority.com grade Arizona's individual performances.
Alex Earl and Janae Fulcher each scored 11 points as the Arizona State women's basketball team staved off a furious Washington State rally in the closing minutes to defeat the Cougars, 47-42.
Washington State University junior Liudmila Vasilieva extended her win streak to 15 as the Cougars defeated Miami (Ohio), 5-2, Saturday morning at the Nebraska Tennis Center.
The Arizona State women's basketball team plays its final home game of the 2011-12 season on Saturday (2 p.m. MT) when it hosts Washington State at Wells Fargo Arena. Saturday's game will be the final at home for Sun Devil seniors Kali Bennett, Kimberly Brandon, Alex Earl, Olivia Major and Haley Parsons, who will be honored in a ceremony following the game.
Story of the night for the WSU Cougars on Thursday.
Brock Motum scored 28 points, but missed four of five free throws in the closing minutes as Arizona was able to post a 76-72 Pac-12 victory.
The Cougars (13-13, 5-9) have lost five of their past seven games.
As the final road game approaches, the Arizona State Sun Devils (8-18, 4-10) will look to salvage something out of their final four games of a forgettable basketball season. This Saturday night, ASU will play guest to the Washington State Cougars (13-13, 5-9) where the Devils will actually look to sweep the season series between the two.
DaVonte Lacy scored 17 points and Brock Motum added 16 as Washington State routed Arizona State 72-50 on Saturday. The Cougars (14-13, 6-9 Pac-12) jumped to a 10-0 lead and held the Sun Devils (8-19, 4-11) to single digits throughout the first half, leading 36-8 at the break. The eight points represent the fewest allowed by WSU in a first half since the shot clock was introduced...
The Washington State University men's basketball team (13-13, 5-9) welcomes the Arizona State Sun Devils (8-18, 4-10) to Pullman, Saturday, Feb. 18 at 5 p.m. in a televised event on ROOT Sports NW.
Jennifer Hamson and Haley Steed scored 14 points apiece and No. 23 BYU defeated San Diego 64-50 on Saturday. The Cougars (22-5, 11-2 West Coast) shook off a home loss to San Francisco on Thursday, using a 19-0 run in the second half to break away from a one-point lead. Kristen Riley had 12 points and 13 rebounds and Lexi Eaton scored 11 points for the Cougars.
The No. 28 Nebraska women's tennis team outlasted Washington State to notch a hard-fought 4-3 win at the Nebraska Tennis Center on Friday afternoon.
Washington State University dropped a 90-51 Pac-12 Conference decision to University of Arizona Thursday evening.