Posted March 09, 2014 on
PULLMAN — It was a fitting conclusion. A senior dominating on a night when he was honored. Forward D.J. Shelton, who most memorably delivered a thunderous tomahawk slam dunk with less than 9 minutes left to play, finished with 11 points and 14 rebounds to help fuel Washington State to a stunning 73-55 upset victory against UCLA before 3,142 fans Saturday night at Beasley Coliseum.
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SEATTLE – The Washington State women’s basketball team had yet to play a game this season when June Daugherty promised the Cougars would make their first post-season appearance In more than two decades. The veteran coach was not about to back down from that statement after the Cougars lost to Oregon State in the Pac-12 Tournament semifinals Saturday night.
WASHINGTON STATE'S high-scoring women's basketball team pulled off a rousing upset of second-seeded California tonight in the second round of the Pac-12 tournament in Seattle. After pouring in 107 points in their opening-round win over Oregon, the CouGals nearly hit the century mark again, winning 91-83
The Cougars, with the loss to USC Thursday, might have taken over the crown of The Worst Major-Conference Team in the Nation, and that might be what it takes for UCLA to finally get a conference road sweep...
NO GREAT LEAPS are required to presume Ken Bone’s tenure as Washington State’s men’s basketball coach is down to a matter of days. There is tremendous intrigue, however, in the approach athletic director Bill Moos will take in finding Bone’s successor.
SEATTLE — The event was titled A Night With Cougar Football and Washington State athletic director Bill Moos spent much of Friday evening at the Bell Harbor Conference Center discussing that program and the new Football Operations Building he hopes will enhance it. But that did not prevent CF.C from catching up with Moos afterward to discuss the state of the university’s basketball teams.