IT NEVER IS about one play. But Washington State felt like it was building momentum when senior center Charlie Enquist corralled a rebound with about 3 minutes, 20 seconds left and the Cougars trailing by six points. Enquist then was stripped and Pittsburgh took control from there as WSU lost 71-65 in the decisive game of the best-of-three College Basketball Invitational on Friday.
PULLMAN — Charlie Enquist may have been out of gas, but he wasn't out of humor Monday night after turning in 27 critical minutes that helped propel Washington State to a 67-66 win over Pitt in the opening stanza of the CBI championship series. He referred to himself as LeBron James' long-lost cousin after scoring 9 points and dishing 2 assists in the dramatic victory.
Each day leading up to the Cougars' final regular-season home game against Washington, an interview with a senior will be posted to this website. Thursday's Q&A is with Charlie Enquist, a forward from Edmonds, Wash.
PULLMAN – Calling Dr. Enquist. Washington State senior post man Charlie Enquist, like his father, has earned a mechnical engineering degree at WSU. And just like his father, Enquist has decided not to pursue an engineering career.
Charlie Enquist scored 20 points and grabbed 13 rebounds to lead Washington State past Eastern Washington 75-49 on Saturday.
It was Enquist's first career double-double. Brock Motum and Reggie Moore each added 15 points for the Cougars (4-4) while Dexter Kernich-Drew scored 10.
Collin Chiverton led the Eagles (4-3) with 12 points and Tremayne Johnson added 11.
Via AP on Fox
December 03, 2011
Charlie Enquist scored 20 points and grabbed 13 rebounds to lead Washington State past Eastern Washington 75-49 on Saturday. It was Enquist's first career double-double.