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Kedron Williams commits to Washington State

The OLB/SS prospect also held an offer from Boston College. WSU picked up its third commitment of the 2018 class when Kedron Williams of St. John Bosco in Bellflower, Calif., announced on Twitter that he intended to play his college ball in Pullman. Williams lists himself as a 6-foot-1, 192-pound outside linebacker/strong safety prospect, but he doesn’t yet have a profile on...
Via CougCenter
May 04, 2017

Washington State extends basketball coach Kent's contract

Via AP on Fox
May 03, 2017  |  Discuss

So now you’re a Washington State alum: The CougCenter commencement speech

Most commencement speeches are boring, sometimes self-serving affairs for the speaker. Our annual speech to the new graduate of Washington State University is decidedly different. Dr. Kirk Schulz steps to the microphone in Beasley Coliseum “It is with distinct honor and pleasure that I introduce a man who sat on the floor of this arena seven years ago to hear a speech decidedly...
Via CougCenter
May 03, 2017

Don’t ever bet against Gabe Marks

He didn’t hear his name called, but if four seasons taught us anything, Gabe Marks is just going to work harder. There’s a memory of Gabe Marks that’s been burned into my brain for almost five years. It has nothing to do with a game, and in a vacuum it’s just a touchdown in an early fall practice. But it explains a lot about what you’ll get from him. Marks, in just a simple...
Via CougCenter
April 30, 2017

NFL Draft Breakdown: Gabe Marks

After rewriting the WSU record books, the Cougar wide receiver looks to break through to the next level. Gabe Marks came to the Palouse as the first - and until the most recent recruiting cycle, only - four-star wide receiver recruit in the Mike Leach era. Originally committed to SMU, the Venice, California product rescinded his commitment to the Dallas school and flipped to Washington...
Via CougCenter
April 26, 2017

Cougars ready for the 2017 NFL Draft

A year ago around this time, there was some speculation Luke Falk could be preparing to hear his name called in the 2017 NFL Draft. Even just a few months ago, that was still a possibility. Falk opted to wait until 2018 and will instead watch a couple of his old teammates head to the next level. WSU has had a player drafted in each of the last four drafts. That streak should continue...
Via CougCenter
April 24, 2017

WSU prepares for 2017 spring game

Washington State will play a quasi actual football game this week as the Cougars head to Spokane for the Crimson and Gray game. It might not be quite as good as the real thing, but it will have to do until September. The spring game is a great opportunity for players further down the depth chart to make a big splash. It’s also a time for the stars to shine. That results in a lot...
Via CougCenter
April 17, 2017

Former Washington State football player tased after police allege that he resisted arrest

Former Washington State cornerback Treshon Broughton is facing charges of resisting arrest and obstructing a law enforcement officer, according to The Spokesman-Review, after he allegedly tried to buy a cigarette lighter with a fake $20 bill at a Spokane store. The incident happened on February 18, and according to The Spokesman-Review, the police report states that Broughton...
Via The Comeback
April 06, 2017  |  Discuss

Josh Hawkinson named a national senior All-Star

Cougar senior invited to play in the Reese’s college All-Star game At least one Cougar will get to take part in the Final Four weekend festivities as senior forward Josh Hawkinson has been invited to play in the Reese’s Division 1 College All-Star game. The game takes place on Reese’s Final Four Friday at the University of Phoenix Stadium. This game brings the best seniors...
Via CougCenter
March 30, 2017

Washington State Football: Luke Falk lacking praise for Cougars' turnaround

Via FOX Sports
March 29, 2017

Cougars take series from Cal State Northridge

The Cougars finished up a four game series on Monday The Washington State baseball team dropped their first home game of the season on Sunday against Cal State Northridge to bring their home record to 10-1. On Monday, the Cougars got back on their winning ways and took the finale of a four game series 6-4 to seal the series win. Cougar third baseman Shane Matheny started out the...
Via CougCenter
March 28, 2017

Cougars advances to third round of WNIT

Junior guard Pinelopi Pavlopoulou scored a career-high 20 points. What's better than your first ever post-season victory? The second one. The Washington State Cougars (14-19) dispatched the Wyoming Cowgirls (22-10) 68-67 in overtime to advance to the third round of the Women's National Invitation Tournament (WNIT) Saturday afternoon. After a thrilling 72-64 comeback win against...
Via CougCenter
March 19, 2017

Cougars advance to second round of WNIT

A slow start didn’t cost WSU the game Propelled by their havoc inducing defense, Washington State’s women’s basketball team defeated Brigham Young Thursday night, 72-64. The Cougs were able to claim the opening round game of the Women’s National Invitational Tournament despite a slow start and hot shooting from their opponent. WSU (13-19) looked a little out of its element...
Via CougCenter
March 17, 2017
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