WSU Athletics will continue to abide by University, Pac‑12, local, and state health and safety guidelines throughout the Fall 2021 season.
Regents are expected to set tuition rates for the 2021–2022 academic year, review designs for WSU Vancouver’s new Life Sciences Building, and consider revised athletics budgets and financial planning, among other actions.
If approved, the plan would keep the Department of Athletics on track with deficit-reduction goals for financial reserves and retiring long‑term debt.
WSU is the No. 9 seed in the Mercado Region and is set to play the No. 8 seed South Florida in the first round of the tournament Sunday, March 21 in Austin, Texas.
The naming of the football field inside Martin Stadium and halting the use of SAT and ACT test scores in the admissions process were among the actions taken by the WSU Board of Regents during its meeting on Friday, March 12.
Exceptional student athletes and leaders from WSU’s history are being recognized by current student athletes as part of Black History Month.
Led by sophomore Noah Williams’ career-high 40 points, The WSU men’s basketball team locked down its first winning season since 2011 with a triple-overtime 85‑76 victory over Stanford on Saturday.
The WSU community is invited to gather virtually and cheer on the Cougars as they take the field against the Oregon Ducks on Saturday as part of an online event organized by WSU Global Connections.
Several university organizations, including WSU Global, the WSU Alumni Association and WSU Athletics are hosting events this season for fans who are rooting responsibly away from Pullman.
All games, including football and basketball, will be played without spectators, and WSU Pullman will not host tailgating opportunities, consistent with public health and safety directives.