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.
The NBA champion joins Steve Puidokas as only the second Cougar to have his jersey retired in the history of the men’s basketball program.
WSU athletes helped host the annual Butch’s Bash, a free holiday season event for children of all ages in the Pullman community.
The Cougars will take on San Diego at 6:30 p.m. Friday in Honolulu, Hawaii in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
The winningest team in WSU women’s soccer history heads into Friday’s College Cup game against top-seeded North Carolina with a 16-6-1 record. Kickoff is at 4 p.m. Dec. 6 at Avaya Stadium in San Jose. Fans unable to make the trip can watch the game on ESPNU.
The facility will feature a 1,300 square-foot locker room, a 1,500 square-foot weight and cardio room, academic area, team meeting room, areas for Cougar equipment, nutrition and athletic medicine, coaches offices as well as recognition of Cougar Baseball’s storied history.
WSU football kicks off its 2019 season on Saturday. Here’s how you can bring the Cougar spirit and the sounds of Martin Stadium into your office.
Washington State Athletics is focused on maximizing revenue and stewardship of its resources – among other goals – as it looks to the future.