Cougars beat Trojans in double overtime

The No. 13 Washington State Cougars beat the No. 23 University of Southern California Trojans, 88-86, in a double overtime game on Saturday to clinch the title of second place  in the Pac-10 Conference.

The Cougar’s Pac-10 second place finish tied the 1982-83 team for the best finish ever. The Cougars have never won a league title.

The last WSU team to win at least 24 games was in 1940-41, when the team won a school-record 26 games.

Taylor Rochestie, No. 10, contributed 21 points to help lead the Cougars to victory.

Aron Baynes, No. 11, scored a career best of 25 points

and Kyle Weaver, No. 25, had 15 points and 13 rebounds.

More information on the game is available at the following links:

* WSU ranked 11th and 12th nationally this week, see

* WSU Athletics — Tony Bennett Named Pacific-10 Coach of the Year; Derrick Low and Kyle Weaver earn All-Pac-10 Honors,

* ESPN and Seattle PI — WSU coach, two players, win Pac-10 honors,, and

* Seattle PI — WSU’s Bennett coach of the year,

* The Seattle Times — Cougs’ Low hits highs again on offense,

* The Seattle Times — Cougars’ Clark takes a slow road to finishing school,

* The Seattle Post-Intelligencier — Cougs outlast USC in 2OT,

* WSU Athletics — Cougars Beat Trojans In Double-Overtime Thriller, 88-86, To Clinch Second Place In Pac-10,

*The Seattle Times — Cougs outlast Trojans in 2OT,

Go Cougs!!

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