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Sept. 3: WSU Tri-Cities hosts Coug Night baseball
September 1, 2015

By Maegan Murray, WSU Tri-Cities

dust-devils-logoPASCO, Wash. – Washington State University Tri-Cities will host Coug Night at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 3, when the Tri-City Dust Devils face off against the Vancouver Canadians in minor league baseball at Gesa Stadium in Pasco.

Sports Science Lab works to improve college baseball
August 5, 2015

By Michelle Fredrickson, Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture

PULLMAN, Wash. – “Plug your ears.” Immediately after Jeff Kensrud says this, a cannon fires a 140-mile-per-hour baseball at a composite bat. The ball collides with a resounding clang, and both ball and bat ricochet backward.

Cougar baseball adds Friday night tailgate fun
March 6, 2015

PULLMAN, Wash. – A new tailgate gathering called the Bullpen is open 2 hours and 15 minutes before every Friday Washington State University home baseball game until 15 minutes before the first pitch.

Author recalls important inning of Mexican American history
July 30, 2014

FrairePULLMAN, Wash. – Baseball, family history and Mexican American community identity load the bases in a peer-reviewed article by a Washington State University administrator in the recent issue of the Indiana Magazine of History.

WSU lab shows some tricks have their limits
June 27, 2011

PULLMAN, Wash. – Some baseball superstitions are accepted as cold, hard truth. But in the world of physics, the most accepted verities are subject to experimentation.


A corked bat hits the ball further? Not in Lloyd Smith’s lab.

Baseballs today are livelier than in the past? See above.

Storing balls in a humidor can curb home run production? We’ll grant you that one, but only because Smith has fired the balls through a cannon and measured their bounciness as they hit a bat.

Smith, an associate professor in Washington State University’s School of Mechanical and Materials … » More …

WSU soccer beats Coug volleyball, 5-2
August 12, 2010








Slideshow and article by Tim Marsh, WSU Today



PULLMAN – The women’s soccer team squared off against the women’s volleyball team Wednesday evening, Aug. 11, at Bailey-Brayton field, in softball game that was all Cougars.


In the end, the Cougar soccer team beat their WSU volleyball counterparts, 5-2, in exhibition action. Head coaches
Matt Potter (soccer) and
Andrew Palileo (volleyball) led their teams. 
(Video below)


Donnie Marbut, WSU baseball head coach, was umpire.


Tied, 1-1, after its scheduled five innings, the game went into extra innings with soccer … » More …