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Cougars fall to Wildcats, 65-55
February 25, 2008

PULLMAN – You could hear the relief in the voices of Arizona players and interim coach Kevin O’Neill.

 

Desperate for a win, Chase Budinger scored 22 points and Jerryd Bayless had all 20 of his points after the half to help Arizona upset No. 17 Washington State on Saturday night.

 

For a complete story and additional news links visit:

 

Seattle Times – WSU Men’s Basketball | Arizona knocks off No. 17 Cougars,http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/cougars/2004197911_webcougmen23.html

or Men’s Basketball | Arizona matchup dooms Cougars, http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/cougars/2004197981_withers24.html

 

Spokesman-Review – Arizona sweeps WSU with win in Pullman,http://www.spokesmanreview.com/breaking/story.asp?ID=13811

 

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Cougar basketball travels to Seattle
October 4, 2007

The third annual Sterling Savings Bank Night with Cougar Basketball, featuring Washington State Men’s Basketball Head Coach Tony Bennett and Women’s Basketball Head Coach June Daugherty, will take place, Friday, Oct. 19 at Bell Harbor International Conference Center (2211 Alaskan Way, Pier 66) in Seattle.

Festivities begin at 5:45 p.m. with a social and silent auction; dinner and the evening’s program begin at 6:45 p.m.

Individual tickets are $100 for WSU Athletic Foundation members and $125 for non-Athletic Foundation members. To RSVP please contact Todd Thrasher at 206-448-1330 or tthrasher@wsuwest.edu» More …

What a difference a year makes!
September 21, 2007

“They say we’re ranked seventh in the country in college basketball – that brings a lot of expectations and excitement for the upcoming season,” Coach Tony Bennett told the Pullman Kiwanis Club Thursday at their noon meeting in the Gladish Community and Cultural Center.

After a year of accomplishments and honors, the Cougar men’s basketball team hopes to use last year’s success to help springboard them into this year’s competition. “Last year was our “TAY” – turn around year,” said Bennett.  “We brought the program back to respectability.”

He described the … » More …