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10 questions with WSU alum, NBA star Klay Thompson

Klay Thompson on drive. Photo courtesy of Golden State Warriors.       COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho – During his second season with the Golden State Warriors, Washington State University basketball great Klay Thompson averaged 16.6 points per game in 82 games and 15.2 points in the postseason. Thompson teamed with Stephen Curry to form what Golden […]

Cougars bound for Madison Square Garden

  Photos by Robert Hubner, WSU Photo Services   Video by Tim Marsh, WSU Today PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) – Klay Thompson hit a key jumper, made two free throws and got two important rebounds in overtime to help Washington State beat Northwestern 69-66 on Wednesday night to advance to the NIT semifinals at Madison Square Garden. […]

NCAA rules two Cougar student-athletes ineligible

PULLMAN – The NCAA has ruled WSU student-athlete Dan Spitz ineligible for the first nine games of the 2010 season for violating the NCAA’s banned substance use policy.   Spitz, a redshirt sophomore defensive tackle on the Cougar football team, will be allowed to practice with the team throughout the season. Under the NCAA’s program, […]

WSU Athletics offers overview of 2009-2010

    PULLMAN – WSU Athletics has assembled a year-end overview of all its teams including academic honors, titles and records. Here are a few stats for the year:   2009-2010 Overall Record: 109-108-2 (.502) 2008-09 Conference Record: 36-69-2 (.346) All-Americans: 6 individuals for 6 awards All-Region Awards: 5 individuals for 5 awards All-Conference Selections: 33 […]

Future Cougars of Color visitors up 56 percent

PULLMAN – This year, the number of students registered to attend the Future Cougars of Color Scholars Program at WSU is 380 – the largest in the program’s history and an overall increase of 56 percent over previous years. Future Cougars of Color will take place on the Pullman campus April 1 and April 2. […]