By Eric Sorensen, WSU News PULLMAN, Wash. – Richard Daugherty, a Washington State University archaeologist who led the excavation of the Ozette village site, “the Pompeii of America,” and numerous other key Northwest finds, died Saturday of bone cancer. He was 91.
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 […]
EVERETT — WSU Womens Basketball Coach June Daugherty begins life with the defibrillator that doctors installed in her chest Thursday. The device will monitor her heartbeat and restore it to normal, if necessary. They expect her to be released from the hospital within a couple of days and to recover fully. For the full story, and […]
Women’s head basketball coach June Daugherty suffered cardiac arrest Tuesday afternoon and is currently recovering at the Providence Everett Medical Center, according to her husband and associate head coach Mike Daugherty. Daugherty, who was hired to direct the Cougar women’s basketball program April 20, had arrived at an Everett medical clinic for a scheduled physical […]