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48th Annual Cougar Sports Banquet and auction
June 29, 2010

PULLMAN – The annual Cougar Sports Banquet and Auction featuring WSU Athletic Director Bill Moos and former WSU football standout Rueben Mayes is set for Aug. 19 at the Coeur d’Alene Resort and Convention Center.

 

Cougar head coaches and other former standout WSU student-athletes will also be at the event. Mayes played for WSU during the 1982-85 seasons and went on to a professional football career with the New Orleans Saints and the Seattle Seahawks. He is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame.

 

All proceeds will support WSU student-athlete scholarships. Tickets are $75 per person if purchased before Aug. 10 for … » More …

WSU intramurals teams sweep Pac-10 tournaments
March 26, 2009

(Men’s Team (from left to right): Mazi Samadi, AJ Mathews, Jason Curtis, Ryan Turnbow, Corey Wehr, Reid Schilperoort, Collin Castellaw, Allan Lowe, Kevin Kikugawa 
 Women’s Team (from left to right): Monica Boone, Ellen Miller, Holli Holbrook, Shawn Hennessey, Courtney Shoemaker, Rochelle Druffel, Mallory Puckett)

 

PULLMAN – WSU Men’s and Women’s intramural basketball teams were victorious at the Pac-10 Intramural Basketball Tournament, March 13 and 14.

 

The tournament was hosted by USC and UCLA in Los Angeles. It received attention from Fox Sports television and was attended by 17,000 fans. WSU Men’s team beat Arizona in … » More …

Four Cougars named to Pac-10 academic first team
March 25, 2009

Four WSU men’s basketball student-athletes have been named to the 2009 Pacific-10 Men’s Basketball All-Academic First Team.

 

They are Aron Baynes, Daven Harmeling, Nikola Koprivica and Taylor Rochestie. The four first-team representatives mark the most in WSU history.

 

Each of the last two seasons three Cougars have earned spots on the all-academic first team. Last year WSU set a school record with five all-academic honorees as Harmeling and Rochestie, along with Robbie Cowgill, earned first team accolades and Baynes and Koprivica were named to the second team.

 

A native of Cairns, Australia, Baynes carries a 3.24 grade point average … » More …

WSU second in the Pac-10 fitness challenge
November 3, 2008

PULLMAN – WSU came in second in the Pac-10 fitness challenge just short of first place’s Stanford.

 

Stanford surpassed WSU at 9:20 p.m. Friday night by logging 592,101 weighted minutes (661,566 total minutes). WSU had 564,167 weighted minutes (733,638 total minutes) of activity logged. WSU had most minutes in student participation, but WSU’s faculty and staff fell short of Stanford’s more active faculty and staff.

 

The University recreation staff would like to thank the 3,974 registered participants in the challenge. WSU had more total participants than any other university in the Pac-10 and 1,300 more participants than last year.

 

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Cougs in Pac-10 playoff; pumped for Stanford rematch!
March 8, 2004

With a 70-58 win on Saturday against California, the Washington State men’s basketball game earned a No. 8 seed in the 2004 Pacific Life Pac-10 tournament. The Cougars will face No. 1 seed Stanford in the first round of the tournament at 12:20 p.m. on Thursday at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The game will be broadcast via ESPN, and locally on the radio via 920 KXLY-AM. WSU lost to the Cardinals 63-61 last Thursday, March 4, when Stanford shot put an off-balance 25-foot desperation shot at the buzzer.This is the first time the Cougars have qualified for the tournament in 14 years. … » More …

Cougars nuke Sun Devils to grab Pac-10 lead
November 1, 2002

Papa Butch and Butch hitch a ride with mechanical engineering student Jonathan Molfino, aboard the Mini Baja car, which will debut at Saturday’s football game against Arizona State University at Martin Stadium. See story page 4. (Photo by Bob Hubner, WSU Photo Services.)