March 1, 2012
COUGARS CONCLUDE HOMESTAND
The Washington State baseball team concludes its seven-game homestand hosting Northern Colorado for a three-game set, March 2-4...first pitch is scheduled for 3:30 p.m., Friday, noon, Saturday and 11 a.m., Sunday.
TEAMS AT A GLANCE
Washington State is 5-2, including 4-0 during its current homestand...Cougars are 215-189 under Donnie Marbut, who is in his eighth season as the head coach of the Washington State program and ninth overall in Pullman...Carl Iwasaki is in his ninth year leading the Northern Colorado program...Bears are 0-4 in 2012 after being swept at home last weekend by North Dakota State...Northern Colorado was outscored 58-12 in the four-game series.
SPEED ON THE BASES
Washington State has 17 stolen bases this season, second in the Pac-12 behind Arizona's 19...five-different Cougars have multiple thefts led by seniors Kyle Johnson and Tommy ichards and sophomore Nate Blackham with three each.
Washington State leads the Pac-12 with a .986 fielding mark and has committed four errors, fewest in the conference.