Feb. 28, 2009
Final Score: WSU 51, No. 14/11 ASU 49
WSU's first five baskets were scored by five different players (Forrest, Rochestie, Baynes, Thompson, Casto).
WSU has won its last three games over ranked opponent (No. 14 Arizona State, No. 20/15 UCLA, No. 14/11 Arizona State).
The Cougars got their first win over a ranked opponent at home since defeating No. 23 USC, 88-86 in double overtime, also on senior day, March 3, 2007.
With his three 3-pointers Saturday, Klay Thompson took sole possession of the WSU freshman 3-point record...he now has 65.
The Cougars held the Pac-10's leading scorer, James Harden to 13 points...he was averaging 21.1 points per game.
Klay Thompson led the Cougars in scoring with 17 points, for the 11th time this season.
For the third-straight year, the Cougars played an overtime game on 'Senior Day.'
WSU played just its second overtime game of the season...won previous game 61-57 at Oregon State, Jan. 15.
Thompson missed his first free throw of his college career (24-for-25).
The 10,712 crowd marks the second-largest attendance for a WSU home game this season.
Arizona State did not score any second-chance points and had just one offensive rebound.