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Women's Basketball, June Daugherty Help Palouse Community
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Release: 08/16/2011
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Aug. 16, 2011

Cougar Camps Photo Gallery

PULLMAN, Wash. - The Washington State University women's basketball team recently spent some time with the WSU Cougar Camps and Palouse Habitat for Humanity.

Cougar players Carly Noyes, Hana Potter, Rosie Tarnowski and Brandi Thomas all served as teachers during a basketball segment during WSU's Cougar Camps.

This past weekend, WSU head coach June Daugherty, her daughter, Bre and son, Doc all helped with the construction of a house just south of Uniontown as part of the Palouse Habitat for Humanity. The Daugherty's, women's basketball principal office assistant, Linda Rubenthaler, and members of the WSU Athletics' staff all worked alongside Sarah Kelley, whom the house is being built for.

Earlier this summer, WSU student-athletes from the football, men's basketball and volleyball teams also helped with the construction. Click HERE for the story and photos.

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