Three more names got added to the senior wall in the locker room.
The Cougars handed out their season awards at a recent team dinner hosted by Carmento Floyd at the President's House.
Katie Grad and Carly Noyes each garnered second team honors while Ireti Amojo received honorable mention.
Lia Galderia led the Cougars with eight points and seven rebounds.
WSU's Lia Galdeira scored 18 points in the 73-60 defeat to No. 6 California Thursday.
Washington State vs. No. California
CAREER: Appeared in 120 games, third-most in WSU history...started 18 games...scored 269 points, grabbed 279 rebounds and recorded 61 assists and 55 steals...scored in double figures four times...four-time Pac-10/12 all-academic selection.
RS-SENIOR (2012-13): Appeared in 30 games and started the final 12 games...averaged 2.3 ppg and 2.1 rpg...made 21 steals and recorded seven assists...hit two threes, scored eight points, grabbed eight rebounds and made three steals in win over BYU...scored a season-high 11 points and grabbed five boards at No. 14 Louisville...had seven points and two steals against Oregon...scored six points and grabbed four rebounds in overtime win against Oregon State...had seven rebounds in win at Arizona...scored seven points in win over USC...had six rebounds at Oregon...scored four points against No. 6 California...made a steal and played 16 minutes in the Pac-12 Conference Tournament opening round win over Arizona State...earned Pac-12 All-Academic second team honors...presented the team's Coaches Award.
RS-JUNIOR (2011-12): Appeared in 31 games and made four starts...averaged 1.6 ppg and 2.9 rpg...recorded 28 assists, 14 steals and one block...scored four points at Wisconsin and at South Dakota State...grabbed three rebounds against Michigan and Prairie View A&M at the Paradise Jam in the Virgin Islands...had two points and four boards in the win over UC Riverside...hit a three at No. 11 Ohio State...hit a three and grabbed four rebounds in the win at Oregon...grabbed five boards in the win over Utah...had five rebounds against Colorado...scored a season-high five points and grabbed four rebounds against Washington...had four points, three boards and a block at No. 4 Stanford...started at USC and had two points and two assists...had five points and four rebounds in a start at UCLA...started at Arizona State (Feb. 18) and grabbed a season-high six boards...recorded two points, two steals, three assists and four rebounds in the home win over UCLA...grabbed four rebounds in the opening round win over Oregon State at the Pac-12 Tournament...had three boards and three assists in the quarterfinal round win over USC in the Pac-12 Tournament...earned Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention.
RS-SOPHOMORE (2010-11): Appeared in 29 games....made one start...averaged 1.3 ppg and 1.0 rpg in 7.9 mpg...recorded 11 assists and six steals...scored four points against South Dakota State...started and grabbed a season-high seven rebounds in 17 minutes against USC...posted season-highs of seven points and 18 minutes against UCLA...scored five points in 10 minutes against Stanford...registered four points in 17 minutes at Stanford...scored five points at UCLA...earned Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention.
RS-FRESHMAN (2009-10): One of seven Cougars to appear in each of the team's 30 games in 2009-10...is also just one of eight Cougar freshman in NCAA history to play in 30 games in a single season...made first-career start against Nevada...scored a career-high 12 points against both Nebraska and San Francisco...had three double-digit scoring efforts on the season...led the Cougars with a career-high seven rebounds against Stanford...averaged 3.7 points, 3.3 rebounds, 0.5 assists and 0.5 steals in 18.1 minutes per game...named Pacific-10 Conference Academic honorable mention.
FRESHMAN (2008-09): Redshirt season...suffered a foot injury during WSU's exhibition season that required surgery.
Four-year letterwinner at Auburn-Riverside High School playing for head coach Adam Barrett...led team to four consecutive appearances at the state tournament, three consecutive South Puget Sound League titles and back-to-back state championships...three-year team captain...named honorable mention All-SPSL as a FRESHMAN...as a SOPHOMORE named second-team All-SPSL...voted league co-most valuable player as a JUNIOR...garnered honorable mention All-America honors from The Sporting News and was also named first-team all-area...as a SENIOR was named the 3A Washington State Tournament's Most Valuable Player en route to leading team to its second-consecutive state championship...named state player of the year by the Tacoma News Tribune...garnered first-team all-state from both the Seattle Times and the Seattle PI after averaging 21 points, 11 rebounds and five steals per game...voted league most valuable player...selected to play in the Northwest Shootout and was one of 12 players from Washington to be nominated for McDonald's All-America...set 12 school records including career points, career rebounds and career steals...did not miss a game or practice in four years...played club basketball for Barrett's Auburn Riverside...also lettered twice in soccer and four times in fast pitch...named all-league in soccer as a junior...named first-team all-league in fast pitch as both a sophomore and junior...also named second-team all-state as a junior after leading squad to a fifth-place state finish.
Born in Seattle...parents Dennis and Lori Grad...brother Cameron...uncles Brent Lewis and Darrel Grad attended WSU.
|Points||12 (twice), Last - San Francisco (12/19/09)|
|FG Made||4 (twice), at Montana State (12/11/09)|
|FG Attempts||13, at Nebraska (11/22/09)|
|3-Point FG Made||2 (twice), Last - BYU (11/24/12)|
|3-Point FG Attempts||4 (twice), Last - USC (1/23/10)|
|Free Throws Made||4 (three times), Last - Arizona (1/7/10)|
|Free Throw Attempts||6, San Francisco (12/19/09)|
|Rebounds||8, BYU (11/24/12)|
|Assists||3 (twice), Last - at USC (3/8/12)|
|Steals||3, BYU (11/24/12)|
|Blocked Shots||1 (four times), Last - at Stanford (1/19/12)|
|Turnovers||4 (twice), Last - San Francisco (12/09/09)|
|Minutes||32, at UC Riverside (11/28/12)|