Dec. 11, 1999
PULLMAN, Wash. - The Washington State women's basketball team will look to get back to the .500 mark when it travels to Moscow for a game against Idaho, Sunday at 2 p.m.
The Cougars (2-3) are coming off an 82-66 loss at Gonzaga, Wednesday.- In that game, senior Jen Kerns (Coeur d'Alene, Idaho) scored 17 points, two shy of her career high, and has 35 points in her last two games.
Idaho (3-4) blasted Eastern Washington, 75-44, Friday and is seeking its third consecutive win in the series after the Cougars had captured the previous 10 contests.
WSU has three players averaging double figures in scoring led by senior Alke Dietel (Halle, Germany) at 13.6 points per game.- Sophomore Romie De Anda (El Paso, Tex.) is averaging a dozen points per game and Kerns averages 10.6 points per contest.
The Cougs are also hoping for more production from senior Tricia Lamb (Endicott, Wash.), an All-Pac-10 selection a year ago after averaging nearly 17 points per game (16.4).- This season, Lamb is averaging 7.4 points per outing.
Sunday's game will be the fifth away from home for the Cougars who won their only home game of the season, 61-60 over Eastern Washington, December 4.