Check out photos from Cougar Athletics activities during Mom's Weekend 2013 HERE. Thank you to all who traveled to Pullman last weekend. We hope you enjoyed your visit to WSU.
Spokane Week kicked off Monday morning when WSU Director of Athletics Bill Moos stopped by KXLY's Good Morning Northwest Studio to talk about the events happening this week, and he gave the weather forecast for Saturday's Crimson and Gray game!
Check out the video below and click HERE to see the Spokane Week schedule of events, culminating with the Crimson and Gray game, Saturday at Spokane's Joe Albi Stadium.
Assistant track coach Mark Macdonald thinks hurdler/sprinter Shaquana Logan deserves consideration as Washington State's top student-athlete, writes The New Tribune's Dave Boling.
Read the full story, HERE.
How much dirt has been removed from the Football Operations Building construction site? Approximately 18,000 cubic yards and each truck haul carries about 10 cubic yards.
Follow the progress 24/7 at the live webcam HERE.
"As war loomed, a band of young men from Washington State College surprised themselves, their coach and their fans by nearly winning the NCAA tournament in 1941."
Seattle Times staff reporter, Jayson Jenks recounts the story of the 1941 Washington State College men's basketball team HERE.
Congratulations to the California women's basketball team, winners of the Spokane Regional, hosted by WSU and the Spokane Arena. The Bears defeated Georgia, 65-62, in overtime and advanced to the Final Four in New Orleans.
WSU and the Arena will host the 2014 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championships Second and Third Rounds. More information can be found on the Spokane Arena website HERE.
Washington State University will retire John Olerud's uniform No. 18 prior to its March 30 (noon start time) game against Stanford at Bailey-Brayton Field.
In May 2011, Olerud sat down with me for a feature in the Winter 2011 edition of Washington State Magazine. The story focuses on Olerud's recovery from a brain aneurysm while at WSU, his faith, and how he applied that faith to a medical challenge with his daughter Jordan, who was born with a chromosome disorder.
Many more topics were discussed during the interview, including memories of playing for legendary coach Bobo Brayton, flirting with .400 with the Toronto Blue Jays during the 1993 season, and the Seattle Mariners' historic 2001 campaign.
Read excerpts from that interview HERE
WSU Cougars on Google+ WSU Cougars on YouTube
MOST RECENT POSTS
Official Website of Washington State University Athletics | Bohler Athletic Complex | PO Box 641602 Pullman, WA 99164-1602 | 1.800.GO.COUGS