This Week In Cougar Athletics History
Jan. 13, 1997
Freshman Joanna Smith scored a season-high 20 points, including 18 from 3-point range, to lead five Cougars in double-digits in WSUís 109-79 romp over Southern Utah at Pullman.
Amy Saneholtz had a career-high 18 points, Yvonne Kunze added 17, and Cathy McNeely chipped in a career-high of her own with 16 points. Jennifer Ludwicki completed the quintet with 10 points.
The Cougars, who improved to 6-7, set school records with a 63.8 percent shooting effort and 3-point field goals (13).
Jan. 19, 1980
Stuart House led all scorers with 19 points, and Bryon Rison added 18, all coming by the way of the charity stripe, to lead WSU to a 62-52 come-from-behind win at Oregon.
Rison, who converted 18-of-20 free throw attempts, fueled a 12-2 Cougar run midway through the second half with two steals and six free throws. Rison helped bring WSU back from a 39-37 deficit to a 49-41 lead with six minutes to play.
House scored 13 of his game-high point total in the first half to stake the Cougars to a 26-23 halftime lead.
Donald Collins added 16 for the 13-3 Cougars, who claimed their fourth straight win at McArthur Court.
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