This Week In Cougar Athletics History
Feb. 10, 1996
Donminic Ellison converted 6-of-10 field goal attempts, including 4-of-7 from outside the arc, to propel the Cougars to a 70-65 win over Oregon at Pullman,
The Cougars led 35-27 at the half, but three times in the second half the Ducks cut WSU's lead to two points or less. However, on each occasion, Ellison answered the Ducks' challenge with a basket, including his fourth 3-pointer with 1:11 remaining that extended the Cougars' lead to 67-63.
Ellison finished with 16 points while teammate Isaac Fontaine led WSU with 19 points and Shamon Antrum added 14. The trio shot a combined 9-of-18 from 3-point territory.
Feb. 14, 1998
Freshman Tricia Lamb scored a season-high 17 points and added 10 rebounds, five assists and five steals leading Washington State to a 75-67 over Oregon State at Corvallis.
"Lamb had a super game both offensively and defensively," WSU Head Coach Harold Rhodes said.
Lamb led a quartet of Cougars who scored in double figures as Alke Dietel and Yvonne Kunze scored 12 points each and Jennifer Kerns added 11 coming off the bench.
In breaking a five-game skid, the Cougars used a 14-4 run during the opening eight minutes of the second half to overcome a 38-37 OSU lead at the break.
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