WAZZU WEEKLY: The legend continues for Charlisse Leger-Walker

Wazzu Weekly April 14, 2023

SAM TAYLOR, Evergreen sports co-editor

WSU women’s basketball senior Charlisse Leger-Walker broke some news April 4 while speaking with student media about her future.

However, WSU men’s basketball senior TJ Bamba announced his next college Friday: Villanova.

WSU club wrestling has made strides in 2023 and came home from Nationals with medals and two All-American freshmen. One of the All-American wrestlers, Petra Bernsten began wrestling because someone close to her told her she couldn’t.

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Petra Bernsten: Freshman All-American pins and wins for WSU

Petra Bernsten earned All-American honors at Nationals March, 2023 in Puerto Rico.

Charlisse Leger-Walker to return for her senior year

WSU guard Charlisse Leger-Walker (5) drives toward the basket during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game against Arizona in Beasley Coliseum, Feb. 20.

WSU baseball

WSU pitcher Grant Taylor throws a pitch during an NCAA baseball game against Southern Indiana, Sunday, March 5, 2023, in Pullman, Wash.

Baseball ready to climb Pac-12 standings with home stand against Wildcats 

Cougs up to the task as they rout Seattle U Wednesday

WSU rowing

WSU rowing battles with No.17 OSU on Snake River

WSU tennis

WSU tennis heads to the Golden State looking for a golden ticket 

WSU tennis remains winless in Conference play with seven straight losses

WSU women’s golf

Habgood paces Cougs with top 30 finish


The NBA Playoffs are here. Hear what Evergreen columnists Erick Aguilar and Joseph Ruto have seen so far.

Hardwood Hypothesis week 26: FINALLY … the wait is over, NBA playoffs commence

NBA opens playoffs with play-in tournament


Beau Braden
Jalen Carter in a Seattle Seahawks uniform.

The 2023 NFL First-Year Player Draft is around the corner and Evergreen columnist Beau Braden knows where the top-ranked prospects are headed to start their NFL careers, including a former Coug.

Beau Talks Mocks: Beau Braden’s 2-round NFL Mock Draft

NFL to allow players to wear jersey No. 0

Calvin Ridley will be the first player to wear No. 0 with the new rules.

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After all that reading, you deserve a relaxing afternoon at Bailey-Brayton Field. Thank you for reading and Go Cougs!