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Track divides and conquers in Seattle, Albuquerque

From staff reports

February 16, 2016


Filed under Co Ed, Sports

In a double-meet weekend, WSU track and field athletes came together to set personal and season bests.Half the team went to the Husky Classic meet at Dempsey Indoor Facility in Seattle and the other to the Don Kirby Elite/Open in Albuquerque, New Mexico, at the Convention Center.At the Husky Classic...

Track splits road trips to Seattle, New Mexico

CASIE MOE | Evergreen track and field reporter

February 12, 2016


Filed under Co Ed, Sports

The WSU track and field team is nearing the more intense part of its season in coming meets as they prepare to move into outdoor competition.The team will split this weekend to attend both the Don Kirby Elite Invitational in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and the Husky Classic in Seattle. Both meets will take ...

Track sets records in Indoor Practice Facility

From staff reports

February 8, 2016


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At home for the Cougar Indoor/Multis Meet, the athletes sporting crimson and gray broke and set new personal bests. There were upwards of 24 personal records set at the completion of the second day of competition at Pullman’s Indoor Practice Facility.Highlights included standout junior Alissa Brooks...

Competition gets stiffer in track and field’s home meet

Competition gets stiffer in track and field’s home meet

CASIE MOE | Evergreen track and field reporter

February 5, 2016


Filed under Co Ed, Sports

The final indoor home meet for the WSU Track & Field team is a two-day event that starts Friday, Feb. 5. Held at the building shaped like an oversized igloo, the unmistakable WSU Indoor Practice Facility will give WSU the advantage during this sporting weekend.Unlike their first home meet, the competiti...

Rivalry weekend for track and field in Seattle

Casie Moe | Evergreen track and field reporter

January 29, 2016


Filed under Co Ed, Sports

Trekking to Husky territory, WSU will bring the confidence of their early season wins to the UW Indoor Track and Field Invite.So far, WSU Director of Cross Country/Track & Field Wayne Phipps has been impressed by the success of many members of the team and his coaching staff to prepare the athletes.“Wha...

WSU Open Indoor meet yields record breaking performances

From staff reports

January 25, 2016


Filed under Co Ed, Sports

When the 14th Annual WSU Open Indoor Track & Field meet officially started on the second day of competition, only a few people were aware of it.In the center of the building, between the straight-away set up for hurdles and the pole vaulters running their warmups, the long jumpers quietly began compe...

Track opens season at home with WSU Open meet

Track opens season at home with WSU Open meet

CASIE MOE | Evergreen track and field reporter

January 22, 2016


Filed under Co Ed, Sports

‘Go big and go home’ is the new track and field motto.Becoming the biggest indoor track and field event ever held at WSU, the Cougars have the home field advantage for the two-day open meet this Friday and Saturday.WSU’s 14th Annual Open meet also brings together the surrounding colleges so it make...

Track team successful in opening meets

From staff reports

January 19, 2016


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One team, split between three locations, yet the WSU track and field athletes still found success across the board despite the separation.The single competitor from WSU to make his way to Boise, Idaho, won the race he came to contend for. In the Ed Jacoby Invitational, junior Dino Dodig took first for...

Track and field spreads out across region for opening meets

Track and field spreads out across region for opening meets

CASIE MOE | Evergreen track and field reporter

January 15, 2016


Filed under Co Ed, Sports

There are many moving parts and variables in track and field.The first official meet for WSU is no exception. There will be three different locations the team will be traveling to start off the season. One athlete will be heading to the Ed Jacoby Invitational/Multis in Idaho, the throwers and a couple...

‘You’ve got to stay’: Bill Moos implores students to stay for the Cougar game on Saturday

‘You’ve got to stay’: Bill Moos implores students to stay for the Cougar game on Saturday

CASIE MOE | Evergreen reporter

November 17, 2015


Filed under Co Ed, Sports

Bill Moos’ weekly radio show opened with a plea Monday directed at the whole Washington State student body: stay and support the Cougar football team this Saturday.The WSU director of athletics led Cougar Calls with co-host Jason Gesser, the Cougar Athletic Fund’s assistant director of development,...

Men’s cross-country qualifies for NCAA Nationals

Men’s cross-country qualifies for NCAA Nationals

CASIE MOE | Evergreen cross-country reporter

November 16, 2015


Filed under Co Ed, Sports

The men’s cross-country team is not done yet.The Washington State men’s cross-country team has advanced as a team to the NCAA National Championship in Louisville, Kentucky on Nov. 21 after taking sixth overall at the NCAA West Regional Championship in Seattle, Friday.“Our work is not done; getti...

Cross-country heads over the mountains for NCAA regionals

Cross-country heads over the mountains for NCAA regionals

CASIE MOE | Evergreen cross-country reporter

November 13, 2015


Filed under Co Ed, Sports

As the season draws to a close, the cross-country team returns to a familiar course to race for a chance to continue its season.Depending on how the Cougars execute in Seattle at the NCAA West Regional Championship today, the Washington State harriers could see their season end.The top two teams from each regi...

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