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‘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...

Back of the Pac: Cross-country overshadowed at Pac-12 Championships

From staff reports

November 2, 2015


Filed under Co Ed, Sports

The Cougars’ cross-country teams were spooked by their competition at the Pac-12 Championships Friday morning.The WSU harriers raced on their home course at the Colfax Golf Club as WSU was hosting the championship meet.Topping the charts for WSU were junior John Whelan and sophomore Michael Williams in the me...

XC hopes to spook competition at Pac-12 Championships

CASIE MOE | Evergreen cross-country reporter

October 30, 2015


Filed under Co Ed, Sports

Right before Halloween, the Washington State cross-country teams will settle on the starting line in a familiar fall setting.Hosting the Pac-12 Conference Championship today, the Cougars will stomp the grounds at the Colfax Golf Club. They know the twists, turns and dips of the course. More than that, the...

This week in athletics: Football success, XC to host Pac-12 Championships

This week in athletics: Football success, XC to host Pac-12 Championships

From staff reports

October 27, 2015


Filed under Co Ed, Sports

The gridiron alone has generated quite the buzz around Washington State athletics. In the span of a weekend, Cougar fans watched their team beat Arizona in Tuscon and had high hopes – now gone – that GameDay would come to Pullman for the game against Stanford on Halloween.Monday morning’s editi...

Former U.S. Olympian named WSU track and field assistant coach

From staff reports

October 22, 2015


Filed under Co Ed, Sports

Jumping into the fray is what new assistant track and field coach Brad Walker is known for.A nine-time USA Track and Field pole vault champion and the current record-holder for U.S. men’s pole vaulting with a height of 6.04 meters, Walker has quite the résumé. It was announced Wednesday evening ...

Pre-Nationals kind to Cougar runners

From staff reports

October 19, 2015


Filed under Co Ed, Sports

Running against nationally-ranked squads, the Cougar cross-country teams showed that they deserved their moment in the spotlight.The Pre-Nationals Cross Country Invitational on Saturday at "Tom" Sawyer Park in Louisville, Kentucky, was an important meet for teams vying for an at-large bid to the NCAA Champi...

Cheering up Saturdays

Cheering up Saturdays

CASIE MOE | Evergreen reporter

October 16, 2015


Filed under Co Ed, Sports

The ‘trust fall’ that is used to build confidence and teamwork in the work environment pales in comparison to those in cheerleading.The men throw woman upwards of 25 feet in the air. Other men are depended upon to catch them if they slip or fall. Sometimes the women have to help swing another teammate...

Cross-country splits up for races across the country

CASIE MOE | Evergreen cross-country reporter

October 16, 2015


Filed under Co Ed, Sports

Whether they are traveling across the country or staying local, members of the Washington State cross-country team will race this Saturday with the hopes of seeing improvement across the board.The top-seven runners from the men’s and women’s teams will be flying down to Louisville, Kentucky, to rac...

Cross-country comes out of Seattle with solid finishes

From staff reports

October 5, 2015


Filed under Co Ed, Sports

The bar was set for the level of competition as the WSU cross-country teams raced against nationally-ranked squads Friday afternoon.Racing in Seattle for the Washington Invitational, it was important to think ahead at Jefferson Park Golf Course. The Washington State men’s and women’s cross-country te...

Cross-country enters Husky territory for Washington Invitational

From staff reports

October 2, 2015


Filed under Co Ed, Sports

The Cougars are heading back to the dawg house, and have their eyes set on a run-away victory.The Washington State men’s and women’s cross-country teams will compete against the University of Washington – among other schools – today at Jefferson Park Golf Course in Seattle for the Washington In...

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