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Sports lab serves students and athletes alike at WSU

Sports lab serves students and athletes alike at WSU

STEFFEN STROUP | Evergreen reporter

April 30, 2015


Filed under Co Ed, Sports

Hidden away in the lower floors of Smith Gym exists one of Washington State University’s newest laboratories.In the Exercise Physiology and Performance Laboratory (EPPL), there is as much physical effort exerted as the mental effort typical of science labs.Instead of studying microscopic cells or ...

Track breaks records in the sun

From staff reports

April 20, 2015


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Individuals on the Washington State Track & Field team continue to etch their names in the record books this season.This time it was C.J. Allen, who ran the ninth fastest 400m hurdles time in WSU history, Saturday at the 57th Annual Mt. SAC Relays in Walnut, Calif. The sophomore from Allyn, Washingto...

Track falls short at Stanford Invitational

From staff reports

April 6, 2015


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Head Coach Wayne Phipps said his Washington State Track & Field team didn’t accomplish everything it set out to last weekend at the Stanford Invitational, but it was junior CharLee Linton who ran a school record in the women’s 10,000m.Linton ran the race in 34:03.69, good for 11th place. She said P...

Swift start for WSU track & field team

From staff reports

March 25, 2015


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The Washington State Cougars’ track & field team wrapped up its Los Angeles tour with several first-place finishes at the inaugural Jim Bush Team Invitational in UCLA’s Drake Stadium.On a rare Tuesday competition, the Cougars had one day off after competing in the Trojan Invitational at USC last ...

Track catches sun and PR’s in LA

From staff reports

March 23, 2015


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Part of the Washington State track and field team spent the weekend in Los Angeles, competing in the USC Trojan Invitational.Many Cougars had strong performances, especially in the javelin completion. Redshirt freshman Bradly Stevens threw the javelin a personal best 219-10, which was good for fourth plac...

Cross country hits the end of the line

Cross country hits the end of the line

From staff reports

November 17, 2014


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In what turned out to be its last race of the season, the Washington State cross country team fell short at the NCAA West Regional Championships.In order to advance to the nationals, the men and women needed to finish in one of the top two spots. In what head coach Wayne Phipps called a “disappointing...

Cross country strides toward Regionals

From staff reports

November 14, 2014


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The WSU Cross Country team looks to outrun its competition at the NCAA West Regional Championships. In what could turn out to be the season’s most grueling meet, the Cougar men and women will send a total of sixteen runners to the Regional Championships today at Stanford, according to wsucougars.com.“W...

Cross country has nothing to fear

From staff reports

October 31, 2014


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As the season wraps up, the Washington State cross country teams seek to scare away the competition during the Pac-12 Championships in Oakland.Both the men and women race today in the teams’ last races before NCAA Regionals. The Cougar women will take to the 6-kilometer course at 10 a.m. while the...

Cougar women win Pre-nationals

From staff reports

October 20, 2014


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The Washington State University women’s cross country team took home the winning title at the Indiana State Pre-Nationals Invitational on Saturday in Terre Haute, Indiana.The Cougars’ standout senior Abby Regan finished second in the women’s race, completing the 6-kilometer course in 21:31.3. ...

Running to the postseason

Running to the postseason

Nate Asbury | Evergreen cross country reporter

October 17, 2014


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The Washington State cross country team will split its ranks on Friday and head to both the ISU Pre-Nationals Invitational in Terre Haute, Indiana and the Inland Empire Challenge meet in Lewiston, Idaho.A select group of men’s and women’s runners will run at the LaVern Gibson Championship Cross C...

Hitting the road; cross country gears up for Stanford Invitational

From staff reports

September 26, 2014


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After a strong outing last weekend at the Sundodger Invitational, tomorrow the Cougar cross country team travels to the Stanford Invitational. The meet will feature nearly 3,000 competitors in a group consisting of high school, collegiate and unaffiliated runners. The four Pac-12 schools at the meet will be...

Lacing up

Lacing up

From staff reports

September 18, 2014


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The meet features seven Pac-12 schools: Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford, UCLA, Utah, UW, and WSU. Other schools competing at the meet will be Boise State, Indiana, Northern Arizona, Oklahoma, Portland, Villanova and Virginia.This will be the first time this season that the Cougs have run a full-lengt...

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