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Cross-country takes home win at Sundodger Invitational

From staff reports

September 21, 2015


Filed under Co Ed, Sports

For the second year in a row, the cross-country men’s team beat out University of Washington for the team win at Sundodger Invitational.It was a tight race Saturday morning that could have swung in either direction: the Huskies on the west side of the state or the Cougars on the east. The top ten run...

Cross-country travels to Seattle

Cross-country travels to Seattle

CASIE MOE | Evergreen cross-country reporter

September 18, 2015


Filed under Co Ed, Sports

Transitioning from the shorter distances in the first meet of the season at Colfax, the Washington State University cross-country team will have more time to find their legs in the upcoming invitational at Lincoln Park in Seattle on Saturday.The course at Lincoln Park is a favorite to jumpstart the cross...

Fitness for all types: CrossFit club caters to all types of athletes

CASIE MOE | Evergreen reporter

September 10, 2015


Filed under Club Sports, Co Ed, Sports

Fitness across the board is the goal for the CrossFit Club.Originally, CrossFit was a grassroots garage gym with a few people. Since then it has spread word-of-mouth and has been growing ever since. Senior Alex Milton joined CrossFit when it was still in its garage stage at age 13 to help him get read...

Cross-country strides to strong finish in Colfax

From staff reports

September 3, 2015


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Breezing past the competition, Washington State cross-country dominated on Tuesday night in Colfax in its first meet of the season, the Clash of the Inland Northwest.“We’re a little more conservative this time [versus last year] and we executed pretty well,” said WSU Director of Track & Field ...

Cougar cross-country readies for the Clash at Colfax Golf Course

Cougar cross-country readies for the Clash at Colfax Golf Course

From staff reports

September 1, 2015


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The Cougar runners will lace up their spikes today as they head to the Colfax Golf Course for the Clash of the Inland Northwest meet to open up the cross-country season.The smoke from the surrounding wildfires will not keep local teams like Gonzaga, Eastern Washington, Whitworth, Lewis-Clark State and ...

Cross-Country readies for season with new recruiting class

From staff reports

August 28, 2015


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The men’s and women’s cross-country teams are running into the 2015 season with a strong group of freshmen to boost the already accomplished squads.Last year was current Director of Cross-Country and Track & Field Wayne Phipps’ first year at the helm, although it did not in any way hinder the p...

Track gets bit by UW

Track gets bit by UW

From staff reports

May 4, 2015


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A few individual performances were silver linings for the Washington State Cougars Track and Field team on Saturday as it lost a dual meet to the University of Washington.The UW women defeated the Cougs 99-64, and the men 113-50.“I was disappointed in the team scores,” Head Coach Wayne Phipps said. ...

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...

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