The Daily Evergreen

Andrew’s luck runs out against Seattle

Kurt Schroeder Evergreen columnist

October 3, 2013


Filed under Sports

 Start – Jordan Cameron, TE, BrownsCameron already has five touchdowns on the season and is ranked second for his position among fantasy tight ends. At 6 foot 5, Cameron has been Cleveland's go-to guy in the red zone. Combined with quarterback Brian Hoyer’s hot start and a lack of other receiving thre...

Cougars battle Bears and Cardnial in the Bay

Cougars battle Bears and Cardnial in the Bay

Adam Loewy Evergreen Swimming reporter

October 3, 2013


Filed under Sports, Womens

The WSU women’s swimming team is ready to dive back into the pool and build off of their ninth place finish in last year’s Pac-12 championships.The Cougars will start the 2013-14 season with a road meet against last year’s Pac-12 champions and the No. 2 ranked team in the country, the Stanford Ca...

Cougars finish sixth

Daniel Rodriguez Evergreen Women's Golf reporter

October 2, 2013


Filed under Sports, Womens

Washington State Women’s golf battled the weather once again after play at the Rose City Collegiate in Aurora, Ore.The Rose City Collegiate tournament was forced to cut down to two rounds because of the inclement weather. Despite the extreme rain and wind conditions, the Cougars managed to stay at ...

Changing the date in Seattle

Chris Shaw Evergreen Football reporter

October 2, 2013


Filed under Mens, Sports

The 2014 Cougar Football schedule for next season changed Tuesday when the opener against Rutgers University moved from Friday, Aug. 29 to Thursday, Aug. 28.The teams will play the game in CenturyLink Field for the annual Seattle Game.“A large amount of our fan base is from the west side, and being a...

Kent shines as a senior Cougar golfer

Daniel Rodriguez Evergreen Women's Golf reporter

October 2, 2013


Filed under Sports, Womens

Senior women’s golfer Mallory Kent is keeping a family tradition alive.  Coming from a golfing family where both her sister and brother played at the college level, she was bound to end up playing in the NCAA.With a lot of new names on the team, Kent said she is that older mentor who can guide the n...

Brady still tops Peyton

Chris Shaw Evergreen columnist

October 2, 2013


Filed under Mens, Sports

It's no secret the Denver Broncos have quarterback Peyton Manning to thank for their 4-0 start; he's thrown for 16 touchdowns and zero interceptions in the first four games of the 2013 season. The buzz around the league says Manning is the best quarterback on the field right now, and possibly the bes...

A new day in Cougar Men’s Basketball

Shaun Knight Evergreen Men's Basketball reporter

October 2, 2013


Filed under Mens, Sports

The level of confidence among coaches and players about the upcoming season in WSU Men’s Basketball was widely manifested as the team held their first official on-campus practice Tuesday.The team, which spent the weekend in Lewiston as part of the annual off-campus team retreat, fielded questions from t...

Bred to serve up the competition

Bred to serve up the competition

Brett Gleason Evergreen Volleyball reporter

October 1, 2013


Filed under Sports, Womens

From her family friend’s backyard all the way to Bohler Gym, Tani Stephens has lived and breathed volleyball since childhood.Stephens, a freshman defensive specialist for the Washington State University volleyball team, was encouraged to play volleyball from a young age. Her family is full of volle...

Cougars remain confident after Stanford blowout loss

Cougars remain confident after Stanford blowout loss

Chris Shaw Evergreen Football reporter

October 1, 2013


Filed under Mens, Sports

Other than calling the “popcorn guy” awesome, Washington State Head Football Coach Mike Leach didn't say much else in his press conference Monday. The players were equally soft-spoken, just a couple of days removed from their loss to the Stanford Cardinal. Leach said he was pleased with the eff...

Del Rio is the right fit for Trojans

Evan Baron Evergreen columnist

October 1, 2013


Filed under Mens, Sports

After Lane Kiffin's firing following an embarrassing loss to Arizona State on Saturday, the USC football program is on the verge of hitting rock bottom.Since former USC head football coach Pete Carroll left the program in 2010, USC has not attained that level of leadership prestige. The mindset of...

Keep the Cougars in Pullman

Trevor Williams Evergreen columnist

October 1, 2013


Filed under Mens, Sports

The phrase “home sweet home” is starting to take on a whole new meaning for a Washington State University football team that has now lost three consecutive Seattle games.WSU's students and football team headed back to Pullman again following the Cougars’ devastating 55-17 loss to Stanford at Cent...

Following her family influences

Daniel Rodriguez Evergreen Women's Golf reporter

October 1, 2013


Filed under Sports, Womens

Guided by her father, Cherokee Kim had one goal in mind: to play golf at the college level.“My dad supported me financially, emotionally and in all aspects,” Kim said.As well as thriving off the help her father provided on her path to golfing success, Kim said she drew inspiration from watching he...

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