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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...

Women’s golf to travel to Oregon

Daniel Rodriguez | The Daily Evergreen

September 30, 2013


Filed under Sports

After the strong performance by senior Mallory Kent and the entire Washington State University women’s golf team, the Cougs hope to continue their start as they play at the Rose City Collegiate Monday, Sept. 30.The team will travel to Langdon Farms Golf Club in Aurora, Ore. for its second tournament of the year, playing at par 72.Joining Washington State will be host Portland State University, Oregon State, Boise State, Eastern Washington, Northern Colorado, Cal State Fullerton, Weber State, Sacramento State, Montana, UC Irvine, San Francisco, Cal Poly, Gonzaga, and Seattle.Competing in the Cup will be Kent, juniors Lindsay Harmon and Kristen Rue, sophomores Rachel Lewis and Nani Yanagi and freshman Cherokee Kim.Coach Kelli Kamimura said she has high aspirations for the team she has seen grow stronger week after week and is excited for what the team has in store.“They have developed their mindset, they are committed to leaving it all out there unconditionally, and they are ready to come out and showcase it,” said Kamimura.

Rowing overcomes weather

Daniel Rodriguez, Evergreen Rowing reporter

September 30, 2013


Filed under Sports, Womens

Even with the weather battling the Cougars in the first race of the season, women’s crew managed to record strong times at the Head of the Pend Oreille Regatta.Cougar Head Coach Jane LaRiviere was proud of the team’s performance in bad weather conditions.“It was cold and windy and I thought our...

Volleyball wins tight road contest against Oregon State

Brett Gleason | Evergreen Volleyball Reporter

September 30, 2013


Filed under Sports

The Washington State University volleyball team took down Oregon State 3-2 (26-24, 25-20, 20-25, 26-28, 15-9) to improve to 14-1 (1-1) on the season.The Cougs’ win over OSU (9-4, 0-2) guaranteed WSU an improved record from 2012 when the team finished 13-19.The Cougars took the first two sets befor...

Double kill in Seattle

Evan Baron | Evergreen football reporter

September 30, 2013


Filed under Mens, Sports

Riding a three game winning streak, the WSU football team had momentum Saturday night when they took the field at Century Link Field in Seattle and felt they could pull off the upset against No. 5 ranked Stanford.The Cougar defense ranked as one of the top defenses in the country, along with an offense that aver...

Volleyball recap

Brett Gleason

September 29, 2013


Filed under Sports

The Washington State University volleyball team took down Oregon State 3-2 (26-24, 25-20, 20-25, 26-28, 15-9) to improve to 14-1 (1-1) on the season.The Cougs win over OSU (9-4, 0-2) guaranteed WSU an improved record from 2012 when the team finished 13-19.The Cougars took the first two sets before droppin...

Cougars hope for rebound win

By Brett Gleason Evergreen Volleyball reporter

September 27, 2013


Filed under Sports, Womens

The Washington State University volleyball team hits the road this weekend to continue conference play after opening with a sweep at the hands of No. 2 Washington Wednesday.The Cougars (13-1, 0-1) will take on Oregon State (9-3, 0-1) tonight at 6 p.m. in a match televised on the Pac-12 Networks.“It...

Headed to the west side

By Chris Shaw Evergreen Football reporter

September 27, 2013


Filed under Mens, Sports

In the fifth game of the 2013 schedule, Washington State University football will face the fifth-ranked team in the country.Both the Cougars and the No. 5 Stanford will travel to Seattle to play Saturday night in a nationally televised game on ESPN.Even though the teams will play in CenturyLink Fiel...

Rowing opens season

Rowing opens season

By Daniel Rodriguez Evergreen Rowing reporter

September 27, 2013


Filed under Sports, Womens

With the National Championships coming up, Washington State University women’s rowing will travel to Priest River, Idaho to begin their 2013-14 season at the Head of the Pend Oreille Regatta Saturday.The Pend Oreille is a unique race and a good event for the community, Rowing Coach Jane LaRiviere sa...

Cougs play to stalemate in conference opener

By Kurt Schroeder Evergreen Soccer reporter

September 27, 2013


Filed under Sports, Womens

Goals do not come easy in Pac-12 play, and they are even harder to come by when teammates are blocking them.This was the case Thursday night as the Washington State women’s soccer team left Eugene, Ore., with a 0-0 double-overtime thriller against the hometown Oregon Ducks to open up conference play...

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