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WSU baseball drops game 2 to Oregon

Chris Shaw | Evergreen baseball reporter

April 18, 2014


Filed under Men's, Sports

For the second night in a row, starting pitching failed the WSU Cougars on the baseball diamond. The Oregon Ducks guaranteed a win over the Cougars with a 6-3 victory on Friday night. Junior Tanner Chleborad gave up six runs on eight hits over 5 2/3 innings of work, which gave the Ducks’ pitching staf...

No luck with Ducks; WSU baseball struggles in Oregon

No luck with Ducks; WSU baseball struggles in Oregon

Chris Shaw | Evergreen baseball

April 18, 2014


Filed under Men's, Sports

The WSU Cougars did not receive a warm welcome on Thursday night when they  arrived at PK Park to play the No. 10 Oregon Ducks. In the first game of a three-game set, the Ducks pounded the Cougars relentlessly. When the ninth inning ended, the scoreboard read 11-1, ending the game which began as a blowout ...

East Coast competition for crew

Daniel Rodriguez | Evergreen rowing reporter

April 18, 2014


Filed under Sports, Women's

The WSU women’s crew team will travel out of state this weekend to face some of the top teams in the nation.The Cougars travel to Clemson, S.C., to take on steep non-conference competition at Lake Hartwell.“I think when you have an event with 21 teams, you do not have an opportunity to have a down race,” said...

Soccer seeks to down Pilots in spring game

Robin Dich | Evergreen soccer reporter

April 18, 2014


Filed under Sports, Women's

As the spring season is near the end, the WSU soccer team will face a proven but familiar foe Saturday on the pitch. The Cougars will travel to Beaverton, Ore., to face the Portland Pilots.The Cougars look to rebound from last weekend’s defeat by the WSU men’s club team, in which the women were sh...

Cougar tennis takes a swing at Oregon in home finale

From staff reports

April 18, 2014


Filed under Sports, Women's

The Cougars take the court in Pullman for the final time this season, signifying the last hoorah for seniors Olga Musilovich and Emily Funabiki.The Oregon Ducks come to town to face the No. 45 ranked Washington State tennis team tomorrow morning on the outdoor tennis courts.WSU (17-10, 2-7 Pac-12) will con...

Cougar track and field competes in relays

Adam Loewy | Evergreen track and field reporter

April 17, 2014


Filed under Co Ed, Men's, Sports, Women's

The Cougar track and field team will send 32 competitors to the Mt. SAC Relays in Walnut, Calif., where it will be a familiar sight for sophomore Christiana Ekelem. Ekelem is a sprinter from Etiwanda, Calif., which is about 45 minutes from where she will be competing.  She said she is excited for the opportunity to compete in fron...

Pound the rock

Pound the rock

Dustin Brennan | Evergreen columnist

April 17, 2014


Filed under Men's, Sports

Spring guarantees a few things will happen during WSU football practice. Quarterbacks will take their snaps from the shotgun, wide-outs will be especially busy catching passes, and Head Coach Mike Leach will yell his fair share of four-letter words.All of these things, except for maybe the last one, a...

Cougar baseball duels with Ducks

Chris Shaw | Evergreen baseball reporter

April 17, 2014


Filed under Men's, Sports

Pac-12 rankings are up for grabs this weekend as the WSU Cougars take on the Oregon Ducks in Eugene, Ore., for a three-game series. Both the Ducks and the Cougars enter the matchup with 7-5 records in the conference, which makes the series all the more important to win. A win for the Cougars will no...

Women’s basketball adds foreign forward to 2014 class

From staff reports

April 17, 2014


Filed under Sports, Women's

Head Coach June Daugherty continues to build up the WSU women’s basketball program, and the next piece of the puzzle comes in the form of a 6-foot-2 forward from Australia.Daugherty announced yesterday that Park Orchards, Victoria, Australia native Louise Brown has signed a National Letter of Inte...

Defense dominates day 10 of WSU spring football

From staff reports

April 17, 2014


Filed under Men's, Sports

WSU redshirt junior linebacker Darryl Monroe said the defense entered Thursday’s spring football practice with a chip on its shoulder, and it showed out on the field.The roar of the defensive celebrations grew louder as the 11-on-11 period went on as the momentum began to shift toward the second half...

Women’s golf avoids last place on final day of tournament

From staff reports

April 16, 2014


Filed under Sports, Women's

The stiff competition at the Silverado Showdown left the Cougar women’s golf team in the back of the pack after three rounds of play.Washington State was not able to battle adversity in the final round of the Silverado Showdown held in Napa, Calif., Tuesday morning which resulted in a 14th place f...

Strong start for Smoak signals potential playoff push for M’s

Strong start for Smoak signals potential playoff push for M’s

Beau Baily | Evergreen columnist

April 16, 2014


Filed under Men's, Sports

Two weeks into the season, the bats of the Seattle Mariners possess a little more sizzle than in years past.It’s been 12 years since the Mariners played a meaningful game in October, and it is going to take a lot more than a sample size of just 10 games to lure fans out of the apathetic purgatory ...

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