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Nothing instant about MLB replay

Nothing instant about MLB replay

Beau Baily | Evergreen columnist

April 9, 2014

I spent far too many minutes last week watching Mike Scioscia and Bob Melvin chewing their gum on the baseball diamond deciding if they wanted to challenge a call or not.They’d slowly walk out of the dugout and go stand by the umpire saying apparently nothing while their assistants would go and watch t...

Cougar offense battles back on day six

Cougar offense battles back on day six

Evan Baron | Evergreen football reporter

April 9, 2014

Ever since the Cougars put on the pads, the intensity has increased, resulting in more fights breaking out between defensive and offensive players. Day six was no exception. “It’s always like that, it’s always going to be intense when the pads come on,” junior running back Teondray Caldwell said....

Cougar tennis in crunch time

Jonah Simental | Evergreen tennis reporter

April 9, 2014

The No. 47 ranked Washington State women’s tennis team is back in action today as No. 70 ranked Denver Pioneers will be in town for a 10 a.m. showdown in Pullman.The Cougars are currently 16-8 and 2-5 in the Pac-12 following a convincing win over the Washington Huskies.“This team can beat anybody ...

Spring to June; WSU women’s basketball coach receives contract extension

Michael-Shawn Dugar | Evergreen sports editor

April 8, 2014

After leading her WSU women’s basketball team to a 17-win season and berth in the WNIT, the first for Washington State since 1991, Head Coach June Daugherty has been rewarded.WSU Athletic Director Bill Moos announced Monday he has extended Daugherty’s contract through the 2018-19 season.Terms of...

Let the optimism begin

Brent Atkinson | Evergreen columnist

April 8, 2014

Seattle Mariners fans are far too accustomed to their boys in blue letting them down season after season. There have been few seasons since their last playoff berth in 2001 where the Mariners have come dangerously close to making the playoffs.  The far more frequent scenario is the club being overhyped ...

WSU baseball invades Tri-Cities for BYU showdown

WSU baseball invades Tri-Cities for BYU showdown

Chris Shaw | Evergreen baseball reporter

April 8, 2014

The city of Pasco is about to experience a heat wave. The WSU Cougars travel from Bailey-Brayton Field to play a single game tonight against the Cougars of Brigham Young University. The game, called the Cougar Diamond Classic, will count as a home game for WSU. It will also be the team’s next cha...

WSU freshman excel in Spokane; veterans struggle at Stanford

Adam Loewy | Evergreen track and field reporter

April 7, 2014

Spectators at the Stanford Invitational witnessed two breakout performances from junior Abby Regan and senior Ruby Roberts, while fans in Spokane watched freshman Kyle Farmer lead the charge at Sam Adam’s Classic.In Spokane, Farmer jumped out to an early lead in the 100-meter dash on his way to a seas...

WSU rowing takes third in San Diego

WSU rowing takes third in San Diego

From staff reports

April 7, 2014

Against some of the best teams of the nation, the No. 14 ranked Washington State women’s rowing varsity eight finished in third place in the San Diego Classic held throughout the weekend at Mission Bay.After Saturday’s performance, the Cougars had qualified all four boats to their respective Grand Fin...

Cougs dominate Dawgs

Jonah Simental | Evergreen tennis reporter

April 7, 2014

The Cougar tennis team earned in-state bragging rights on Friday after serving up a 4-0 shutout against the rival Huskies in Pullman.“The UW match is always an emotional match, and I am proud of our players for staying tough, playing for each other, and battling for the win,” WSU Head Coach Lisa...

Cougar volleyball cruises in spring tournament

Bridgette Larsen | Evergeen volleyball reporter

April 7, 2014

Piling up victory after victory, the Washington State volleyball team eventually walked away from its spring tournament undefeated.Each match was a best-of-three sets contest instead of the standard best-of-five sets contest the team plays in the fall. Regardless, the Cougars had no problem dominating each ...

A clean sweep; WSU baseball takes down Cal at home

A clean sweep; WSU baseball takes down Cal at home

Chris Shaw | Evergreen baseball reporter

April 6, 2014

Nerves ran high on Sunday afternoon at Bailey-Brayton Field as the WSU Cougars and California Golden Bears battled for 10 innings in the final game of their three-game series. The Cougars eventually prevailed 6-5 on a walk-off RBI single by senior Michael Monda in the bottom of the 10th inning that score...

WSU offense sputters on day 5 of spring practice

WSU offense sputters on day 5 of spring practice

Evan Baron | Evergreen football reporter

April 5, 2014

Junior linebacker Darryl Monroe saved the day for the defense after making a vicious hit on junior running back Teondray Caldwell during the final play of the team scrimmage at practice Saturday afternoon. The offense was verge of scoring, and grabbing its second straight win against the defense in the scrimmage portion of ...

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