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Don’t break the bank; keep Ken Bone

Men’s basketball Head Coach Ken Bone addresses his team in a huddle during a home game against Utah, Jan. 12.

Robin Dich | Evergreen columnist

February 25, 2014

After reading tweets and other social media posts, I have gathered most Cougar fans’ dream scenario. WSU Athletic Director Bill Moos meets men’s basketball Head Coach Ken Bone in the locker room of the MGM Grand after another first round exit in the Pac-12 Tournament and gives Bone the boot.Speculati...

Lunch pail Yale

Junior outfielder Yale Rosen awaits an at-bat during a home game against Western Carolina, Friday, Feb. 21.

Chris Shaw | Evergreen baseball reporter

February 25, 2014

From an early age, WSU junior outfielder Yale Rosen was taught to work hard. He started working when he was 13 years old, splitting wood for $5 an hour. As Rosen grew older, he remembered what his parents told him about working for everything he wanted, both in life and on the baseball field.  “M...

Cougar golf brings up the rear after first two rounds

From staff reports

February 25, 2014

After finishing seventh in the shortened John A. Burns Intercollegiate last week, the Washington State University men’s golf team traveled to Somis, Calif., yesterday to compete in the Jones Sports Invitational hosted by Pepperdine.Play was suspended during the John A. Burns Intercollegiate due to t...

Fowl play in Eugene

Redshirt junior guard Dexter Kernich-Drew has the ball stripped by Oregon redshirt junior guard Joseph Young during a drive into the paint in the second half. The Oregon Ducks play the Washington St. Cougars at Matthew Knight Arena in Eugene, Ore., on Feb. 23.

Evan Baron | Evergreen men's basketball reporter

February 24, 2014

Washington State’s loss to the Ducks last night was a tale of two halves. WSU men’s basketball played with confidence in the first half, a confidence which was then snatched away in the second as the Cougars fell to Oregon by a score of 67-53.In the opening 20 minutes, WSU (9-18, 2-13) slowed the game ...

Cougar runners finish strong in home indoor finale

Adam Loewy | Evergreen track and field reporter

February 24, 2014

The Cougars track and field team shined in the men and women’s 200-meter sprint as they near the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Indoor Championships in Seattle. The WSU women finished 1-2 in the 200-meter with freshman Danielle Darden leading the way with a time of 25.17 seconds and runner up Bree Winfrey not far behind with...

WSU tennis splits home matches

WSU tennis splits home matches

From staff reports

February 24, 2014

 The No. 59 Washington State women’s tennis team (11-2) split a pair of matches Friday on the Simmelink Tennis Courts at Hollingberry Fieldhouse.WSU’s 5-2 defeat at the hands of No. 64 Houston in the first match of the day ended an eight-match winning streak.Houston snagged the opening doubles p...

Washington State baseball can’t find strike zone at home

Chris Shaw | Evergreen Baseball reporter

February 24, 2014

The Cougar pitching staff struggled again during the weekend, losing 13-1 and 8-6 to the Western Carolina Catamounts (4-2) in WSU’s first two home games of the season.             Sunday’s game was postponed because of snow, which means the teams will play a doubleheader today beginni...

Cougars outlasted by Catamounts in second game of series

Chris Shaw | Evergreen Baseball reporter

February 22, 2014

Opportunities came and went for the Washington State Cougars on Saturday afternoon as the Western Carolina Catamounts captured an 8-6 victory at Bailey-Brayton Field. The Catamounts secured at least a split in the four-game series behind a solid start by senior Jordan Smith, who gave up five runs on seve...

Cougar women beat by Beavers

Bridgette Larsen | Evergreen Women's Basketball reporter

February 21, 2014

Sophomore guard Lia Galdeira amped up the crowd with 15 points in the first half of Friday’s game against Oregon State (18-9, 10-5). However, her strong start was not enough for the Washington State women’s basketball team (14-13, 8-7), as they fell to the Beavers 67-53. It was the field goal s...

WSU baseball drops home opener to WCU

Chris Shaw | Evergreen Baseball reporter

February 21, 2014

On a cold night in Pullman, the WSU Cougars’ bats froze over as they lost 13-1 to the Western Carolina Catamounts on Friday night.  Playing their first home game of the year, the Cougars had tough luck facing Jeremy Null, the Catamounts starter who threw seven strong innings, allowing five hits a...

Baseball steps up to home plate for first time in 2014

Chris Shaw | Evergreen baseball reporter

February 21, 2014

Following a weekend filled with highs and lows, the Washington State Cougar baseball team will look to level itself into a rhythm of consistency as it begins its first home series of the year on Friday. The Western Carolina Catamounts (2-2) journey to Bailey-Brayton Field for a four-game series against...

3000 meters to victory; Ruby Roberts headlines WSU Indoor Open

Ruby Roberts competes in the 3000 meter run during the Cougar Indoor Invitational, Feb. 1.

Beau Baily | Evergreen Track and Field reporter

February 21, 2014

After a record-breaking weekend, the Washington State track and field teams return to Pullman on Friday to host the WSU Open II Indoor.The two-day meet serves as a tune up for many WSU athletes who will participate in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships the following weekend in Seat...

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