Done Deal: Lawhorn a Cougar no more

COUGFAN.COM HAS LEARNED through sources close to the situation, and confirmed moments ago with the WSU Sports Information Department, that junior college transfer Danny Lawhorn is no longer in school and will not play for Washington State. And with him goes the 15-18 minutes per game he was expected to contribute at the point for Wazzu. So how do the Cougs replace that?
October 11, 2013

3 clouds hover but Coug hoopers sound buoyant

PULLMAN -- Despite three clouds hanging overhead, Washington State players and head coach Ken Bone were buoyant Tuesday as the Cougs started on-campus basketball practices following three days behind closed doors in Lewiston. Much of the talk centered on new plans on defense, but freshman Ike Iroegbu chimed in that he's ready for a starting role at point guard.
October 1, 2013

WSU HOOPS: Offseason state of union with Bone

IF THE WSU BASKETBALL season started today – and, Ken Bone stressed, the opener is four months away – he would start Royce Woolridge at the point. In an exclusive interview with Cougfan.com this week, Bone said he also foresees plenty of minutes running the WSU point for junior college transfer Danny Lawhorn and incoming freshman Ike Iroegbu.
July 11, 2013

Seen & Heard on Planet Coug

IT'S NO Batmobile, but you have to admit the smile on your face would be ear-to-ear if the Cougar Cruiser pulled up next to you at a stop light. The silver and crimson Chevy has been making fast tracks around the state since hitting the road last month.
July 2, 2013

Why Cougar jump shooters are cheering today

WASHINGTON STATE'S signing today of junior college point guard Danny Lawhorn is far more than meets the eye. His joining the team instantly improves the offensive output of DaVonte Lacy, Royce Woolridge, Que Johnson, Dexter Kernich-Drew, Ikenna Iroegbu and Brett Boese.
April 17, 2013

PG makes it official by signing with Cougs

IT'S OFFICIAL, Danny Lawhorn is a Coug. The point guard out of San Jacinto College in Texas who was second in the nation among junior college players in assists this past season, after leading the country a year before, sent in his paperwork Wednesday morning. WSU officially announced his LOI a short time later.
April 17, 2013

Future Coug assist man talks WSU visit

WHEN FUTURE WSU point guard Danny Lawhorn committed verbally to Washington State two weeks ago, he did so sight unseen. That changed this weekend as the most recent member of Ken Bone's 2013 class took an official visit to the Palouse. So what were his impressions and will the ultra-quick, assist man out of San Jacinto junior college sign with WSU this week? He talked to CF.C about that and more.
April 14, 2013