CFC TV: 2 rookies to watch in WSU men's hoops

ERNIE KENT will welcome six new players today at WSU's first regular basketball practice of the season. Former Cougar women's star and current analyst Tia Presley weighs in on who's who.
October 2, 2015

Seen & Heard on Planet Coug

JUST-GRADUATED Washington State women’s basketball star Tia Presley wasn’t drafted or offered a free-agent tryout by the WNBA, but the high-scoring guard is entertaining pro offers from teams in Europe, WSU’s sports information department tells
June 22, 2015

Sizing up Tia Presley's WNBA draft prospects

ALL THE DRAFT talk around Cougarville these days centers on Xavier Cooper, Vince Mayle and Connor Halliday, but there’s another Crimson Soldier whose name increasingly is coming up as a top 36 overall possibility. Her name is Tia Presley and when the WNBA draft unfolds today, there’s a solid chance the star guard’s name could be called.
April 15, 2015

Cougals' season ends with a thud

WASHINGTON STATE'S women's basketball season which started out with huge expectations ended in a thud symbolic of the way the season went for the Cougars: close but not close enough.
March 18, 2015

CouGals let tourney opportunity slip away

SEATTLE – June Daugherty has never met an overstatement she did not cherish when discussing her beloved Washington State women’s basketball team. When the Cougars were preparing for the Pac-12 tournament earlier this week, Daugherty casually mentioned to reporters that the Cougars “can beat anybody in the country.”
March 6, 2015

NEW: Cougs banged up in tournament ouster

WASHINGTON STATE started ice cold against No. 9 Arizona State in the second round of the Pac-12 tournament, missing their first nine shots. Still, the Cougs’ defense kept them in it and they only trailed 19-16 at the break. But with their two stars temporarily leaving the game with injuries and grimacing the rest of the way, ASU put it away in the second half and the Cougs fell 67-48.
March 6, 2015

June D: Galdeira puts on ‘Superwoman kick'

SEATTLE – Once upon a time, the Oregon Ducks and just about everyone else beat Washington State like a drum in women’s basketball. Of course, that was before Lia Galdeira arrived in Pullman.
March 5, 2015

UNSTOPPABLE: Galdeira comes up huge for WSU

LIA GALDEIRA was the Pac-12's second-leading scorer this season but Thursday was just ridiculous. The junior guard splashed a career-high 34 points in Washington State's 64-62 win over Oregon in the first round of the Pac-12 tournament.
March 5, 2015