Seen & Heard on Planet Coug

JOE DAHL WILL be headed to the Baltimore Ravens with the 70th overall pick in the NFL draft if CBS Sports' latest forecast is accurate. Meanwhile, in hoops, CBS' Jon Rothstein says Que Johnson is eyeing nine schools -- including four on the West Coast -- in his transfer plans.
April 15, 2016

OUCH! Lia Galdeira to leave WSU, turn pro

WASHINGTON STATE women's basketball has taken a big hit as star guard Lia Galdeira announced she will forego her senior season at WSU to play professionally in Europe.
July 3, 2015

Katie Grad sizes up WSU women's hoops outlook

AFTER TWELVE DAYS, the bitter taste of the WSU women’s basketball team’s loss to Eastern Washington in the WNIT is starting to wane. As a player, you critique every aspect of a game, whether you win or lose -- everything from the precision of the angles of your offensive cuts and field-goal percentage, to your defensive footwork and execution of the game plan written on the white board in pregame.
March 30, 2015

Seen & Heard on Planet Coug

RIAN LINDELL, the outstanding placekicker on WSU’s 1998 Rose Bowl team before embarking on a 14-year NFL career, is already signed for the 2015 season. The Vancouver, Wash., native is all but sealed and delivered to join the coaching staff at Seattle’s Garfield High this fall.
March 23, 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