THE CHOICE WAS was so clear that a polling of the Cougfan.com brain trust yielded not a single word about the case to be made on his behalf. His name, all by itself, spoke volumes in the eyes of our panelists.
December 20, 2015
Laying out the details on the top stateside 2015 System Debuts in the Seattle Mariners system.
September 30, 2015
ALL-TIME WASHINGTON STATE saves leader Ian Hamilton might be moving into the starting rotation next season, but he proved he’s still a powerful presence out of the bullpen Saturday night at the Cape Cod League All-Star Game.
ALEX BRINK will be in Everett on Sunday to toss out the first pitch for CougDay with the Aqua Sox, presented by WSU Connections. The first 1,000 fans will receive a Felix Hernandez bobblehead.
MATT BOWER has joined five former Washington State baseball players in the minor leagues who made their pro debuts last month.
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 Cougfan.com.
SEATTLE MARINERS director of scouting Tom McNamara had some great things to tell Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times about two current Cougars (Joe Pistorese and P.J.Jones) and one Cougar signee (Parker McFadden) after he drafted them Wednesday.
PITCHER SAM TRIECE BECAME the first Cougar drafted in the 2015 Major League Baseball draft on Tuesday. The 6-2, 215-pound righty was selected early in the 10th round by Tampa Bay with the 298th pick.