PULLMAN — The pre-season notion that Washington State’s women’s basketball team wouldn’t have a prime-time scorer following the departures of two of the most prolific shooters in school history has been torn asunder by a true freshman with a catchy nickname and a game that was honed on the shores of the Black Sea.
February 11, 2016
IN STYLE AND MAKEUP, says Athlon Sports, look for Washington State’s men’s basketball team to start looking like the clubs second-year coach Ernie Kent once guided to prominence at Oregon. That’s not to say the 2015-16 Cougs will be hitting the Elite Eight, but the Kent blueprint is coming together, Athlon notes in its college hoops preview magazine,
November 13, 2015
FOR ANYONE WHO didn’t already know, and that number must be very small, this sampling of tweets offers a crystal clear picture as to just how much Elson Floyd was -- and remains -- beloved by Cougar Nation. And when the Cougs play their games this 2015-16 season, their uniforms will proudly honor the late Washington State president.
August 26, 2015
POINT GUARD Lia Galdeira’s recent decision to forego her senior season to turn pro was a huge blow for Washington State. But the good news is that the flow of outstanding Hawaiian women’s basketball players coming to Pullman is just heating up. Hawaii’s top women’s hoops recruit, Chanelle Molina, has verbally committed to WSU. Not only that, it could be just the start of the Molina-WSU pipeline.
July 17, 2015