WSU Hoops Notebook

COUGREAT BASKETBALLER Brock Motum scored 13 points in his Italian league debut as the starting power forward for Granorolo of Bologna. Several other former Cougar hoopsters have also enjoyed good starts in their pro leagues overseas...
October 18, 2013

Cougfan at 15: Thee moments in Cougar hoops

THE BEGINNING OF the resurrection, by virtually every reasonable assessment, can be traced to March 29, 2003. That was the day Dick Bennett came out of retirement to coach the Washington State basketball team. And the turning point in Bennett's rebuild can be found in an unlikely place, says the man who has been on the Cougar sidelines for every tipoff over the last decade.
August 20, 2013 at 15: Dick Bennett's big rebuild

HUNDREDS OF coaches have spent more time at Washington State than Dick Bennett did, and many enjoyed far more success. Few, however, left a larger footprint on WSU's sporting landscape.
August 1, 2013

Low honing PG skills in France, eye on WSU

THE FIRST WORDS in the e-mail were, "Wassup man." Without reading any further, you knew the sender was Derrick Low. Low, the colorful Hawaiian guard who played a huge role in reviving Washington State basketball, has taken his upbeat personality and sweet jumper to France.
January 20, 2009

Cougar Hoops: Alumni round up

AFTER PLAYING limited minutes for the Dallas Mavericks in the NBA Summer League, Cougar great Derrick Low opted to sign a one-year deal, worth an estimated $70,000, with the Sydney Spirit of Australia's pro league, the Honolulu Advertiser reports. And that's just the beginning of the news that former Cougar hoopsters are making these days.
July 27, 2008