Cougs fall in Pac-10 tourney

<b>THROUGHOUT THE SEASON, Washington State has struggled with the zone and finding a way to land the knockout blow, coming up on the short end of several nailbiters. That form held true Thursday night as WSU held a 10-point lead late in the first but could not hold off Stanford in the second half, falling 60-58 in the opening round of the Pac-10 tournament at the Staples Center.
March 10, 2005

Scouting Report: Arizona at Washington State

<B>No. 9 Arizona 22-4 (13-2) vs. Washington St. 10-13 (5-9)</B><BR> <B>Date: Thursday, Feb. 24, 2005</B><BR> <B>Time: approx. 5:30 PST</B><BR> <B>Location: Friel Court (11,566), Pullman, WA</B><BR> <A href="">In-Game Chat: </A>
February 23, 2005

Hoops: Varem has turned into Pac-10 dominator

PULLMAN -- In two seasons at Washington State, senior forward Jeff Varem has made a name for himself as the Cougars' most dynamic and gravity-defying player. At 6-foot-6, 240 pounds of what looks to be mostly muscle, the native of Nigeria is the one man on WSU's roster who is a threat to slam dunk on anyone at any time.
January 17, 2005