PULLMAN -- Washington State has competed in baseball since 1892, but it's entirely possible the Cougars have never started the season with a more imposing schedule than this year.Even though he Cougars lost their No. 1 pitcher and only two power hitters off a last-place team from a year ago, coach Donnie Marbut scheduled four Top 25 teams before Pac-10 play opens March 27.
February 19, 2009
THE WSU BASEBALL team's rough start to the Pac-10 season didn't phase the club's confidence, say sophomore standouts Travis Coulter and Jared Prince. And after reclaiming the season with three consecutive wins at mighty Arizona and USC, they look to this weekend's home series with Stanford as a springboard. In wide-ranging interviews, Coulter and Prince talk about playoffs, injuries and pro ball.
May 2, 2007
WASHINGTON STATE TOOK major steps forward last season in coach Donnie Marbut's second year at the helm, going 36-23 overall and 10-14 in Pac-10 play. The Cougs, woeful since the Pac-10 merged divisions in 1999, turned heads last year and entered the final week of the season with a shot at the post-season. More than enough talent returns in 2007 for the Cougs to continue the upswing.
December 14, 2006