KEN BONE continues to remake his roster at Washington State. On Tuesday afternoon, the new head man announced three roster moves. One player is going back on scholarship, another will stay at Wazzu but not count against the scholarship numbers and still another will leave WSU for opportunities elsewhere. And with one scholarship slot open, Bone probably isn't done yet.
June 2, 2009
RIGA, Latvia – In Germany, it's schneller. In Latvia it's davaij and in Sebia the word is 6pxe. The French say plus rapide, while the Czechs say rychlejší. In the U.S., it's simply this: faster. The word sounds different throughout the world, but as several Washington State players know first hand, it speaks in tongues when it comes to international basketball.
December 25, 2008
IF THE COUGARS were dragging a little bit after their weekend road trip to New Jersey, it didn't show for 40 minutes. A comfortable 60-41 win over Idaho State on Tuesday night also meant Tony Bennett had 13 Cougars log minutes and one of those, making his Washington State debut, was center Fabian Boeke. Exclusive CF.C video plus commentary from Bennett, Aron Baynes and Taylor Rochestie.
December 3, 2008
COUGAR BASKETBALL coach Tony Bennett, prepping for this weekend's Legends Classic in Newark, N.J., said center Fabian Boeke and guard John Allen still aren't ready for game action due to back problems. Neither has played in the Cougars' four games this season. Meanwhile, freshman guard Michael Harthun won't be making the trip east after being suspended for an undisclosed team rules violation.
November 26, 2008
WITH TWO HOOPS VERBAL commitments in the fold, how many more might the Cougars take for this class? What was the catalyst behind the Cougars' offer to Oregonian E.J. Singler and why was Wazzu center Fabian Boeke part of the equation? And what was Tony Bennett recently doing in Europe? Answers to these questions plus much more..
July 10, 2008
TONY BENNETT SAID on Tuesday in a chat session that Martin Stadium isn't the only venue in need of a new scoreboard. He also said this year's hoops team will undergo a baptism by fire and he's looking for Charlie Enquist, Abe Lodwick, and Fabian Boeke to be successful without the benefit of Pac-10 experience.
June 24, 2008