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    1. WSU Drops Doubleheader To Stanford

      KHQ SpokaneMay 23 07:43 PM

      Washington State managed just one run on the day as Stanford completed a doubleheader sweep with scores of 9-0 and 3-1 in Pac-12 Conference play Saturday at Bailey-Brayton Field.

    2. Washington State Cougars preview

      ESPN BlogsMay 21 03:11 AM

      Washington State Cougars preview

    3. Cooper Elliott's sacrifice fly in the bottom of the 11th inning scored Derek Chapman with the winning run as Washington State avoided the series sweep with a 3-2 victory over Stanford Sunday at Bailey-Brayton Field.With the victory the Cougars end their 2015 campaign with a 29-27 overall record, 11-19 in Pac-12 play.

    4. The Cougars were expected to build on a 2013 bowl trip but fell back to their losing ways. Freshman QB Luke Falk was impressive filling in for the injured Connor Halliday over the final four games, but while Mike Leach's offense has scored as expecte

    5. Bayley shoots 6-under 134 on his home course, Palouse Ridge. The Cougars are tied for third at 10-over 710 and Washington is fifth at 716.

    6. Washington State beat writer for the Spokesman-Review Jacob Thorpe got dialed in with SWX's Neil Stover in the Fasteners Sports Studio to talk about the Cougars' Spring football program and the Crimson and Gray game.

    7. To be honest, coach Chris Petersen's first season was a disappointment. And with the sudden departure of QB Cyler Miles, his second looks like a rebuilding year. Which is why the opener at Boise State, where Petersen made his name, has the feel of a

    8. PULLMAN – Washington State can’t match teams boasting some of the best amateur golfers in the world at this week’s Pac-12 tournament. But the Cougars have something on their side more valuable perhaps even than Arizona State’s top-ranked Jon Rahm-Rodriguez: The Palouse Ridge Golf Club. Washington State’s home course, one of the nation’s best according to Golfweek, will serve as the site of the ...

    9. Jorgensen wins 800 title - Mon, 18 May 2015 PST

      The Spokesman-ReviewMay 18 12:20 AM

      Washington State senior Jesse Jorgensen won the men’s 800 meters on Sunday, the final day of the Pac-12 track and field championships held at UCLA’s Drake Stadium in Los Angeles. Jorgensen turned in a lifetime-best time of 1 minute, 46.49 seconds, which ranks as the fourth-fastest time in WSU history.

    10. Arizona State outfielder Johnny Sewald was batting in the sixth inning on Saturday night against Washington State when he turned in one of the highlights of the weekend.

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