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Even though Shree Saini resides in Ellensburg, her heart has been in Spokane in more ways than one. The reigning Miss World America Washington has many friends in the Lilac City. "I absolutely love Spokane," Saini said. "I love visiting my friends there. It's a beautiful place." Saini, 24, holds Spokane in such high regard due to Sacred Heart.
Two weeks ago, Washington State coach Nick Rolovich was still reveling in his first victory as a Pac-12 football coach when he stepped up to the virtual Zoom podium at Reser Stadium in Corvallis, approximately 20 minutes after the Cougars' 38-28 win over Oregon State.
That asterisk we're putting next to the 2020 college football season? How about an exploding emoji instead?
One day after it was learned starting quarterback Jayden de Laura had come down with COVID-19, Washington State's game against Stanford was canceled and declared a no-contest due to the Cougars falling below the 53-man scholarship requirement, the Pac-12 Conference confirmed in a statement Friday afternoon.
Washington State starting quarterback Jayden de Laura has tested positive for COVID-19 and won't play for the team in Saturday's game against Stanford, The Spokesman-Review has learned through multiple sources.
What is it? Washington State (1-1) faces Stanford (0-2) for a late-night Pac-12 North matchup on “The Farm.”
EWU basketball coach David Riley knows he is in a position of little consequence relative to his wife, a respiratory therapist working during the coronavirus pandemic.
Washington State fans will be getting a rare reprieve from late-night football when the Cougars host No. 11 Oregon in an afternoon game this weekend.
A former four-star cornerback who planned to join Stanford’s football team before the school sought out information about his involvement as a witness in a police investigation is now at Washington State as a walk-on, a source close to the program confirmed to the The Spokesman-Review.
Auctions are everywhere in today’s economy. They determine how Google sells ads, what price consumers end up paying for electricity, and the way governments sell off the public airwaves to telecom companies and broadcasters. For helping make auctions run more efficiently, two Americans on Monday won the Nobel prize for economics.
Michael Hicks was enjoying the best start of his collegiate career on Idaho's lone NCAA Division I baseball team.
Stanford announced Wednesday that it is dropping 11 sports amid financial difficulties caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
At Five Mile Prairie School students come and go. The school partners with families who choose to do some or all of their child’s education from home, and it’s uncommon for students to attend the school throughout elementary and secondary grades.
This was supposed to be the week Daniel Roy vied for an NCAA national swimming title.
Sabrina Ionescu had 20 points, 12 assists and eight rebounds to lead No. 3 Oregon to an 89-56 victory over No. 7 Stanford in the women’s Pac 12 tournament title game.
From most favorable (5) to least favorable (1), we list each of the teams the Cougars could square off with one week from now.
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Behind its stout play in the post and strong 3-point shooting, Stanford commandeered an early lead against WSU and never relinquished it, completing a regular season sweep of the Cougars with a 75-57 win that handed Kyle Smith’s team – playing again without starting point guard Isaac Bonton (hip) – a fourth consecutive loss.
Since Jeff Pollard can’t drum up the right word to describe his four years at Washington State, the senior forward has another proposition. “How about a phrase?” Pollard suggests.
Oscar Da Silva scored 16 points and grabbed nine rebounds, Tyrell Terry added 14 points, and Stanford held Washington to just eight second-half field goals to beat the Huskies 72-64.