During the last few weeks, we've talked a decent amount about the WSU baseball team's postseason chances. Well, Sunday's 6-1 loss to Stanford put an end to that discussion.
Stanford's win completed their three game sweep of the Cougars. To add insult to injury, WSU plays Cal in Berkeley today, then travels back to Pullman for a game with USC tomorrow. On Sunday, WSU was shut out for the first seven innings by a Stanford pitcher named Brett Mooneyham.
You know things are going bad when you get shut out by an item on the Denny's breakfast menu.
College Football Analysis: Potential Pac-12 Breakout Stars in 2012
Kyle: Jeff Tuel was originally to be Washington State's starter, but was injured most of last year. He'll flourish in Mike Leach's offense.
Cougars Swept by Cardinal - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
STANFORD, Calif. - Brett Mooneyham pitched seven-shutout innings and No. 11 Stanford completed a three-game series sweep of Washington State with a 6-1 victory, Sunday.
Jose's First Career Homer a Big One in Sweep of Wazzu - Stanford University's Official Athletic Site
STANFORD, Calif.-- Dominic Jose, in his second career start, hit a grand slam and No. 12-ranked Stanford (32-14, 14-10 Pac-12) swept Washington State (24-23, 9-14 Pac-12), following a 6-1 win on Sunday.
Track And Field
Abbott, Fermin and Scott-Ellis Runners-up at Pac-12 T&F Meet - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
EUGENE -- Washington State had a trio of performers earn silver medals Sunday at the 27th Annual Women's and 82nd Annual Men's Pac-12 Conference Track and Field Championships at Hayward Field in Eugene.