The month of June has been relatively quiet for WSU news, but that all changed this week. This past week would have been busy by September standards. In case you missed any of the action, here are a few of the important posts from the last few days.
It was a busy week for recruiting news with five new verbal commitments. Kyle covered all of the action starting with Markell Sanders. Peyton Pelluer was next to commit followed by River Cracraft and Gerard Wicks. Cole Madison's verbal commitment rounded out the week.
Just a hunch, but I'm guessing there wont be quite as much news next week.
Pac-12 Football: 2012 All-Conference Team As Recruits | AthlonSports.com
John Fullington, OL, Washington State (2010) The Belfair (Wash.) North Mason product was the No. 70 offensive tackle prospect in the nation and the No. 16-rated player in The Evergreen State by Rivals.
Pac-12 Non-Conference Football Schedules: Easiest to Hardest – Fan’s Analysis - Yahoo! Sports
11. Washington State Cougars - New head coach Mike Leach gets a road game at BYU to start with but then Eastern Washington from the FCS followed by an easy road game at UNLV. Cougs should have at least two wins to begin their year.
They thrived in college, but not in the NBA - College Basketball Nation Blog - ESPN
Derrick Low, Washington State (2004-2008): Low was part of a revival at Washington State as the Cougars were relevant under Tony Bennett (after Dick Bennett).
Cougar Basketball Concludes Day Camp - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. - Over 100 boys and girls between the ages of six and 14 attended the Washington State University Men's Basketball Day Camp on the Pullman campus, which began Monday, June 18 and wrapped up Thursday, June 21.
Former Coug Aron Baynes Named to Australian Olympic Team - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. - Former Washington State University men's basketball student-athlete, Aron Baynes, is one of 12 members of the Australian Boomers 2012 Olympic team, it was announced Friday.
Track and Field
Hometown Olympic Dreams: Jeshua Anderson | Sports - KXLY.com
"Any medal will do, but the gold medal is preferred," former Washington State track star Jeshua Anderson says.