The WSU baseball team extended its winning streak to eight games on Saturday with a 7-4 victory against Cal State Northridge.
The Cougars fell behind early, but didn't waste much time taking the lead and were able to work out of a few jams late in the game to hang on. WSU is now 8-0 at home and will go for its second straight four-game sweep on Sunday. There have been multiple brights spots during the winning streak and the Cougars' bullpen has been one of them.
J.D. Leckenby notched his fourth save of the season on Saturday. His move to the bullpen has paid off so far as he is a key part of a bullpen which has posted a 2.37 ERA through the first ten games of the season. If that performance continues and WSU's young bats continue to hit, this winning streak may prove to be the first of many this season.
Cougar Baseball Stays Unbeaten at Home - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. - Jason Monda's three-run double highlighted a five-run fifth inning as Washington State defeated Cal State Northridge 7-4 in nonconference baseball at Bailey-Brayton Field, Saturday.
The women's basketball team closed out the regular season with a 72-50 loss to Stanford on Saturday. The Cougars will now prepare for the Pac-12 tournament, which begins Thursday in Seattle. Assuming I'm reading things correctly, WSU will open the tournament on Thursday against ASU at 12 p.m. PT. If the Cougars win, they will get a rematch with Stanford.
Stanford women clinch share of title with win over WSU - Spokesman.com - March 3, 2013
Chiney Ogwumike had 28 points and 13 rebounds to help the fourth-ranked Stanford Cardinal (28-2, 17-1) clinch a share of the Pacific-12 Conference women’s basketball title with a 72-50 win over the Washington State Cougars (10-19, 6-12) on Saturday in Pullman.
Yakima Herald Republic | Pac-12 Basketball: WSU women fall short against Cal
PULLMAN — Washington State put together a strong first half against No. 6 California, but the Cougars lost their shooting touch and the game in the second half.
Ogwumike helps Stanford women cruise past Wash St. | Local News | The Seattle Times
Winning conference titles has become routine for Stanford.
Cougars Fall To No. 4 Stanford 72-50 on Senior Day - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. - Washington State University dropped its regular-season finale 72-50 to No. 4 Stanford University at Beasley Coliseum Saturday.
WSU Women's Basketball: June Daugherty after Stanford game. March 2 (via WSUCougarAthletics)
WSU Women's Basketball: Cooks, Grad after Stanford game. March 2 (via WSUCougarAthletics)