If you are a Cougar Athletic Fund member you likely received the latest edition of Cougars Quarterly recently. One of the features in this installment is an interview with WSU athletic director Bill Moos which is also available online.
CQ: What future facility developments can Cougars expect to see?
Moos: We’re getting cost estimates for a baseball clubhouse and an indoor practice facility. The latter is very important because it helps all of our sports, especially the ones that train and compete outdoors. We’re also getting cost estimates for our soccer facility, which is desperately in need of improvements. In addition, we have some ambitious goals in Beasley Coliseum. Though we have made some progress there, primarily in branding, we need to address locker rooms, the training room, and the concourses. I would love to have everything done in five or six years from the time I started, which means we have two or three years left. I think we can do that. Again, it’s going to entail a lot of people getting involved and supporting our plan.
Moos also talked scheduling, specifically weekday games. As you may or may not know, teams must play two weekday games every three seasons under the new Pac-12 media rights deal. With the Friday Apple Cup last season and the Thursday game against ASU this season, WSU will have fulfilled its requirement. Theoretically, that means the entire home schedule next season, including games against USC, California, Oregon and Washington should be played on Saturdays.
An Interview with Bill Moos - Washington State Official Athletic Site
Washington State University Director of Athletics Bill Moos sat down with Cougars Quarterly to discuss a variety of topics, including the football operations building and future facility developments, the critical importance Cougar Athletic Fund membership is for the department and his message to Cougars as the 2013-14 season approaches.
WazzuWatch.com - Recruiting Outlook: Safeties
As the NCAA recruiting evaluation period comes to an end and we head into the June through July quiet period, WazzuWatch.com is taking a positional look at Washington State targets in the 2014 class. We continue our Recruiting Outlook series by taking a look at the safeties targets in the upcoming class.