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Hot Cougar Action: Monday morning trivia

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What started out promising turned into a rough weekend for the baseball team. That and more in the links of the day.

"Whoa, that is a hard trivia question." - This guy, probably.
"Whoa, that is a hard trivia question." - This guy, probably.
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I realize this may shock many of you, but WSU hasn't beaten UCLA many times in history. While 15 wins in 117 tries would constitute as rare, a WSU sweep of the L.A. schools is an even rarer feat.

Asking you to name the last time WSU swept the L.A. schools could work, but let's take it a step further.

Q: Name WSU's leading scorer the last season the Cougars pulled off the L.A. sweep.

Baseball:

It was a rough weekend on the diamond for the Cougars and a 4-3 extra inning loss to UTSA capped it all off. The Cougars led 3-2 going into the ninth inning but a blown save eventually led to the loss in the 10th inning. The Cougars were one out away from salvaging the series, but instead are off to a 1-3 start of the roadtrip.

While WSU played well at home, the Cougars are 2-5 on the road and it will only get tougher when Pac-12 play begins.

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Garza's walk-off, 10th-inning double propels Roadrunners to 4-3 victory - goUTSAcom: Official website of The University of Texas at San Antonio Athletics Department
SAN ANTONIO — Rodney Garza's double with one out in the 10th inning plated John Bormann with the winning run and UTSA posted a 4-3, come-from-behind victory against Washington State on Sunday afternoon at Roadrunner Field.

Cougar Baseball Loses in 10th - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
SAN ANTONIO - Rodney Garza's RBI-double in the bottom of the 10th gave UTSA a 4-3 victory over Washington State in nonconference baseball at Roadrunner Field, Sunday.

Men's basketball:

The Pac-12 Tournament is just two days away. Can you feel the excitement?

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Cougars to Open Pac-12 Tournament Play Wednesday Against Huskies - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
WSU LOOKS TO CONTINUE HOT STREAK AGAINST WASHINGTON AT PAC-12 TOURNAMENT: Fresh off of decisive wins over UCLA and USC last week, Washington State men's basketball (13-18, 4-14) will head to Las Vegas, Nev., as the No. 11 seed where it will face No. 6 seeded Washington (17-1, 9-9), in the first round of the Pac-12 Men's Basketball Tournament at MGM Grand Garden Arena, Wednesday, March 13, at 8:30 p.m. PT.