Washington State's men's basketball team wrapped up non-conference play on Sunday with a 90-83 win against UC Davis. With the win, WSU will head into Pac-12 play with a 6-6 record. Staying at .500 won't be an easy task, especially with three road games scheduled to start conference play.
With the Cougars set to tip off against the Pac-12, it seemed like an opportune time to test your knowledge of WSU's recent history in Pac-12 play.
Q1: Name WSU's leading scorer the last time the Cougars beat each of the other Pac-12 schools. There may or may not be a twist involved here.
Cougars End Nonconference Action with 90-83 Win - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
DaVonté Lacy led four Washington State players in double figures with 22 points in a 90-83 victory over UC Davis on Sunday.
PULLMAN, Wash.: Washington State gets by UC Davis 90-83 | WSU Cougars | The Bellingham Herald
Washington State coach Ernie Kent acknowledged that his young team played shoddy defense and turned the ball over too often against UC Davis, but Kent did not have to look far to find plenty of encouraging signs in the Cougars' latest victory.
WSU heads off to conference play with win over UC Davis - Spokesman.com - Dec. 29, 2014
The Cougars didn’t end the nonconference season with a dominant performance to springboard them into Pac-12 play.