With the win against UCLA in their back pockets, the Cougars head to the Pac-12 tournament as the prestigious No. 11 seed. WSU is just a measly four wins away from punching its ticket to the NCAA tournament. Doing so would be a miracle, but it would also give WSU a five-game conference winning streak. Let's look back to the last time that happened.
Q1: When was the last time WSU won five straight Pac-12 games? Postseason games included.
Q2: The highest single-game scoring output during that streak was 26 points. Who tallied those points?
Women’s college basketball: Konawaena graduate Lia Galdeira guts it out at Pac-12 tournament | West Hawaii Today
Lia Galdeira cut through the Pacific-12 Conference women’s basketball championships just like she used to on the Big Island Interscholastic Federation level. Galdeira set a Pac-12 tournament record with 75 points before Washington State bowed out in the semifinals Saturday night with a 70-60 loss to Oregon State in Seattle.
Congrats to Lia Galdeira for being named the Pac-12 All-Tournament Team! #GoCougs— WSU Women's Hoops (@WSUWomensHoops) March 10, 2014
Cougars to Face Stanford in Pac-12 Tournament - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
With its win over UCLA Saturday, Washington State University men’s basketball (10-20, 3-15 in Pac-12) clinched the No. 11 seed in the 2014 Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Tournament and will take on sixth-seeded Stanford (19-11, 10-8) in the opening round
The latest in (likely) preferred walk-on news. That would be Conor Simpson, a WR/RB/DB from Illinois.
Officially playing football next year for Washington State University!!! 🏈🏈 💯 #GoCougs #blessed pic.twitter.com/q1Cix8qA7r— Conor Simpson (@deconsimp) March 9, 2014