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WSU Baseball Falls to BYU in Pasco

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The WSU baseball team had a five game winning streak snapped Tuesday night after falling 3-0 to BYU.

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Even though the Tri-Cities are a solid two and a half hour drive from Pullman, they seem to always have a "homey" feel to them as the Crimson and Gray can be spotted around almost every corner

The Tri-Cities' passion for Wazzu was on full display Tuesday night when the WSU Baseball team travelled to Pasco to play a "semi-home" game in front of 3.000 plus fans against BYU. Unfortunately, WSU was unable to extend their five game winning streak dropping a 3-0 decision to the other Cougars.

Kellen Camus logged a sold four inning spot-start for the Cougs by pitching 4.0 solid innings. However, Sam Triece was not able to keep the BYU offense in check surrendering three runs, two earned, in the top of the seventh inning.

Offensively, the Cougs failed to log a an extra base hit for the entire game.

The loss dropped WSU to 15-14 on the seasons and was a setback for the Cougs as they continue to try to build on their recent momentum and improve their RPI for postseason consideration. The Cougs will return to Pac-12 play on Friday against Oregon State for the Mother's Day Weekend series.

FOOTBALL

The WSU Football team completed Day 6 of its spring camp on Tuesday. As often the case in practice settings, there was some good news and bad news. The bad news was that the defense really struggled, but the good news was the offense had something to do with the reason why the defense struggled. The Cougs will take the day off on Wednesday and resume spring camp at 3 pm Thursday.

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Spring Practice Report: Day 6 - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - April 8, 2014
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TRACK AND FIELD

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ROWING

Cougar Varsity Eight Finishes Third at San Diego - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
In the second day of competition at the San Diego Crew Classic, the Washington State University women's rowing team battled tough competition in the Grand Finals Sunday morning at Mission Bay.