Playing the Arizona Wildcats hasn't been a forgiving task for Washington State's men's basketball team recently. That trend continued on Sunday with WSU losing 86-59. It wasn't quite as bad as the 60-25 drubbing the Wildcats served WSU last year, but it was a thorough whooping.
It hasn't always been that way, however. There was a time -- in the not so distant past -- that WSU beat Arizona, even swept the Wildcats in a season. Let's remember those times.
Q1: Who made up WSU's starting five the last time WSU beat Arizona?
Q2: Who led the Cougars in scoring in that game?
June Daugherty won the 400th game of her coaching career on Sunday. It was her 87th victory with WSU, the third-most as a WSU women's basketball coach.
Q3: Name the two coaches above Daugherty on the WSU women's basketball coaching win list.
Arizona 86, WSU 59: Wildcats slaughter Cougars | The Spokesman-Review
Washington State's biggest crowd of the season was quickly culled when Arizona took a 53-19 first-half lead.
Arizona Wildcats use monster first half to cruise past Washington State: By the Numbers
If the Arizona Wildcats are still upset about last weekend's loss at Arizona State, they should find a way to bottle up that anger for another six weeks.
Cougars Fall to No. 7 Wildcats - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Arizona jumped all over Washington State and the Cougars couldn't recover. Brandon Ashley, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and Kaleb Tarczewski each scored 17 points as Arizona routed Washington State 86-59 on Sunday night.
WSU women win to give coach June Daugherty 400th victory of her career | Cougars | The Seattle Times
Lia Galdeira scored 23 points and had 10 rebounds to lead Washington State to a 61-52 win over Utah on Sunday, giving coach June Daugherty her 400th career win.
Cougars Bounce Back With Win at Utah, Daugherty Wins No. 400 - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Junior guard Lia Galdeira recorded a double-double to lead Washington State past the University of Utah 61-52 Sunday, giving WSU Head Coach June Daugherty career win No. 400.
Cougars Fall to Missouri State - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Andy Cheray threw seven shutout innings as Missouri State posted a 12-0 shutout over Washington State Sunday on the final day of the SFA Tipton Ford Classic.