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Monday morning trivia - NCAA Tournament edition

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How well do you remember the Cougs in the NCAAs?

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The 2015 NCAA Tournament field was announced on Sunday and while WSU wasn't part of the selected field, we're going to look beyond that little tidbit. Instead of focusing on the current state of the basketball program -- which you could argue is in better place than 12 months ago -- we're going to remember some better times. It won't all be lollipops, unicorns and rainbows, however. Apologies for bring up some bad memories.

Today we're going to see how well you remember WSU's last six NCAA Tournament games. We're looking for the leading scorer, rebounder, blocker and assist man from each game. To really test your memory, we're also looking for the location of the game.

North Carolina

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Notre Dame

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Winthrop

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Vanderbilt

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Oral Roberts

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Boston College

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Baseball:

Hart Tosses Two-Hit Shutout to Carry No. 9 USC to 11-0 Victory Over Washington State - University of Southern California Official Athletic Site
Freshman Mitch Hart threw his first career shutout and the first two-hitter for USC since 2009 as the Trojans cruised to an 11-0 win to take the series over Washington State on Sunday at Dedeaux Field.

USC Takes Rubber Game with 11-0 Victory - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Starter Mitch Hart threw a two-hit shutout to lead No. 6 USC to an 11-0 victory over Washington State Sunday afternoon at Dedeaux Field.

Tennis:

Cougars Fall to No. 4 USC, 6-1 - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Sophomore Victoria Matejevic posted a straight-set win at No. 5 singles but it was not enough as the fourth-ranked USC Trojans defeated Washington State 6-1 in a Pac-12 Conference tennis match Sunday morning at the Simmelink Tennis Courts at Hollingbery Fieldhouse.