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It's all about scoring and rebounding this week.

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The Cougars' game on Sunday against UCLA was a good example of how WSU has fared in conference play. WSU played better than many probably expected and went toe-to-toe on the road at UCLA for 40 minutes. The Cougars, however, were outmanned and couldn't close the game. Close, but not quite enough to come away with the win.

Like all season, it was DaVonte Lacy and Josh Hawkinson leading the way. Lacy scored 19 points, giving him 1,506 for his WSU career, No. 6 all-time in school history. With at least three games to play, he has a very good chance to move into the top five. Hawkinson finished with 21 points and 14 rebounds, setting the WSU record for double-doubles in a season. He also topped 300 rebounds, not something many Cougars have done. Which leads us into the trivia for this week.

Q1: Name the last five Cougars -- in correct order -- to join the 1,000 point club. There are 33 members of that club so we're looking for the 33rd to join, the 32nd, the 31st, and so on in reverse order.

Q2: Hawkinson became just the fourth WSU player to grab 300 rebounds in a single season. Who are the other three?

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Men's basketball:

Cougars Hang Tough At UCLA - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Norman Powell scored a career-high 28 points, hitting a key 3-pointer with 1:34 to go, and UCLA grinded out a 72-67 victory over Washington State on Sunday night that gave the Bruins possession of fourth place in the Pac-12.

Cougars fail to finish what they start at UCLA - Spokesman.com - March 1, 2015
As the expectation of defeat gives way to the hope of victory, Washington State’s basketball players are experiencing a new kind of postgame pain: The kind that comes not from losing in a place the Cougars virtually never win, but from feeling like they should have.

UCLA grinds out 72-67 victory over Washington State - seattlepi.com
Tony Parker slept in on a rainy Sunday morning, causing him to show up late to shootaround. His UCLA teammates were nearly as lackadaisical in the first half against Washington State.

Women's basketball:

Cougars To Face Oregon in Pac-12 Tournament Opening Round - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
For the second straight season, Washington State women’s basketball will face the University of Oregon in the opening round of the Pac-12 Conference Tournament at KeyArena in Seattle, the conference office announced Sunday.

Football:

Fantasy College Football Breaking News - Rotoworld.com
Washington State WR Vince Mayle "ran poorly in Indy and lost some money," noted ESPN's Mel Kiper.

Baseball:

Cougars Rally Late for 6-5 Win over UC Riverside - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Ian Sagdal’s RBI single in the seventh gave Washington State a 6-5 lead and Ian Hamilton recorded a two-inning save as the Cougars defeated UC Riverside, 6-5, in the series finale Sunday at Bailey-Brayton Field.

COLLEGES: UCR baseball team falls at Washington State - Press Enterprise
The UC Riverside baseball team erased a five-run deficit to tie Sunday’s game at Washington State before giving up a run in the bottom of the seventh inning and losing 6-5.