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June Daugherty lands another top recruit

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California star commits to the Cougars.

Daugherty continues to excel on the recruiting trail.
Daugherty continues to excel on the recruiting trail.
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June Daugherty continues her outstanding work on the recruiting trail with the commitment of Katie Campbell of Oaks Christian high school in Westlake Village, Ca. The five-foot-eleven guard was a second team all-division 4 selection for the state of California by MaxPreps. She was also named to LA Daily News all-area team after averaging 16.7 points per game. She shot an impressive 40 percent from three point range while attracting recruiting interest from numerous colleges throughout the west coast including Gonzaga. Campbell announced her commitment via her Twitter account.

This comes on the heels of the Cougars women's program landing 5 star recruit Chanelle Molina earlier this year. Losing star Lia Galdeira early to the pros was a tough break for the program, but Daugherty seems to reloading quite nicely once again. For more on Campbell, the LA Daily News has a nice write-up here.

On to the links.

Women's Basketball

Oaks Christian’s Katie Campbell commits to Washington State
Oaks Christian senior guard Katie Campbell announced over the weekend that she had given a verbal commitment to play basketball at Washington State.

Football

Stanford Cardinal's Kevin Hogan moves to top of Pac-12 QB rankings - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN
By leading Stanford to a big upset over USC on an emotional night, Kevin Hogan moved to the top of the Pac-12 quarterback power rankings.

Pac-12 notebook: WSU coach Mike Leach won’t enter quarrel - The Spokesman-Review

WSU football chat (transcription) | The Spokesman-Review
The transcription of today's WSU football chat.

Jacob Thorpe’s Pac-12 power rankings: UCLA, Stanford run 1-2 - The Spokesman-Review

WSU practice notes: Cougars spend the week off scrimmaging | The Spokesman-Review
After a pretty normal practice, the Washington State first teamers faced off against each other. Then, the Cougars held a scrimmage for the underclassmen.