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Four Cougars to see action in the FIBA U-20 Euro Championships

The Washington State Cougars Womens basketball program is heading in the right direction with 4 women battling it out for their country.

The Washington State Women's basketball team finished last season with a 14-16 record with 13 of those losses coming in conference play. The team was filled with youth that is looking to only improve that record. That youth is quickly growing  aa they will have four athletes participating in the FIBA U-20 Euro Championships.

Junior Pinelopi Pavlopoulou (Greece), sophmores Maria Kostourkova (Portugal) and Borislava Hristove (Bulgaria) will join incoming freshman Jovana Subasic (Serbia) will be playing overseas in the next few weeks.

Borislava owns plenty of records for the Cougars as she holds the single-season free throw percentage record with .881 going 59-67, freshman 20-point games (9), freshman field goals made (200), freshman total points in a season (490), and is the leader in freshman points per game with 16.3 points.

Hristova received All-Pac-12 honors this past season as well as was selected to the Pac-12 All-Freshman team.

Kustourkova helped lead the Cougars to to a single season block record with 120 total blocks and finished with 23 blocks and finished fifth on the WSU Freshman leader board.

These Cougars will look to help their respected counties out before returning to Pullman for the start of school.

The teams are going through the group phases right now with most teams having played 3 games each. Bracket play is scheduled start July 16.



Four lady Cough enter Fiba U-20 Euro Championships

Fiba U-20 Womens Euro Championship


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