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WSU’s history in the NCAA Tournament

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Notre Dame v Washington St. Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images

The 2017 NCAA Tournament field was announced on Sunday. Washington State is once again not heading for the postseason. Instead of focusing on that, however, let’s instead remember the times the Cougars were part of selection Sunday.

We’re digging way back into the history books this week to remember all of the times WSU has played in the tournament. And we mean all of them. That means you’re going to have to go back to 1941 to get all of these questions correct.

Q1: Name the seven cities WSU has played a NCAA Tournament game in.

Q2: Which city has WSU played the most NCAA Tournament games in?

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Baseball:

A.J. Block throws five hitless innings in WSU’s 9-3 win to sweep Utah State | | The Spokesman-Review
Freshman left-hander A.J. Block threw five hitless innings in his first start and Washington State scored eight runs in the sixth inning to defeat Utah Valley 9-3 on Sunday in Pullman, sweeping the four-game series.

Cougs bump win streak to 6 | Sports | lmtribune.com
PULLMAN - Shane Matheny registered six hits, going 4-for-4 in the second game, as the Washington State baseball team drubbed Utah Valley and extended its winning…

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Another big inning hurt Utah Valley University as Washington State completed a four-game sweep with a 9-3 win on Sunday afternoon at Bailey-Brayton Field. The Wolverines (3-12) surrendered eight runs in the sixth inning, succumbing to a crooked number from the Cougars (10-4) for the third straight day.