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This headline sums up the WSU baseball season

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If you haven’t been following WSU’s baseball team this season, let Sam Grant of the Daily Evergreen catch you up thanks to this headline:

“Baseball suffers sixth sweep of season in Berkeley”

And now for the kicker:

“Cal hands Cougars their 15th loss in last 16 games Sunday, outscores WSU 21-6 in three-game series”


The 9-5 loss on Sunday dropped WSU to 7-23 on the season and 0-9 in Pac-12 play. WSU has won just once since March 12 — take that, Gonzaga. Dating back to last season, WSU has lost 11 straight Pac-12 games and 16 of its last 17 in conference play.

The good news is the Cougars have 21 more Pac-12 games to get some wins on the board.

The Cougars will also get a chance to get back in the win column on Tuesday with a home game against Seattle University on Tuesday.



Area roundup: Golden Bears complete sweep, keep Cougars winless in Pac-12 play | The Spokesman-Review
Sam Wezniak drove in three runs with a pair of home runs to power the California Golden Bears (17-11, 5-4) to a 9-5 victory over the Washington State Cougars (7-23, 0-9) on Sunday and a sweep of the three-game Pac-12 Conference series in Berkeley, California.

Baseball suffers sixth sweep of season in Berkeley – The Daily Evergreen
WSU baseball dropped the season finale against Cal 9-5 on Sunday in Berkeley to increase its conference losing streak to nine games.


The Coeur d'Alene Press - Sports, Both sides reign in the rain at WSU scrimmage
In their first scrimmage of the 2019 spring football season, the Washington State Cougars had times where both the offense and defense shined despite playing in a steady rain much of the afternoon Saturday at Martin Stadium.

Leach points to lack of effort by wide receivers in first spring scrimmage – The Daily Evergreen
On a dark and rainy Saturday afternoon, Cougar football held their first scrimmage of the spring at Martin Stadium.