Good morning, Coug fans!
Last time we talked about Washington State women’s basketball, they went ahead and crushed UW and Idaho, and they look to do it again against Oregon State tomorrow. Here’s some game information for you:
The player to watch is freshman Charlisse Leger-Walker. She doesn’t play like a freshman, she lets her confidence do the talking, and put up 29 points against the Huskies. The New Zealand native joined her sister, Krystal, and the pair have some really impressive numbers between them. My recommendation: get very hype.
Let’s look at what Oregon State is bringing to the table:
Taylor Jones, a sophomore center, will start. She put up 14 against Oregon, which is the leading field goal number from that game.
We’ll also see a lot of Aleah Goodman, a senior guard. She had 20 points against Utah, and has some consistent energy.
This is a match up I’m incredibly excited for. At the end of the day, I think we’re in for some solid basketball. I hope everyone is staying healthy and warm!
Washington State at Utah odds, picks and prediction
Previewing Saturday's Washington State Cougars at Utah Utes odds and lines, with college football betting picks, tips and predictions.
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