It’s always good to start a week fresh off a Cougar win. Monday is extra sweet when we are still celebrating a dominating WSU win against Washington.
That makes today a pretty sweet Monday.
The Cougars dominated the Huskies on Sunday with a 15-point win that could have easily been a lot worse for the Huskies. WSU got off to a quick start and controlled the entire game. If not for a sloppy final few minutes, WSU could have easily won by 20+.
The celebration started early and continued on Twitter well after the final buzzer. Here are some of the best reactions from Pat Chun, Noah Williams and others.
This is from last year but it applies....— Dugar, Michael-Shawn (@MikeDugar) February 1, 2021
“THIS IS MY CITY” - Noah Williams pic.twitter.com/MyiDTc52io
Watching the Cougs pick on UW while the very UW homer broadcast crew mopes for two hours was a fine way to spend a Sunday evening.— Craig ⭐️⭐️ (@TheCraigPowers) February 1, 2021
Kyle Smith is now 13-0 vs regional opponents.— Matt Chazanow (@M_Chaz) February 1, 2021
3-0 vs UW.
Hasn’t lost to a PNW school. #GoCougs
Noah Williams: “I feel like we’re unbeatable against the Dawgs. We’ve got the secret formula.” pic.twitter.com/69TYECQo0V— Theo Lawson (@TheoLawson_SR) February 1, 2021
Largest win in Seattle for the Cougs since winning 67-46, Jan. 29, 1994— WSUCougarNotes (@WSUCougarNotes) February 1, 2021
Noah's just never gunna lose to UW. He's not gunna let it happen.— Michael Preston (@RM_Preston) February 1, 2021
WSU Cougars 77, UW Huskies 62: Game recap | Tacoma News Tribune
Washington State snapped a six-game losing streak with a 77-62 win over Washington on Sunday. The Huskies had won two straight entering the game.
Washington State vs. Washington - Game Recap - January 31, 2021 - ESPN
A year ago, Noah Williams strutted around on Washington's home court yelling “this is my city," after winning in his hometown for the first time.
College roundup: WSU volleyball finishes sweep of Arizona State | Sports | lmtribune.com
TEMPE, Ariz. — Sophomore outside hitter Kalyah Williams and freshman outside hitter Julianna Dalton each had 12 kills as the Washington State volleyball team registered a 22-25, 25-16, 25-16, 25-19