Good morning, Coug fans! After some exciting basketball news that I’m sure you’ve heard by now (in case you haven’t, it’s here!!) it’s time to take a look at this weekend for our favorite baseball team, you know ‘em, you love ‘em, the Washington State Cougars. We host UCLA, starting today at 6:05pm on the WSU Live Stream, which you can find right here.
Let’s get things started, shall we?
UCLA lists three pitchers in their starting rotation, the first being Zach Pettway. Pettway has 51 innings pitched, a season high of 11 strikeouts against Utah, and he’s got a win-loss stat of 1-3.
Sean Mullen is next on the list with a season high of 10 strikeouts against Cal State Fullerton, 55 innings pitched, and has an 8-1 games won/lost.
UCLA also lists Jesse Bergin- who has the lowest stats of the three. He’s pitched 53.2 innings, 9 strikeouts against Utah, and has a 4-3 win/lost.
The Bruins come in at No. 16 with a 25-14 record, 12-9 in the Pac 12. The last time these two teams met, UCLA took the sweep ending with a 10-13 score, UCLA on top. With the rising success of our own WSU Cougs, I’m anticipating a great weekend. Kyle Manzardo was named a Preseason All-American third team honor, and Zane Mills nabbed his second Pac-12 pitcher of the week title!
All incredibly exciting stuff! I hope everyone settles in for a great weekend of Washington State sports!
Momentum in tow, Washington State to host No. 16 UCLA | Sports | lmtribune.com
Washington State’s clubhouse conversations are evolving.
Former WSU Cougars receiver Easop Winston Jr. signs free-agent deal with Saints | The Seattle Times
One of the most sure-handed receivers to come through Washington State in recent history, is getting another chance to establish himself in the NFL.
WSU men's basketball snags highest rated recruit in history | krem.com
Mouhamed Gueye, the #6 ranked power forward in the class of 2022, has committed to the Washington State University Cougars.
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Spring ball is over, which means it's time for way-too-early depth chart projections. Here's a look at WSU's offensive depth chart, with a close examination of the three-man QB competition...
A Grip on Sports: This may not be a timeless weekend, but there is more than enough to keep everyone occupied | The Spokesman-Review
A GRIP ON SPORTS • No one is going to call the upcoming weekend a classic in terms of sports on television – or in person. But there is enough going on to keep your life interesting if you don’t want to leave the house. And enough if you do.