Good afternoon, Coug fans!
Baseball is back and better than ever, and yesterday your Washington State Cougars handled the Long Island University Sharks with ease, defeating them 10-0.
The first inning went scoreless for both teams, but the second inning started a steady stream of runs for the Cougs. In the seventh inning the Cougs managed to grab 6 runs, bringing the score up to 9-0.
Grant Taylor, backed up by fellow pitchers Jack Lee, Tyler Hoeft, and Kolby Kmetko all gathered nine strikeouts, and only permitted four hits to ensure LIU remained scoreless throughout the game.
Justin Van De Brake led the Cougs in batting, with 2 RBIs and 2 hits. He’s followed up by Jake Matthews, who also landed 2 hits and 2 runs, along with one RBI.
By the time you’re reading this, the second game in the matchup will have already begun! You can find the live stats updates here: http://stats.statbroadcast.com/statmonitr/?id=401215 In the bottom of the first, the Cougs are already up!
Plus, if you’d like to check out coach Brian Green’s postgame from yesterday, find it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ynqfp-kYWHg !
Overall, it looks like baseball is going to be very fun to watch once again! I hope everyone is staying warm and healthy, and I’ll see some of you next weekend! Go Cougs!
Cameron Brink, Haley Jones lead No. 2 Stanford over Washington State 61-54 | The Spokesman-Review
STANFORD, Calif. — Cameron Brink scored 16 points and had 15 rebounds for her 10th double-double of the season, and No. 2 Stanford beat Washington State 61-54 on Thursday night.
Cougs Battle at No. 2 Stanford - Washington State University Athletics
STANFORD, Calif. (AP) — Cameron Brink scored 16 points and had 15 rebounds for her 10th double-double of the season, and No. 2 Stanford beat Washington State 61-54
Highlights: No. 2 Stanford women’s basketball remains undefeated in conference play with 61-54 victory over Washington State
No. 2 Stanford women's basketball defeats Washington State by a final score of 61-54 on Thursday, Feb. 24 at Maples Pavilion. The Cardinal improves to 24-3 overall and 15-0 in conference, while the Cougars fall to 18-9 overall and 10-6 in Pac-12 play. Follow Pac-12 women’s basketball this season with the Pac-12 Now App. Download the Pac-12 Now App today and set alerts for Pac-12 women’s basketball to make sure you never miss a moment of the action. Pac-12 Now is available today in your app store for iOS, Android, and Apple TV.
Warriors vs. Trail Blazers - Game Recap - February 24, 2022 - ESPN
There was a Washington State connection between Klay Thompson and Portland's CJ Elleby — and former Cougars quarterback Gardner Minshew, who was among the fans at the game.
Taylor Fires Six Shutout Innings, Cougars Shut Out LIU - Washington State University Athletics
WSU opened the series with a 10-0 win over LIU.
WSU shuts out Long Island U. in opener of Arizona set
Feb. 25—PEORIA, Ariz. — Sophomore outfielder Hylan Hall and senior outfielder Justin Van De Brake had two-run singles in a six-run seventh inning that broke open a close game Thursday as the Washington State baseball team shut out LIU 10-0 in the first of a four-game nonconference series at the Peoria Sports Complex. "In Hawaii, we were playing with a piano on our shoulder," said coach Brian ...
Cougs head to the Westside for round two - Washington State University Athletics
at Washington (13-13, 8-8) | Sat., Feb. 26 | 3 pm | Alaska Airlines Arena
Cougar Relay Team Sets School Record at Pac-12 Championships - Washington State University Athletics
WSU set the school record in the 200 free relay.
Johnsen, Brixey, and Johnson Ready For USATF Indoor Track and Field Championships - Washington State University Athletics
PULLMAN, Wash.-- Washington State graduate students Sam Brixey, Colton Johnsen and Nick Johnson will be heading to Spokane, Washington to compete in the 2022 USATF
Washington State vs. California - Game Preview - February 26, 2022 - ESPN
Get a preview of the Washington State Cougars vs. California Golden Bears basketball game.