Charlisse Leger-Walker, WSU’s outstanding sophomore, poured in a career-high 30 points last night in Boulder, helping WSU to a 63-56 win over Colorado. Twenty of those points came in the second half, which saw WSU pull away in the fourth quarter to get its fourth win in a row. WSU now sits at 14-6 overall and 6-3 in Pac-12 play. Keep this up and they should be looking at their second NCAA Tournament appearance in as many years.
WSU shot 40% from the field and held Colorado to 31.4%. Johanna Teder chipped in 14 points for WSU. Leger-Walke and Teder each hit four three-pointers. WSU hit 11 on the night and held Colorado to just 6-of-22 from beyond the arc.
Here’s the always fun locker room celebration:
And here are the full highlights:
If you’re in or near Pullman, go see this team play. They just had their game against Oregon rescheduled for Feb. 9 at noon. Who doesn’t love mid-day basketball?
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BOULDER, Colo. – Sophomore Charlisse Leger-Walker scored a career-high 30 points at Colorado on Friday, Feb. 4, to lead the Washington State women's basketball to a 63-56 win over the Buffaloes and give the Cougars their fourth-straight Pac-12 Conference victory.
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