It’s been a rough season for Cougar baseball. The team lost 10 of their first 11 conference games to start Pac-12 play and looked lost as they made the trip to Arizona to take on the 9th ranked Wildcats. But, that’s where things turned around for WSU. The Cougs ran away from Arizona 11-5 on April 8 and picked up a 6-5 win the next night to win the series.
Despite losing game three in Tucson, the Cougs had to be feeling good... That is until coming home to host Cal. The Bears took two out of three in Pullman, including a 16-4 drubbing in game two of a doubleheader Friday night.
WSU will now hit the road once again to look to get back on track. The Cougs start a 4-game road trip this afternoon in Bellevue against Seattle U. This one is a makeup of a scheduled March 15 matchup against the Redhawks that was called off because of rain.
Much like the Cougs, it has also been a tough campaign for Seattle U. The Redhawks are 9-22 this season and have lost 11 of their last 13. They have a good opportunity, however, to turn things around over the next few weeks as they kick off a 7-game homestand.
The Cougs would love to pick up a win tonight before heading to Oregon for three this weekend. First pitch against Seattle U set for tonight at 3 p.m. in Bellevue. You can watch a live stream on the Seattle U website here.
WSU Opens Road Trip Wednesday at Seattle U - Washington State University Athletics
First pitch is set for 3 pm Wednesday in Bellevue.
Washington State spring camp notebook: Cougar secondary taking shape | The Spokesman-Review
PULLMAN – When Jaylen Watson declared for the NFL draft at the end of the 2021 regular season, Washington State’s secondary lost its most dependable cornerback and the undisputed leader of the position group.
Cougars Ready for Pac-12 Championship - Washington State University Athletics
WSU and Washington meet in Wednesday's first round for the second time in the past five days.
Schweitzer Engineering and Dr. Schweitzer donate $20 million to WSU | KLEW
Not sports related... But still cool!
In Pullman, Ed Schweitzer, and (SEL) Schweitzer Engineering, collectively donated $20 million to Washington State University. This major donation will pave the way for a state-of-the-art engineering building on campus. This donation is not only a monumental investment in future engineers, but also an opportunity to show students that they can change the world even in a place like Pullman.