WSU Cougars Women's Basketball
The Cardiac Cougs are back!
It’s been a great few days for WSU football and basketball.
Later this week, the school’s selected consulting firm will move forward with figuring out the best path forward for the aging building.
The Cougar stand-out put pen-to-paper last week
WSU battled, but ultimately were doomed by an inability to score.
Another magical season ends in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
The Wildcats feature Ayoka Lee, one of the best players in the country.
Seeded 8th, the team will face 9th-seeded Kansas State in the first round.
Washington State expects a second-straight NCAA tournament bid on Selection Sunday.
Many program firsts were achieved in the win on Saturday.
The Cougs made a convincing case for another NCAA tournament appearance.
Krystal, Shir and Michaela will ride off into the sunset with one final upset win at Beasley.
The women succeed while the men do not.
It was WSU avoiding the comeback attempt this time
Krystal the Magician works her magic again.
This one was over nearly from tip-off.
Talent at the skill positions is a good place to start.
Wins over UW and OSU have the Cougs making progress toward another NCAA tournament appearance.
WSU refused to lose to their rivals.
WSU is led by a masked Johanna Teder with 17 points.