The Stanford Cardinal overcame a 22 point second half deficit to make it a game against the UCLA Bruins. Unfortunately for the Cardinal, their final shot bounced harmlessly to the court
Arizona, Utah, and Stanford are pretty much locks to get into the NCAA tournament after some impressive non-conference and conference performances. There are two Pac-12 teams that are currently on the bubble, and we take a look at their resumes.
WSU women’s basketball remains firmly in NCAA tournament conversation, despite a disappointing weekend
The Washington State University women’s basketball team was swept by No. 12 Stanford and California over the past weekend. But the Cougars remain firmly in the NCAA tournament discussion.
The Washington State Cougars upset the Stanford Cardinal 89-88 on Saturday night. Despite the fact that they found themselves in a 14 point hole early.
The WSU Cougars women’s basketball team lost their 59th straight game to Stanford on Saturday, 75-56. Washington State was unable to keep the Cardinal out of the paint, and it cost them the game.
The Cougars were awful on the defensive end of the court. But somehow only trailed the Golden Bears by one with 90 seconds left in regulation; and then a phantom foul call gave Cal the lead for good.
The Arizona Wildcats crunched Utah in a top 10 match-up. Washington put an end to its four game losing streak with a sweep of the Oregon schools, and much, much more.
Washington State struggled late against No. 9 Oregon State, as the Beavers overcame a 16 point deficit to survive the upset.
Washington State shot lights out from the field, and beat the Oregon Ducks 108-99 on Thursday night. Sophomore forward Josh Hawkinson led WSU with 26 points.
UW basketball has struggled at the start of conference play, as the Huskies have lost four straight games.
The Washington State women’s basketball team used an offensive explosion by guards Lia Galdeira and Tia Presley to beat the Arizona Wildcats 81-70.
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The Iowa Hawkeyes picked up a six-point, upset, victory over No. 20 Ohio State in Ohio during its conference opener. It was an impressive win for a program that has struggled to win over the last few years.
Washington State women’s basketball completed its non-conference schedule with a 9-2 schedule. But the Cougars were left out of the AP and USA Today Coaches Poll top 25s.
The Cougar women’s basketball team continued their hot start by beating Gonzaga 59-58 in Spokane. WSU used a 12-4 run to complete the late comeback.
The Washington State Cougars put together an impressive offensive performance in a 82-62 route of Seattle U. Tia Presley led all scorers with 25 points.