Washington State basketball had a historic week; while the M’s made a move. Victor and I discuss on our latest podcast.
The Cougar women are going dancing for the second straight season. A first for the women’s program and only the second time a WSU basketball program has achieved it.
A slow start to the game ultimately doomed Washington State women’s basketball in the Pac-12 tournament’s quarterfinals. The Cougs now await their fate on Selection Sunday.
We got an interview with the Pac-12 media’s women’s basketball coach of the year and it was SO COOL.
A 19-3 run by Cal turned a 22-point deficit into a six point loss for the Golden Bears. WSU went silent from the field in the final five minutes.
The Cougars 71st straight loss to the Cardinal was the closest I’ve seen since I started covering the team.
The Pac-12 recognized Johanna Teder’s performance during the Cougar women’s historic weekend sweep with the Player of the Week award.
YES, HELLO THE COUGS ARE GOING DANCING AGAIN.
The Cougars picked up a resume building win and snapped an 11-game losing streak to ASU on Friday night. And that’s because Johana Teder was absolutely on fire.
Two different weekends leads to two, extremely, different NCAA tournament resumes for the Cougar basketball programs.