College Sports


New stadium, swagger for UW

When the trip to sunny Arizona in February was finished and Washington was humbled by a pair of Big Ten powers and lost to a conference neighbor, Lindsay Meggs decided bluntness was the way to go.

Warriors blast Big Bend

The Walla Walla baseball team sweeps Big Bend behind its offense in a doubleheader on Wednesday.

Price gets chance to shine at UW pro day

After not getting an invite to the NFL combine, Washington QB Keith Price gets his chance in front of scouts on Wednesday.

Kent needed WSU, and WSU needed him

Ernie Kent has started up again, wearing those dapper suits, preaching the gospel, swearing it can be done, doing what he was meant to do.

WSU introduces Kent

Students flock to Bohler Gym to watch WSU present Ernie Kent as its new basketball coach.

Cougars get visit from Gesser

Former Cougar QB Jason Gesser talks with current WSU players while watching spring practice on Tuesday.

Cougars overcome rough start to season

Less than a week after being involved in a three-car accident that sent him to Pullman Regional Hospital, Washington State baseball coach Donnie Marbut is back in the dugout with the Cougars.

Warriors open spring golf season at Horn Rapids

The Walla Walla Community College men’s golf team opened its spring season at Horn Rapids Golf Club on Sunday and Monday.

Kent takes on WSU project unlike any other in Pac-12

Ernie Kent, who is somewhat familiar with Houdini escapes, Monday accepted a challenge of a similar magnitude, that of rebuilding the sagging Washington State men’s basketball program.

Kent new WSU hoops coach

Former Oregon head coach Ernie Kent is hired by Cougar AD Bill Moos on Monday.

Huskies QB Miles won’t be charged in assault case

Washington receiver Damore’ea Stringfellow will be charged, but quarterback Cyler Miles reportedly won’t be in an assault case.

Washington women lose at UTEP in WNIT quarterfinals

Washington’s run in the WNIT came to an end Monday with a 70-63 loss to UTEP in front of a raucous crowd of 10,227.

Missionary winning streak at six games

WALLA WALLA — Whitman College extended its winning streak to six games Sunday afternoon by completing a three-game Northwest Conference baseball sweep of Lewis & Clark with victories in both ends of a doubleheader at Borleske Stadium.

Missionaries shut out Pioneers

Pitchers Brett Lambert, Spencer Hobson and Nick Johnson allow just three hits combined in the win.

Warrior baseball team splits with Yaks

Walla Walla drops its first East Region game to Yakima Valley, 8-6, after winning the opener.