As the Washington State Cougars took the field for spring practice number ten today (Thursday) things were heating up in the backfield.
Day nine of spring football is in the books for Head Coach Mike Leach and the Washington State Cougars.
In the midst of a ten game road trip, the L-C Warriors have maintained their superb play on the road going 4-1 midway through their ten game roady.
The LC Men's Tennis team was in action earlier Friday afternoon as they engaged in an exhibition battle against Skagit Valley College.
After a 25 win season ended in a trip to the NAIA postseason National Tournament, the LC Warriors men's basketball team was rewarded for their hard work and hustle all season long.
From one basketball tournament to another. The NCAA tournament's Final Four tips off this Saturday in Indianapolis and today (Thursday) we heard from the coaches for the first time since last week.
As the Washington State Cougar football team suits up Tuesday for the teams first full-pad workout of the spring, they'll do so under the direction of a new defense coordinator.
The Washington State baseball team was looking to snap out of a seven game skid on Sunday all while trying to avoid a sweep at the hands of the fifth ranked Bruins of UCLA.
Second chances are a part of life whether you're an athlete, a businessman, or just a regular Joe.
As for Cougar fans, they had to wait one extra day for their team to take the field for their first formal practice of the spring.
Vandal fans rejoice, your football team is back and looking better than ever.
If the saying 'three's a charm' is true, then the Vandals probably can't even contain themselves as they get back on the practice field.
After a convincing 86-76 win over 15-seed North Dakota State last week, the Bulldogs looked to make their first sweet 16 appearance since 2009.
Gonzaga left KeyArena roaring and Gill Coliseum in silence almost simultaneously Sunday. The Bulldogs are grabbing the spotlight in both the men's and women's NCAA Tournament.
Kyle Wiltjer and Kevin Pangos met at halfcourt for a hug and a high five. Gone are the questions about Gonzaga's five-year run of failing to advance from the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament.