The Washington State news has picked up the pace again in the past week, which means it’s time for the AM Links to make a return. Plenty of stuff going on yesterday. Let’s link!
Monda was WSU’s best hitter and possibly its best pitcher last season. By deciding not to sign, he’s turning down a bonus worth upwards of $250,000. Most sixth-round picks sign, so Monda’s decision to return for his senior season is somewhat of a surprise. Leckenby and Trace Tam Sing’s returns were lesser surprises as they should be able to boost their stocks with strong seasons.
WSU-Rutgers Ink Series – Pac 12 Blog
The rumored series between Washington State and Rutgers is now official.
WSU athletic director Bill Moos announced Wednesday that the teams will meet twice beginning next year.
MADISON, Wis. — The Wisconsin football team has agreed to a home-and-home series with Washington State, the two schools announced on Wednesday. The Badgers and Cougars will meet in Madison during the 2022 season before Wisconsin makes the return trip to Pullman, Wash., during the 2023 campaign.
SAN FRANCISCO - Fresh off its fourth NCAA postseason in five years, the Washington State women’s soccer team is scheduled to make eight television appearances in 2013.
All-eight matches will be on the Pac-12 Networks, including three in Pullman. Seven of the eight appearances will come during Pac-12 play. The Cougars host UNLV. Sept. 13 at 2:30 p.m. in their only nonconference match on the Pac-12 Networks.
Happy Humpday Cougs, and as always we hope things are well in your world. Today we keep things moving with OldSavage’s mega-WSU previews, as he looks at the back of the defense (that’s the linebackers and defensive backs, FYI). How do the LB’s, CB’s and safeties look heading into the season? Let’s let OldSavage fill us in…