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Cougars Host Colorado State For Hall of Fame Weekend

Cougars Host Colorado State For Hall of Fame Weekend


COLORADO STATE (0-2, 0-0 Mountain West) at WASHINGTON STATE (2-0, 0-0 Pac-12)

2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 17, 2022 •  Pac-12 Networks

Gesa Field (32,952)  •  Pullman, Wash. 

COUGARS HOST COLORADO STATE FOR HALL OF FAME WEEKEND
Washington State closes out nonconference play hosting Colorado State Saturday afternoon on WSU Hall of Fame weekend. Kickoff is set for 2 p.m. on Pac-12 Networks. 

WSU TO INDUCT ALL-FEMALE CLASS INTO ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME

WSU will induct eight individuals and one team into its Athletic Hall of Fame Friday and recognize the class during Saturday’s games. As part of the Cougars’ year-long Power of IX campaign celebrating the 50th anniversary of Title IX, the 2022 class is an all-female class. The list of eight inductees and one team comprising the 2022 class includes: Eka Burduli (tennis, 2005-08), Tammy Crawford (rowing, 1990-2002), LaToya Harris (volleyball, 1999-2002), Kiersten Dallstream (soccer, 2006-09), Lisa Fraser (soccer, 1989-94), Anastasia Kostina (golf, 2003-06), Celestine N’Drin (track & field, 1986-90), Georgette Reed (swimming/track & field, 1988-91), 1991 Women’s Basketball.

LAST WEEK

WSU went on the road and knocked off No. 19 Wisconsin 17-14 last Saturday. Running back Nakia Watson scored two touchdowns and WSU forced a pair of fourth-quarter takeaways to beat their first ranked team since 2018.

NEXT UP

WSU continues its three-game homestand and opens Pac-12 Conference play hosting Oregon next Saturday.

ABOUT WASHINGTON STATE 

Last season, Washington State went 7-6 overall including a 6-3 mark in Pac-12 Conference play in 2021 and made third sixth bowl game appearance in the last seven seasons, dropping a 24-21 decision to Central Michigan at the Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl. The Cougars closed the regular season with a 40-13 win at Washington in the Apple Cup. WSU’s defense led the Pac-12 and was fifth in the country with 29 takeaways including 14 fumble recoveries, second-most in the country. All-Pac-12 first-team selection EDGE Ron Stone Jr. tied for fourth in the league with 11.5 tackles-for-loss and All-Pac-12 first-team kicker Dean Janikowski tied for second in the league with 14 made field…

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