Sport Club News

11/2 - Softball Club Hosts Dad’s Weekend Doubleheader 

Washington State’s softball club will conclude their fall season November 6 as they host Boise State for a doubleheader. The team looks to end their schedule on a high note and provide Dad’s Weekend entertainment. Read More.


10/19 - Men's Water Polo Hosts Division Tournament 

Washington State’s men’s water polo club enters postseason play this weekend and will host their competitors for a playoff tournament. After winning half of their games so far, WSU has the opportunity to come out on top against teams that beat them in 2016. Read More.


10/7 -Women's Soccer Club takes on Washington

Washington State’s women’s soccer club took their first loss of the season against Gonzaga Oct. 1, but look to rebound when they play Washington and Seattle Oct. 8-9. The games will likely determine if the Cougs make the playoffs this season. Read more.


9/16 - Cricket Club Contending for Championship

There may not be many students at WSU who know the rules of the sport of cricket, and even fewer who can play it at a high level, but there is a group of talented athletes that form one of the best cricket team’s in the region. The WSU club cricket team has won five of their last six games and is in a tight race to get promoted to the highest division of cricket in their league. Read more.


4/4 - Baseball Club to host Western Washington for Mom's Weekend

In a series that will likely have playoff implications, the WSU club baseball team will square off against Western Washington, April 9-10. The games against WWU will be the first-ever played in Pullman by the club, which is in its first season this spring. Read more.


4/1- Cougar Crew Travels to San Diego for Regatta

After falling in their first race of the spring season to Gonzaga, men’s WSU Cougar Crew will race a fleet of competitors at the upcoming San Diego Crew Classic. The team will travel to sunny Southern California to race in one of the West Coast’s biggest regattas, April 2-3. Read more

3/29- Women’s Rugby to Host Playoff Game

The women’s rugby club team had a nearly unblemished regular season and has been rewarded with home-field advantage in their first playoff game. The Cougs will play UCLA Friday, April 1, at Valley Road Playfields in the first round of the Pacific Mountain Rugby Conference playoffs. The game will start at 5 p.m. Read more.


3/9- Wrestling Club to Defend Title at Nationals

After another successful regular season, the WSU Wrestling Club will take its talents to central Florida, and the NCWA National Championships. At the tournament, in Kissimmee, Florida, WSU will attempt to defend its title won in 2015. The tournament will take place March 10-12 and is hosted by the University of Central Florida. Read more.