October 21, 2022 – The Daily Evergreen

Volleyball and soccer each host home games, Ethridge gets extension


WSU outside hitter Laura Jansen serves the ball during an NCAA volleyball game against Oregon on October 7.

SAM TAYLOREvergreen sportswriter

Thursday was the fourth anniversary of ESPN College GameDay finally arriving in Pullman. A terrific day for WSU, Pullman and Cougs everywhere.

Relive the sights and sounds of the The 2018 football season that made College GameDay possible.

It’s a Busy Weekend in Pullman as Cougar volleyball and football both have home games against Arizona Schools.

WSU Women’s Basketball has signed Kamie Ethridge, their top coach in program history, to a contract extension ahead of a season in which the Cougs are looking to return to the NCAA Tournament for a third straight year. The one-year extension keeps Ethridge at Pullman through the 2027-28 season.

Sport is a powerful vehicle for protest and WSU student-athletes use their platform Consequently. Members of the WSU football team take a knee during the national anthem.

“I was always taught to stand up for the things I believe in and stand up for people who can’t stand up for themselves,” WSU footballer Mykiaa Minniss said in the article.

Daylon Hicks, Evergreen columnist and WSU high jumper, reflects on the dynamics of the track team.

WSU Women’s Golf earned tenth place at the Marilynn Smith Sunflower Invitational.

WSU Swimming lost their first home game to the Cal Bears.

USM tennis competed in the International Tennis Association North West Regional Championships.

WSU football is on its bye week and the Mariners season is over. But the Seattle Seahawks are tied for the lead in their division with three wins and three losses, while the NFC East appear to have three strong contenders in the Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants and the NFL’s only undefeated team, the Philadelphia Eagles. To find what’s going on in the nfl by Evergreen reporter Trevor Junt.

Although the Mariners were swept away by their formidable division rival, they did not go down without a fight. The Mariners lost on a home run and a home run by the same hitter, Yordan Alverez. Saturday’s third 18-inning game is the longest postseason game in baseball history, tied with three others.

In fact, the four divisional series delivered were littered with history. Take in the sights and sounds of the two divisional rounds of the MLB playoffs.

The San Diego Padres have a few fans here at Pullman, including Daily Evergreen columnist Erick Agular who is all aboard the Padres hype train.

Week seven of college football upset Alabama who ultimately lost to another team. Knoxville was rocking as Tennessee beat Alabama 52-49 with a field goal. Relive this and other moments in Evergreen reporter Brandon Willman’s weekly college football recap.

As part of the Murrow College Rural Reporting Plunge, our assistant photo editor was able to cover a high school football game. Check out his cover here: Lind-Ritzville dominates Reardan in a 2B football game

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