Women’s season preview

Fourth-year coach June Daugherty believes she has the tools to get out of the PAC-10 cellar. Click to the tab below to read my season advance.

By Ryan Collingwood Of the Tribune 

PULLMAN – Fourth-year Washington State women’s basketball coach June Daugherty could point to a variety of setbacks that kept the the Cougars in the Pac-10’s bottom tier last season.

Their youth, which ranked sixth in NCAA Division I, and the inability to finish down the stretch being the most prevalent.

Amidst the Cougars’ 8-23, 3-15 campaign, however, the silver lining for Daugherty’s club wasn’t a chore to distinguish.

Washington State was competitive in the bulk of its Pac-10 meetings – not an annual occurence. Seemingly, the Cougars are catching up.

“We were in a lot of games last year,” Daugherty said. “But we couldn’t finish. Some of that has to do with coaching, and some had to do with inexperience.”

Tribune subscribers can read the rest of this story here

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