Ryan Collingwood covers prep football and Washington State University basketball for the Lewiston Morning Tribune. He can be contacted at Rcollingwood@lmtribune.com.
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Shelton, a 6-foot-9 forward, will help fill Casto’s void D.J. Shelton, a 6-foot-9, 220-pound forward from Citrus College, rounds out Washington State’s 2010-2011 recruiting class. Shelton redshirted at Cal State Fullerton before playing at Citrus, a junior college in southern … Continue reading
PULLMAN — DeAngelo Casto’s suspension has been lifted just hours before tonight’s 8 p.m. National Invitation Tournament quarterfinal tip with Northwestern, Washington State athletic director Bill Moos announced. The 6-foot-8 junior from Spokane was originally suspended for the forthcoming game … Continue reading
PULLMAN — Washington State forward DeAngelo Casto has been suspended indefinitely for a violation of team rules and will miss Wednesday night’s NIT quarterfinal against Northwestern. A source with knowledge of the situation said a small amount of marijuana was … Continue reading
Big first half lifts Cougs in first round of NIT PULLMAN – The second half was virtually a microcosm of Washington State’s erratic season – and probably illustrated why this team is in the NIT. It was the first 20 … Continue reading
PULLMAN – Washington State guard Klay Thompson’s suspension was lifted on Monday and he’ll start Thursday’s Pac-10 Conference tournament opener against Washington, coach Ken Bone said. Thompson, the Pac-10’s leading scorer, was suspended Friday after receiving a misdemeanor marijuana possession … Continue reading
Pac-10’s top scorer will miss game with Bruins PULLMAN – Klay Thompson, Washington’s State’s junior guard leading the the Pac-10 in scorer, will not play in today’s game against UCLA after he was cited for suspicion of marijuana possession following … Continue reading
As Washington State trails Stanford 33-23 at halftime, the Cougars’ backcourt exhibits a void. That’s because second-year coach Ken Bone opted to suspend sophomore point guard Reggie Moore indefinitely after confirming details of Moore’s Dec. 12 marijuana-related arrest. Moore, who … Continue reading