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Colorado puts foot down, blows out WSU men

Guard Derrick White scored 23 points and Colorado went on a 13-0 run late in the first half to take control from Washington State and the Buffaloes defeated the Cougars 81-49 on Sunday night at Coors Event Center in Boulder, Colo.

UW women throttle Arizona

After losing their last home outing two weeks ago, the Huskies knew they needed help to catch Pac-12 leader Oregon State and perhaps claim their first conference title in 16 years.

Gonzaga, Villanova receive early No. 1 seeds

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Villanova, the defending college basketball national champion, was selected as the No. 1 overall seed by the NCAA Tournament selection committee, which for fi rst time revealed the top 16 seeds one month ahead of Selection Sunday.

Without Fultz, Huskies can’t hang with Buffs

BOULDER, Colo. — In a Pac-12 game notable for who didn't play more so than for who did, Colorado avenged a January loss to Washington with an 81-66 victory Thursday night at Coors Events Center.

Zags keep cruising

LOS ANGELES — Twenty five games in, Gonzaga isn’t about to change what it does best.

Burston named BCHL Player of the Week

Wenatchee Wild’s Colin Burston was named the British Columbia Hockey League’s player of the week with his outstanding performances against Surrey Feb. 3-4.

WSU women get win over Utah

SALT LAKE CITY — Pinelopi Pavlopoulou scored 14 points, Alexys Swedlund added 13 and the Washington State women’s basketball team defeated Utah 61-55 on Sunday.

Seager has grown into a foundation-level player

Kyle Seager never has been satisfied as a professional baseball player. Perhaps it stems from being largely overlooked in college and later as a Mariners minor-leaguer. Once projected by scouts to be a utility infielder, the third baseman has made himself into a foundation-level player for the Mariners. He has performed at an All-Star level the past three seasons and only seems to be getting better.