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2013-14 SCHEDULE/RESULTS
7-6 Overall, 0-1 in Pac-12 5-2 Home, 1-2 Away, 1-2 Neutral Site
Nov. 1 CENTRAL WASHINGTON (EXH) W, 93-56 Nov. 8 CSU BAKERSFIELD (Pac-12) W, 62-56Nov. 16 LAMAR (Pac-12) W, 84-64Nov. 21 at No. 13/12 Gonzaga (KHQ/ROOT) L, 90-74Nov. 24 TCU (PAC-12) L, 64-62Nov. 28 vs. Butler# (ESPN2) L, 76-69Nov. 29 vs. Purdue# (ESPNU) W, 69-54Dec. 1 vs. Saint Joseph’s# (ESPNU) L, 72-67Dec. 7 at Idaho (SWX) W, 67-66Dec. 15 PEPPERDINE (Pac-12) W, 78-61Dec. 18 vs. San Francisco State! (Pac-12) W, 80-50Dec. 21 UTEP (Pac-12) L, 64-51Dec. 28 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ST. (Pac-12) W, 85-48Jan. 2 at No. 1 Arizona (Pac-12) L, 60-25Jan. 5 at Arizona State (ESPNU) 3 p.m.Jan. 8 vs. Colorado& (Pac-12) 6 p.m.Jan. 12 UTAH (Pac-12) 4 p.m.Jan. 15 at Stanford (Pac-12) 7 p.m.Jan. 18 at California (Pac-12) 1 p.m.Jan. 22 OREGON STATE (Pac-12) 7 p.m.Jan. 26 OREGON (Pac-12) 4 p.m.Feb. 1 WASHINGTON (Pac-12) 3 p.m.Feb. 5 at Colorado (Pac-12) 6:30 p.m.Feb. 8 at Utah (Pac-12) 5 p.m.Feb. 12 CALIFORNIA (ESPNU) 8 p.m.Feb. 15 STANFORD (Pac-12) 4 p.m.Feb. 20 at Oregon State (Pac-12) 6 p.m.Feb. 23 at Oregon (Pac-12) 6 p.m.Feb. 28 at Washington (Pac-12) 7:30 p.m.March 6 USC (ESPNU) 8 p.m.March 8 UCLA (FS1) 8 p.m.March 12-15 Pac-12 Tournament% (Pac-12/FS1) TBD
! - Played at Toyota Center (Kennewick, Wash.)
 
& - Played at Spokane Arena (Spokane, Wash.)# - Old Spice Classic (Buena Vista, Fla.)* - Pac-12 Game
% - Pac-12 Tournament Played at MGM Grand Garden Arena (Las Vegas)
Home games in BOLD
WASHINGTON STATE (7-6, 0-1 ) AT ARIZONA STATE (11-3, 0-1)
Sunday, Jan. 5 | 3 p.m. PT/4 p.m. MT | Wells Fargo Arena | Tempe, Ariz.Washington State University Athletic Communications
Contact: Jessica Holmes | Work: 509-335-0255 | Cell: 509-781-0550 | jessica_schmick@wsu.edu
www.wsucougars.com
SERIES INFORMATION
Washington State vs. Arizona State
ASU leads the all-time series 38-35 (WSU Streak -2)At WSU: WSU leads 22-13At ASU: ASU leads 24-13Neutral Site: ASU leads 1-0Last WSU home win: 72-50, Feb. 18, 2012Last ASU road win: 63-59, Jan. 31, 2013Last WSU road win: 65-55, Jan. 29, 2009Last ASU home win: 69-57, Feb. 20, 2013Largest WSU margin of victory: 30 points (97-67), Feb. 13, 1993 (Pullman)Largest WSU margin of defeat: 41 points (45-96), Feb. 7, 2002 (Tempe)Most points scored:WSU: 103 (103-78), Mar. 2, 1996 (Pullman)ASU: 96 (45-96), Feb. 7, 2002 (Tempe); (55-96), Jan. 11, 2003 (Tempe)Fewest points scored:WSU: 45 (45-96), Feb. 7, 2002 (Tempe)ASU: 43 (53-43), Jan. 8, 1982 (Tempe)First meeting: ASU defeated WSU, 94-70, Dec. 21, 1959 at TempeLast meeting: ASU defeated WSU, 69-57, Feb. 20, 2013 at Tempe
BROADCAST INFORMATION
TV: ESPNUPlay-by-Play: Roxy BernsteinColor Analysts: Corey WilliamsProducer: Andy BockRadio: Cougar IMG Sports Radio NetworkPlay-by-Play: Bud NameckLive Stats: www.wsucougars.com
Spokane (FLAGSHIP) ..........................KXLY-AM 920 Centralia ..........................................KMNT-FM 104.3Colville ...............................................KCVL-AM 1240Colfax ................................................KCLX-AM 1450Moses Lake ......................................KBSN-AM 1470Mount Vernon .....................................KAPS-AM 660Pasco ..................................................KONA-AM 610Pullman ..............................................KHTR-FM104.3Seattle ..................................................KIRO-AM 710Walla Walla .......................................KGDC-AM 1320Yakima ..............................................KTCR-AM 1390Internet ...................................................Tunein.comXM Satellite Radio .....................................................
US BANK COUGAR COACHES SHOW WITH KEN BONE
The US Bank Cougar Coaches Show with Ken Bone, which airs every Monday, is broadcast live from Zeppoz in Pullman at 6 p.m., hosted by Derek Deis.Call In: 1-866-268-4825E-mail: gocougs@imgworld.comTwitter: Use #GoCougs to submit a questionListen Online: Listen online at the Washington State IMG Sports Network on TuneIn
Game 14 | at Arizona State | Wells Fargo Arena (10,734) | TV: Pac-12 Networks
Five dollar tickets are available for all home Cougar basketball games in Section 5. Tickets go on sale 90 minutes prior to tip-off and are on a 󿬁rst-come-󿬁rst-served basis. One ticket per fan and all customers must be in Washington State apparel.
MATCHUP
WSU CATEGORY ASUPullman, Wash. Location Tempe, Ariz.19,255 Enrollment 73,373Pac-12 Conference Pac-12Cougars Nickname Sun DevilsKen Bone Head Coach Herb Sendek77-71 (5th) Coach’s Record at School (Season) 131-112 (8th)412-238 (22nd) Coach’s Career Record (Season) 385-270 (21st)7-6 Overall Record 11-30-1 Conference Record 0-1NR National Ranking (AP/ESPN-USA Today) NR
67.2
 Points Per Game 78.363.5 Points Allowed Per Game 64.7
+3.7
 Average Scoring Margin +13.6
35.5
 Rebounds Per Game 37.6
32.8
 Rebounds Allowed Per Game 37.6
+2.6
 Average Rebound Margin +0.1
.428
 Field Goal Percentage .479
.432
 Field Goal Percentage Defense .391
.310
 3-Point Field Goal Percentage .389
.365
 3-Point Field Goal Pct. Defense .285
.613
 Free-Throw Percentage .681
11.5
 Assists Per Game 16.2
11.7
 Turnovers Per Game 10.3
12.2
 Turnovers Forced Per Game 11.5
1.0
 Assist/Turnover Ratio 1.6
2.7
 Blocks Per Game 7.3
5.7
 Steals Per Game 5.6
WASHINGTON STATE COUGARS
No.Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. PPG OtherReturnees
5 Will DiIorio G 6-6 195 Sr. 1.3 2.5 rpg10 Dexter Kernich-Drew G 6-7 190 Jr.* 6.3 2.4 rpg13 James Hunter F 6-10 265 Jr. 1.8 0.5 rpg15 Junior Longrus F 6-7 240 So. 3.7 3.6 rpg21 Dominic Ballard G 6-4 199 So.* 0.7 1.0 apg22 Royce Woolridge G 6-3 180 Jr.* 10.4 2.5 apg23 D.J. Shelton F 6-10 250 Sr.* 7.6 7.8 rpg25 DaVonté Lacy G 6-4 215 Jr. 18.9 3.4 3fg pg31 Keaton Hayenga F 6-5 209 Jr. -- --33 Brett Boese F 6-7 230 So. 1.7 .467 3fg pct
Newcomers
0 Ike Iroegbu G 6-2 190 Fr. 6.7 1.8 apg20 Jordan Railey C 7-0 245 Jr.* 4.0 3.2 rpg24 Josh Hawkinson F 6-10 245 Fr. 1.3 1.9 rpg32 Que Johnson G 6-5 205 Fr.* 8.4 2.2 rpg
*used redshirt season
 
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WASHINGTON STATE
 BASKETBALLGame 14 | at Arizona State | Sunday, Jan. 5 | Wells Fargo Arena (Tempe, Ariz.)
COACHING STAFF
Head Coach: ...............Ken Bone, Fifth season Alma Mater: ..................Seattle Paci󿬁c, 1983Assistant Coaches: .............................................................................Curtis Allen (Fifth season)................................Rod Jensen (First season).............................Ray Lopes (Second season)Director of Player Development .....................................................Tim Marrion (First season)Coordinator of Basketball Operations:....................................Mike Simonson (Third season)
PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
Brett Boese ...............................................BaseWill DiIorio (the second ‘i’ is capitalized) ........ ..............................................................De-OreoKeaton Hayenga ................KEY-ton hi-en-GUHIke Iroegbu ....................................Ee-RAY-BooQue Johnson ...........................................Q/CueDexter Kernich-Drew .........................Ker-NICKDaVonté Lacy ..............................Duh-Von-Tay
ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS
Asst. Director/MBB Contact: .Jessica Holmes Of󿬁ce Phone: ....................(509) 335-0255 Cell Phone: ........................(509) 781-0550 E-Mail: ...........jessica_schmick@wsu.eduAssociate AD/Director: .................Bill StevensAssistant Directors: ........Linda Chalich, Craig Lawson, Jessica Holmes, Bobby AlworthSID Address: ......Bohler Athletic Complex 195..................................Pullman, WA 99164-1602SID Fax: .....................................(509) 335-0267Website: ......................www.wsucougars.comOf󿬁cial Twitter Account: ...@WSUMensHoopsOf󿬁cial Twitter Account: .........@WSUCougarsKen Bone Twitter Account:...........@Ken_Bone
 No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. Exp. Hometown (Last School) 0 Ike Iroegbu G 6-2 190 FR HS Sacramento, Calif. (Oak Hill Academy) 5 Will DiIorio F 6-6 195 SR 3V Bainbridge Island, Wash. (Bainbridge HS) 10 Dexter Kernich-Drew G 6-7 190 JR* 2V Melbourne, Australia (Caul󿬁eld Grammar) 13 James Hunter F 6-10 265 JR 1V Sydney, Australia (Gillette College-Wyo.) 15 Junior Longrus F 6-7 240 SO 1V Oakland, Calif. (Bishop O’Dowd HS) 20 Jordan Railey C 7-0 245 JR* SQ Beaverton, Ore. (Iowa State) 21 Dominic Ballard G 6-4 199 SO* 1V Seattle, Wash. (Bothell HS) 22 Royce Woolridge G 6-3 180 JR* 1V Phoenix, Ariz. (Kansas) 23 D.J. Shelton F 6-10 250 SR* 2V Rialto, Calif. (Citrus College) 24 Josh Hawkinson F 6-10 245 FR HS Shoreline, Wash. (Shorewood HS) 25 DaVonté Lacy G 6-4 215 JR 2V Tacoma, Wash. (Curtis HS) 31 Keaton Hayenga F 6-5 209 JR 1V Sammamish, Wash. (Bellevue CC) 32 Que Johnson G 6-5 205 FR* SQ Pontiac, Mich. (Westwind Prep-Ariz.) 33 Brett Boese F 6-7 230 SO 1V Spokane, Wash. (Shadle Park HS)*used redshirt season
2013-14 WASHINGTON STATE ROSTER
COUGARS LOOK TO BOUNCE BACK AT ARIZO-NA STATE: Washington State University men’s basketball (7-6, 0-1) looks to bounce back after its loss at No. 1 Arizona Thursday as it travels to Tempe to take on Arizona State (11-3, 0-1), Sun-day, Jan. 5 at 4 p.m. MT/3 p.m. PT at Wells Fargo Arena.  • Sundays game can be seen on ESPNU as Corey Williams and Roxy Bernstein have the call.  • Bud Nameck, in his 21st year with Cougar Bas-ketball, will have the call on the Cougar IMG Ra-dio Network...please see the list of af󿬁liates on page one of today’s notes.  • Live updates can be found on Twitter by follow-ing @WSUMensHoops, the of󿬁cial Twitter ac-count of Washington State men’s basketball.AGAINST THE SUN DEVILS:  • Sunday marks the 74th all-time meeting be-tween the Cougars and Sun Devils, as WSU trails the series, 38-35. • WSU leads the series, 22-13 at home, while Ari-zona State leads at Tempe, 24-13, and 1-0 at neu-tral sites.  • The Cougars have lost the last four games against the Sun Devils at Tempe with their last win coming Jan. 29, 2009 when ASU was ranked 14th.  • Head coach Ken Bone is 3-6 all-time against the Sun Devils as a head coach and 2-6 as head coach of the Cougars. • Bone led Portland State to a 71-67 victory over ASU during the 2006-07 season...he’s looking for his 󿬁rst win in Tempe as the Cougars’ head coach at ASU. • Last season WSU fell to Arizona State, 63-59 in the 󿬁rst meeting at Pullman, Jan. 31, followed by a 69-57 defeat Feb. 20 at Tempe. ABOUT THE COUGARS:  • WSU fell in its Pac-12 opener, 60-25 to No. 1 Ari-zona, Thursday, Jan. 2 at McKale Center.  • The Cougars are 1-2 in road games this season, 1-2 at neutral sites and 5-2 in home games...prior to Thursday, their furthest road trip was 75 miles to Spokane to take on Gonzaga, Nov. 21.  • Junior DaVonté Lacy leads the team with 18.9 points per game, but has missed WSU’s last two games due to appendicitis.  • Lacy ranks 󿬁fth in the Pac-12 and 62nd in the na-tion with 18.9 points per game, leads the league and ranks 14th in the nation with 3.4 3-pointers made per game, is seventh with 1.5 steals per game and is 12th in the Pac-12 and 59th in the na-tion with a .407 3-point 󿬁eld goal percentage.  • Fellow-junior Royce Woolridge is contributing 10.4 points per game, as the only other Cougar scoring in double 󿬁gures. • Senior D.J. Shelton leads the team and is 10th in the Pac-12 and 87th in the nation with 7.8 re-bounds per game. • Shelton has grabbed 11 or more rebounds in three of the last four games...he has two double-doubles on the season and is 3 total points away from having 󿬁ve double-doubles.  • Redshirt freshman Que Johnson has picked up some of the scoring with at least 19 points in two of the last three games...he had a career-high 21 points against UTEP, Dec. 21. LAST OUTING:  • The Cougars had their lowest scoring output in over 70 years as they fell to No. 1 Arizona, 60-25, Thursday, Jan. 2 at McKale Center in Tucson, Ariz.  • Junior Longrus led the team in scoring for the 󿬁rst time in his career, 󿬁nishing with 6 points…he attempted his 󿬁rst 3-pointer of his career. • Longrus was the only Cougar with multiple 󿬁eld goals made…he played a career-high 26 minutes, his previous high was 24 minutes, played twice, most recently against UTEP, Dec. 21.  • Longrus also notched his 󿬁rst career start.  • WSU held Arizona to a season-low 60 points…its previous low was 63 points against UNLV, Dec. 7.  • Arizona’s 20 󿬁eld goals made tied its season low done against Drexel (Nov. 27). • No Cougar scored in double 󿬁gures for the 󿬁rst time this season, 󿬁rst in Bone era.  • WSU’s 7 󿬁rst-half points are its fewest since at least the 2000-01 season…Cougars had 9 points in the 󿬁rst half at Fresno State, Dec. 22, 2003.
 
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WASHINGTON STATE
 BASKETBALLGame 14 | at Arizona State | Sunday, Jan. 5 | Wells Fargo Arena (Tempe, Ariz.)
WSU CAREER LEADERS
3-POINT FIELD GOALS
1. Klay Thompson (2009-11) 2427. Chris Crosby (1997-2000) 2028. Marcus Moore (2001-04) 1529.
DaVonté Lacy (2012-present) 142 
3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS
1. Klay Thompson (2009-11) 6207. Marcus Moore (2001-04) 5038. Isaac Fontaine (1994-97) 4559. D
aVonté Lacy (2012-present) 383 
3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE
1. Isaac Fontaine (1994-97) (208-455) .45715. Derrick Low (2005-08) (220-583) .377
16. DaVonté Lacy (2011-present) (142-383) .371
17. Darryl Woods (1989-90) (78-211) .369618. David Sanders (1986-90) (93-254) .36619. Daven Harmeling (2005-09) (124-342) .36320. Jerry McNair (2001-03) (128-357) .358
 • WSU’s leading scorer, junior DaVonté Lacy did not play due to appendicitis he suffered last Sat-urday. • Fellow starter Dexter Kernich-Drew did not play due to a concussion. LACY ON PACE FOR RECORD BOOKS: • Junior guard DaVonté Lacy is on pace to become the 34th Cougar to reach 1,000 career points, and could do it in his junior season. • With 785 points, Lacy needs 215 more points to reach 1,000 in his career, meaning if he plays at least 29 games, he’ll need to average 14.6 ppg over the season.  • Right now Lacy is averaging 18.9 points per game…if he keeps up the average, he could ac-complish the feat in WSU’s 26th game this sea-son, depending on his return to the court. • Lacy is also climbing up the record books for 3-pointers made, currently in sole possession of ninth with 142 career 3-pointers. • He is on pace to 󿬁nish in the top-6 by the end of his career at WSU, averaging 1.9 made 3-pointers a game over his career. • If he continues his season pace of 3.4 3-pointers made per game, he will add at least 57 to his 142, which would put him in the top 10 in the WSU re-cord books by the end of the season. • He is currently 10 away from Marcus Moore (2001-2004) in eighth place with 152. • Lacy is ranked 15th in the WSU career record books with a .371 3-point 󿬁eld goal percentage.
LACY SPICES HIS GAME UP IN FLORIDA: • Junior
DaVonté Lacy proved his early start to the season wasn’t a 󿬂uke over Thanksgiving Weekend at the Old Spice Classic near Orlando, Fla.  • The 6-4 guard scored at least 25 points in 2 of the 3 games and averaged 22.3 points per game in the tournament. • Lacy led the Cougars in scoring in all three games, putting up 26 points in their loss to Butler (Nov. 28), 16 in the win over Purdue (Nov. 29) and 25 in the loss to Saint Joseph’s (Dec. 1).  • He also led the Cougars in assists in two of those games, rebounding in one and steals in one, av-eraging 4.0 rpg, 3.0 apg and 1.0 spg.
NEW GUYS STEPPING UP: • The Cougars have four newcomers on this season’s team; true freshmen Ike Iroegbu and Josh Hawkinson, redshirt freshman Que Johnson and redshirt junior and Iowa State-transfer, Jordan Railey. • So far each of the newcomers has appeared in every game and the four have combined for 14 starts.  • The four newcomers are contributing a com-bined 20.3 points per game this season and have reached double 󿬁gures eight times. • Iroegbu and Johnson are two of four Cou-gars not named
DaVonté
Lacy to lead the team in scoring this season when Iroegbu had 20 points at nationally ranked Gonzaga, Nov. 21 and Johnson had 21 against UTEP, Dec. 21. and 19 against MVSU, Dec. 28.  • Johnson is the only other Cougar aside from Lacy to lead the team in scoring twice this season.
KEN BONE GETS 400TH CAREER WIN: • With WSU’s win over Buffalo, Dec. 21, 2012, WSU head coach Ken Bone got his 400th career win as a head coach and now has 412 wins. • He has 77 wins at WSU, had 77 in four years at Portland State, 253 victories in 12 seasons as head coach at Division II Seattle Paci󿬁c and 5 wins at Division III Cal State Stanislaus...he’s been a head coach for 21 seasons. • Bone has 154 career wins in his ninth season as a Division I head coach. COUGARS SIGN TWO: • Head coach Ken Bone signed two student-athletes to NLIs during the early signing period, guard Tramaine Isabell and forward Jermaine Morgan.  • Tramaine Isabell (6-1, 170, G, Seattle, Wash./ Gar󿬁eld HS) spent his freshman through junior years at Lakeside High School and currently at-tends Gar󿬁eld High School where he’ll play under head coach Ed Haskins. • Jermaine Morgan (6-8, 215, F, Chicago, Ill./ Whitney Young HS/ Moberly Area CC) currently attends Moberly Area Community College in Moberly, Mo., after transferring from Odessa Col-lege in Texas following his freshman year.
COUGARS IN THE COMMUNITY:
The Cougars have been very active in the community over the last two years. Below is a breakdown of some of the work they’ve done in the community.2011-12 Season • Cougar Elite Camp (WSU Campus) - June 18-19, 2011  • Cougar Day Camp (WSU Campus) - June 21-24, 2011  • Cougar Team Camp (WSU Campus) - June 28-July 1, 2011 • Palouse Habitat for Humanity (Uniontown) - July 9, 2011 • Learning Center Sports’ Week (Pullman) - July 27, 2011 • National Lentil Festival Street Fair (Downtown Pullman) - August 19, 2011  • National Lentil Festival Parade (Downtown Pullman) - Au-gust 20, 2011  • WSU Family Weekend (WSU Campus) - Sept. 10, 2011  • Pullman Senior Center (Downtown Pullman) - Sept. 16, 2011 and Feb. 24, 2012  • Free Kids’ Clinic (WSU Campus) - Oct. 1, 2011  • YMCA Keys to Success (Pullman) - Oct. 8, 2011 • Jefferson Elementary School (Pullman) Oct. 31 and Nov. 2, 2011 • Sacred Hearth Children’s Hospital Visit (Spokane) – Dec. 28, 2011 • Free Kids’ Clinic (Spokane) – Dec. 30, 2011 • Sunnyside Elementary School Pizza Party (Pullman) Jan. 17, 20122012-13 Season • Cougar Elite Camp (WSU Campus) - June 16-17, 2012 • Cougar Day Camp (WSU Campus) – June 18-21, 2012 • Cougar Team Camp (WSU Campus) – June 26-29, 2012 • Hoopfest (Spokane) – June 29-30, 2012 • Palouse Habitat for Humanity (Uniontown) July 21, 2012 • National Lentil Festival Street Fair (Downtown Pullman) - August 17, 2012  • National Lentil Festival Parade (Downtown Pullman) – Aug. 18, 2012  • Pullman Senior Center (Downtown Pullman) – Oct. 8, 2012  • Free Basketball Clinic for Youth (Lapwai, Idaho) – Oct. 20, 2012 • Free Kids’ Clinic (WSU Campus) - Oct. 28, 2012 • Pullman Senior Center (Downtown Pullman) – Oct. 29, 2012  • Campus Trash Pickup (WSU Campus) – Nov. 11, 2012 • Sunnyside Elementary School (Pullman) - Dec. 14, 2012 • Jefferson Elementary School (Pullman) - April 22 & 24, 20132013-14 Season • Cougar Elite Camp (WSU Campus) - June 15-16 2013 • Cougar Day Camp (WSU Campus) – June 17-20, 2013 • Cougar Team Camp (WSU Campus) – June 27-30, 2013 • National Lentil Festival Street Fair (Downtown Pullman) – August 16, 2013  • National Lentil Festival Parade (Downtown Pullman) – Aug. 17, 2013  • First Down Friday (Downtown Pullman) - Sept. 13, 2013 • Free Kids’ Clinic (WSU Campus) - Oct. 27, 2013 • Butchs Bash (WSU Campus) - Dec. 5, 2013 • Free Kids’ Clinic following MVSU game (Beasley Coli-seum) - Dec. 28, 2013

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