Vogelpohl was stunned when she learned her wrist was broken: “I’m not gonna lie. When I got the news, I was devastated.”
By Friday night the video would be No. 8 in the ESPN SportsCenter’s Top Ten Plays of the Day.
With 99 victories in their four WSU seasons, the trio of seniors are the winningest class ever in Raiders’ women’s basketball.
“Our kids are confident. They know they’re going to have to play well — that this can’t be one of those 0-for-19 starts — but they believe we have a chance to win.”
"If we’re talking about just pure skill — someone who can handle the ball, pass, get to the rim, make a three, make a pull up, do every facet — that’s Angel."
“No one prepares you for that sort of attention,” Beachler said. “You constantly have to keep your feet on the ground. I know who I am and I’m very self-aware.”
Sundaram Narayanan was fired in January 2018 by the WSU board of trustees after being on paid leave in a faculty position for more than three years.
The Californian says mom’s kidney transplant wait keeps her going.
“We didn’t do a very good job finishing the game, but we’re playing a good team and an incredibly experienced team.”
Merriweather expects WSU’s depth to pay dividends as the Raiders look for their first NCAA tournament victory in their second appearance.