Washington State Cougars Men’s Basketball Tickets
The Washington State Cougars might be the sleeper pick of the Pac-12 this season, and GoTickets can put you right in the action with Washington State basketball tickets. We have great Beasley Coliseum seats for every game on the Cougars schedule.
Washington State Cougars Men’s Basketball Schedule
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The Washington State Cougars have only been to the NCAA Tournament six times in their long history. That’s the bad news, but the good news is that two of those times have been in recent years and that the Cougars nearly made it to the Big Dance again last season. Under second year head coach Ken Bone, the Cougars went 22-13 last season and had a respectable record of 9-9 in the Pac-10 Conference. That wasn’t quite good enough to earn an invite to the NCAA Tournament, but they did go to the NIT and made it to the semifinals at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Those extra games should help what was a very young Washington State basketball roster last season. So now is the time to get your Washington State Cougars tickets for any games you want to see this season, including the Pac-12 Conference Tournament.
Even though the Cougars struggled at times last season and had a hard time putting together a winning streak in the Pac-10, they scored a big home win against #17 ranked Washington at Beasley Coliseum in Pullman and they beat #15 Baylor earlier in the season. The Cougars also attracted some strong crowds to Beasley Coliseum, and GoTickets helped many fans get there with Cougars basketball tickets. This year’s Washington State Cougars basketball schedule will include some new additions to the Pac-10, as Utah and Colorado have joined to form the Pac-12 Conference. Order your Washington State basketball tickets now.
Coach Bone has spent his entire career in the Pacific Northwest so he would like nothing better than to turn the Cougars into a powerhouse. He was born and raised in Seattle and he had great success as the coach of Division II Seattle Pacific, including one season in which he led them all the way to the Final Four of that tournament. Then it was on to Portland State, where he took that program to consecutive NCAA Tournaments. Now he’s trying to get the Cougars back to the Big Dance, and you can be there to see it with Washington State Cougars basketball tickets.