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Daugherty says you won't want to miss this

Daugherty says you won't want to miss this

PULLMAN -- Seven players returning, including star guards Lia Galdeira and Tia Presley. Seven new freshmen, who make up what June Daugherty calls her best recruiting class ever. How high will the Cougs fly this year? We went to Daugherty for answers.

You could say last season was a Cinderella year for the WSU women’s basketball team. However, the 2014-15 season will be a special one Cougar fans will not want to miss, according to head coach June Daugherty. A 90-78 loss to Montana in the first round of the WNIT last season served as a disappointing end to what was a substantial step forward for a long-suffering women’s basketball program. June...

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