Washington State (4-4) hosts Cal State Northridge (2-5) on Saturday at 7pm (PT) at Beasley Coliseum. Cougs coach June Daugherty will know what type of team she has after the matchup.
Yes, WSU defeated then-No. 10 Nebraska (6-1) on its home court — one of the toughest places to play in the country. But if the Cougs don’t display the same intense focus against the Matadors this weekend, then the upset means little.
“The key for us right now is to be able to build upon this,” Daugherty told reporters on Tuesday.
Following Saturday’s matchup, WSU has an 11-day break for finals until a matchup at Dayton (2-3) on Dec. 15. Here’s more from Daugherty on the win:
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