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Washington State men will open Old Spice Classic against Butler

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The Washington State men’s basketball team will face Butler in its first game of the Old Spice Classic on Thursday, Nov. 28 at 11 a.m. Pacific in Orlando, Fla.

The matchup between the Cougars and Bulldogs will be televised on ESPN2. The three other matchups scheduled for Thanksgiving Day are Purdue vs. Oklahoma State (9 a.m.), Memphis vs. Siena (3:30 p.m.) and Louisiana State vs. Saint Joseph’s (5:30 p.m.).

The second day of action begins Nov. 29 at 8 a.m. Pacific with consolation No. 1 (on ESPNU), followed by semifinal No. 1 at 10:30 a.m. PT (on ESPN), semifinal No. 2 at 2:30 p.m. (on ESPN2) and consolation No. 2 at 5 p.m. PT (on ESPNU). Games continue Dec. 1.

Washington State has faced Butler one other time. The Bulldogs defeated the Cougars 84-68 on Christmas Day 2010 in the championship game of the Diamond Head Classic in Honolulu.


Kendall Prince of Corvallis, Ore., followed Monday’s course-record 5-under-par 67 with a 73 to take medalist honors in the Pacific Northwest Women’s Amateur Championship at Wine Valley Golf Club in Walla Walla. Prince will be the No. 1 seed entering Wednesday’s Round of 32 in match play.

Monica Vaughn, a two-time Oregon high-school champion, was second at 142. Last year’s champion, Chessey Thomas of Spokane, finished third at 145.

In the Pacific Northwest Women’s Mid-Amateur, being played concurrently at Wine Valley, Amanda Jacobs of Seattle took medalist honors with a 151.

• Washington State’s football season opener Aug. 31 at Auburn will be televised nationally on ESPNU, starting at 4 p.m. Pacific.

From sports-information reports.

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