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Ethridge, Leger-Walker and Murekatete set for Pac-12 Media Day

Oct 20, 2022

SAN FRANCISCO – The unofficial start of the 2022-23 women's basketball season gets underway on Tuesday, October 25, with the 2022 Pac-12 Women's Basketball Media Day in San Francisco. Washington State Women's Basketball Head Coach Kamie Ethridge, along with senior Bella Murekatete and junior Charlisse Leger-Walker will represent the Cougars at the event.

Coverage of the 2022 Pac-12 Women's Basketball Media Day will be available across Pac-12 Networks, Pac-12 Insider,, and the Pac-12 Now app. Commissioner George Kliavkoff is set to begin the day at 10 a.m. PT. On social media, Pac-12 Media Day can be tracked using the hashtag #Pac12WBB. In addition, @WSUCougarWBB, @Pac12 and @Pac12Network will have updates on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook throughout the day.

Those availabilities will be carried live on Pac-12 Network each morning and live studio coverage featuring each program will begin at 11:30 a.m. PT. Press conferences with head coaches and student-athletes can be watched on Pac-12 Insider, and the Pac-12 Now app.

Washington State's time slot on the Pac-12 Network is set for 12 p.m. PT, with Coach Ethridge, Leger-Walker, and Murekatete joining the Pac-12 Network talent for an in-studio interview. After that, WSU will take to the press conference stage at 2:20 p.m. PT. The press conferences from the Pac-12 Women's Basketball Media Day can be viewed via Pac-12 Insider. ESPNU will air a special on the Pac-12 Women's Basketball Media Day that begins at 3 p.m. PT.

Along with media day will come the preseason media poll, which will rank the teams from first to 12th, as voted on by the media, and the Preseason All-Pac 12 team as voted on by the media.

The Cougars enter their fourth year under Ethridge's direction. Washington State won a program record 11 Pac-12 games a season ago to finish in a tie for second in the league standings. The Cougars set the program record for the most single-season wins in the NCAA era with 19 victories en route to Washington State's second-straight NCAA Tournament appearance. WSU looks to make its third-straight NCAA Tournament appearance this season, as four of the team's five starters return to the fold for Coach Ethridge.

For more information on the Washington State women's basketball team, follow @WSUCougarsWBB on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.