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WSU Reveals Men's Basketball Jerseys

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Washington State University men's basketball student-athletes Will DiIorio, DaVonté Lacy and D.J. Shelton revealed the team's new white, crimson and gray jerseys for the 2013-14 season, Thursday.

This season the team will be wearing Nike Hyperelite Uniforms, which are made from a thinner and lighter material than previous uniforms. The laser-cut perforations increase ventilation and Dri-FIT fabric helps wick sweat away so every player is equipped to stay cool, dry, comfortable, and move better. A more obvious change to the fans is the addition of the Washington State University fight song on the back of each jersey.

Season tickets for the 2013-14 men's basketball season are currently on sale, while mini-plans go on sale Monday, Sept. 16. Single-game tickets go on sale for CAF members and season ticket holders, Monday, Sept. 30, and to the general public, Friday, Oct. 4. For tickets or ticket information, please visit or call 1-800-Go-Cougs (1-800-462-6847).

Fans can see the new uniforms in person as the Cougars host Central Washington in exhibition action, Friday, Nov. 1, before opening the season, Friday, Nov. 8 against CSU Bakersfield at 7 p.m. at Beasley Coliseum. For the complete schedule, please go to

Courtesy: Washington State Athletic Communications

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