The Washington varsity-eight boat scored a victory over Brown in the Husky Open crew competition Saturday on Montlake Cut.
The Huskies finished first in 5 minutes, 37.8 seconds, while Brown came in at 5:43.9.
“We worked all week to establish a strong base rhythm, where you hold the same boat speed with fewer strokes, and I think we really nailed it,” said coach Michael Callahan.
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• In the San Diego Crew Classic, Washington won its varsity eight heat with a 6:29.693 on Mission Bay with UCLA second at 6:33.365. Gonzaga was fourth at 6:40.316. For Washington State, its varsity eight took second in its flight at 6:38.218.
• At the Husky Open, Western Washington’s varsity eight prevailed over entries from Washington and Seattle U.
• Tanner Chleborad pitched 71
3 innings of one-run ball and Washington State (14-13, 5-3 Pac-12) was a 3-1 winner at home over California (14-14, 3-5). Chleborad (2-2) gave up six hits and struck out one.
• Gonzaga (10-20, 6-5 West Coast) dropped a 4-1 road decision to San Diego (21-9, 8-3 WCC).
• Host Sacramento State (19-11, 8-0 Western Athletic) rallied in the 15th inning for a 4-3 victory over Seattle U (11-14, 3-2 WAC).
• Central Washington (17-12, 10-8 Great Northwest) swept Western Oregon (19-13, 12-6), winning at home 11-9 and 2-1. Brandon Williams improved to 6-1 with a complete game in game two, striking out eight.
• Washington State’s Abby Regan ran the eighth-fastest 800 meters in Cougar history to take sixth at the Stanford Invitational in 2:07.07. Seattle Pacific’s McKayla Fricker had a 2:08.80 in the 800.
• Max Kaderabek and Henry Morris finished first in the 5,000 and the 3,000 steeplechase to pace Gonzaga during the Sam Adams Classic in Spokane. Kaderabek’s time of 15:32.82 topped his previous season best by nearly 17 seconds. Morris won in 9:50.78. Washington State freshman Kyle Farmer won the men’s 100 in a season-best 10.87 seconds.
• Eastern Washington’s Morgan Romey won the shot put at the Montana State Open with a personal-best of 46-4.
• Western Washington’s Bethany Drake shattered the school record in the women’s javelin by more than six feet with a winning toss 169-6 at the Shotwell Invitational.
• WSU is hosting a reunion of all its former track athletes in conjunction with the Pac-12 meet in Pullman May 16-18. Information is available at www.wsucougars.com. Rick Sloan, longtime WSU head coach, is retiring at the end of the outdoor season.
• Western Washington (22-9) takes a perfect 5-0 record into bracket play after blanking Cal State East Bay 5-0 and edging Chico State 5-3 in the softball Tournament of Champions in Turlock, Calif. Central Washington (19-13) is 4-1 after losing to Humboldt State 5-1 and beating Stanislaus State 4-1.
• Two home runs in the seventh pushed visiting Utah Valley (11-22, 4-2 WAC) to a 13-12 softball victory over Seattle U (13-25, 2-4 WAC).
• Northwest University (1-17, 1-11 Cascade) dropped two softball games to College of Idaho (18-10, 10-6), 8-2 and 9-4.
• Washington is in fourth place and Washington State is 15th after two rounds of the PING/ASU Golf Invitational in Tempe, Ariz. SooBin Kim (70) of UW is second at 5-under 139.
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From sports-information reports.