Aubree Callen scored 20 points and was one of three Seattle Pacific players in double figures, but Corrin Waltrip poured in 36 points for...
Aubree Callen scored 20 points and was one of three Seattle Pacific players in double figures, but Corrin Waltrip poured in 36 points for Western Washington as the No. 9-ranked Vikings got past the Falcons in overtime of a Great Northwest Athletic Conference women’s basketball game on Saturday night, 80-76.
Katie Benson scored 18 points, and Suzanna Ohlsen had 13 for the Falcons (14-9, 8-7 GNAC).
Western Washington improved to 19-3, 13-1.
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David Downs scored 17 points, helping No. 5 Seattle Pacific (19-3, 12-2) down Northwest Nazarene 63-52 in a GNAC game.
• John Allen scored 27 points as No. 2 Western Washington (24-0) won its 30th straight game with a 105-78 victory over visiting Western Oregon.
• Collin Chiverton scored 18 points and Parker Kelly had 15 as Eastern Washington (8-17, 6-9 Big Sky) defeated visiting Southern Utah 86-72.
• Ryan Dornik scored 22 points and Michael Russo 19 as Northwest University (21-9, 11-7 CCC) routed Evergreen State 89-63.
Michelle Gascoigne allowed three hits and struck out 10 as No. 2 Oklahoma shut out No. 18 Washington 2-0 in the Campbell/Cartier Classic in San Diego.
Lauren Chamberlain’s two-run homer in the third provided the Sooners (9-0) all the runs they needed. Kaitlyn Inglesby was 2 for 3 for the Huskies.
Later Saturday, the Huskies (5-5) fell to Cal Poly 2-0.
• Seattle University (5-4) lost to No. 19 UCLA 5-0 and to Louisiana Monroe 1-0 at the Easton Desert Classic in Las Vegas.
Washington’s Team Brady Clark defeated Minnesota’s Team Tyler George 6-5 to win the men’s championship at the USA Curling National Championships in Green Bay, Wis. Team Clark will represent the U.S. at the World Men’s Championship from March 30 through April 7 in Victoria, B.C. The team also qualified for the 2014 U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Fargo, N.D., Nov. 10-17.
Team Clark consists of Brady Clark (Lynnwood), Sean Beighton (Seattle), Darren Lehto (Seattle), Philip Tilker (Seattle) and Steve Lundeen (Seattle).
Washington shot 11-over-par 295 to tie for fourth after the first day of the Peg Barnard Invitational at Stanford.
Washington and UC Davis split a pair of tight, one-run games in a nonconference doubleheader. The Aggies won the opener, 6-5, before the Huskies earned a 3-2 victory in the second game.
• Santa Clara took advantage of eight errors to defeat Seattle University 16-11.
• Host Western Carolina took advantage of seven errors by Washington State for a 15-10 nonconference victory.
• A six-run fourth inning doomed Gonzaga (1-2) as the Bulldogs fell 6-2 against No. 6 Oregon State (2-0) in the Palm Springs (Calif.) Tournament.
Other women’s basketball
Laura Hughes tied a career high with 20 points and Lexie Nelson scored 22 as Eastern Washington (14-10, 10-5) earned a 78-70 road victory against Southern Utah.
• Danielle Swain had 14 points and 12 rebounds as Evergreen State (7-15, 6-12 CCC) earned a 55-47 victory over Northwest University (2-23, 1-17), which was led by Alyssa Dario’s 15 points.
Alex Donigian won both the 60 (6.85 seconds) and 200 (21.96) in school record times, in leading the Western Washington men to the GNAC title in Nampa, Idaho.
The Viking women placed second as WWU’s Tanja Bjornsson was named the Female Most Outstanding Performer, finishing with 33 points.
Kishia Mitchell, Emily Quatier, Jasmine Johnson and McKayla Fricker set a Seattle Pacific school record in 3:48.91 in the 1600 relay.
• Ryan Villopoto of Poulsbo had a dominant effort to earn his third Supercross victory of the season at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
From sports-information departments and other sources.