Brenden Kichton scored two goals to lead the Spokane Chiefs to a 4-1 victory over the Everett Silvertips in a Western Hockey League game...
EVERETT — Brenden Kichton scored two goals to lead the Spokane Chiefs to a 4-1 victory over the Everett Silvertips in a Western Hockey League game Wednesday night.
Ryan Harrison scored Everett’s goal.
Stanford took a two-point lead over Arizona after the first day of the Pac-12 women’s swimming championship at King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way.
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The Cardinal won the 800 yard freestyle relay in 6 minutes, 57.12 seconds.
Arizona won the 200 medley relay in 1:36.22. The meet continues through Saturday
• The Seattle University women opened the Western Athletic Conference swimming and diving championships with a school record in the 200 medley relay at the Aquatic Center at Palo Alto College.
The quartet of Tiffany Dang, Kevlyn Richards, Melissa Randolf and Nicole Doi posted a time of 1:46.15, .23 faster than the previous mark set two years ago at the MPSF Championships.
The Seattle University baseball team (1-8) lost to Brigham Young 10-0 at Bellevue’s Bannerwood Stadium.
BYU (5-5) scored all the runs it would need in the first inning, as Jacob Hanneman and Hayden Nielsen led off with back-to-back singles. After a sacrifice bunt by Adam Law, Jaycob Brugman sent a double down the left-field line, driving in both Hanneman and Nielsen to give the Cougars a 2-0 lead.
• Seattle Pacific placed nine players — five men and four women — on the Great Northwest Athletic Conference all-academic basketball team. Named for the Falcon men were Riley Stockton, David Downs, Jobi Wall, Scott Morse and Ryan Todd. Falcon women selected to the team were Suzanna Ohlsen, Rachel Murray, Katie Benson and Michelle Teng. Picked from Central Washington were Jordan Starr, Jordan Coby, Tayler Fettig, Jessica VanDyke and Courtney Johnson. Chosen from Western Washington were Damien Fisher, Chris Mitchell, Brandi Benner and Corinn Waltrip.
• The Washington Huskies first softball game in Seattle this year, at Seattle University, was called due to rain. The game will be rescheduled; no date has been set.
• John Johnson, senior associate athletic director at Washington State and ex-AD at Weber State, is one of three finalists for the Nevada athletic director job.
• The Northwest University men’s basketball team will play in the NAIA Division II National Championships in Point Lookout, Mo., for the third straight year. The Eagles (22-10) play Dordt College (26-6) of Iowa on March 7 at 7:15 p.m.
• Washington forward Rhys Duch was named the National Lacrosse League Offensive Player of the Week.
Compiled from team reports and sports-information departments.