Puyallup's Ryan Moore and Everett's Renee Skidmore received Player of the Year honors from the Pacific Northwest Golf Association. Moore, a senior at UNLV, was the men's division...
Puyallup’s Ryan Moore and Everett’s Renee Skidmore received Player of the Year honors from the Pacific Northwest Golf Association.
Moore, a senior at UNLV, was the men’s division winner, and Skidmore, a freshman at Idaho, was the women’s winner. The awards will be presented officially next spring.
Also honored were Chris Maletis of Portland (senior men); Alison Murdoch of Victoria, B,C. (senior women); Rafael Lee of Burnaby, B.C. (junior boys); and Inah Park of Burnaby (junior girls).
TACOMA Pacific Lutheran rode a 31-9 run to a big first-half lead, but Evergreen State fought back and went on to a 70-60 victory in a nonconference game in Olson Auditorium.
After the Lutes (2-6) went ahead 33-16, Evergreen (5-6) responded with a 12-0 run to end the half, bringing the Geoducks within five at intermission.
Evergreen began the second half by scoring 10 of the first 14 points and, after fending off a PLU surge, took the lead for good at the 9:35 mark
Reserve Kurt Oliver scored 15 points all on three-pointers for the Lutes, and Sudon DeSuze had 11 points and 10 rebounds.
Josh Peterson had 15 points and eight boards for Evergreen.
University of Puget Sound women’s soccer coach Randy Hanson has accepted a position as director of training with the Manchester United Soccer School at Starfire Sports in Tukwila.
Lindsey Egerdahl and Mark Mandi were named most valuable runners at the Washington cross-country postseason banquet.
Angela Wishaar and Brad Liber were named most improved runners; Jeremy Mineau and Meghan Lawrence were the top newcomers; and Travis Boyd, Alison Tubbs and Jamie Gibbs were named the most inspirational runners.
Compiled from reports by college sports-information directors and other sources.