Williams finished with the second-lowest score individually.
ANTALYA, Turkey — UW golfer Chris Williams, the world’s top-ranked amateur, and U.S. Amateur champion Steven Fox each shot 2-under 69 on Sunday to help the United States win the rain-shortened World Amateur Team Championship with a record team score.
Fox, from Hendersonville, Tenn.; Williams, from Moscow, Idaho; and Justin Thomas of Goshen, Ky., combined for a 54-hole total of 24-under 404.
They teamed to beat Mexico by five strokes at Antalya Golf Club to give the United States its 14th Eisenhower Trophy title.
Williams finished second individually to Mexico’s Sebastian Vazquez.
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The second-ranked Washington volleyball team easily dispatched the Colorado Buffaloes in Boulder, Colo., with a 3-0 win to improve to 15-0 and 6-0 in Pac-12 play. The Huskies hit .324 as a team with Krista Vansant’s 13 kills leading the way offensively.
UW got off to fast starts in all three sets and survived a late CU run in the third for the 25-17, 25-16, 25-22 victory. The Huskies held the Buffaloes (12-6, 2-4 Pac-12) to .092 on Sunday with 12.5 blocks. Washington led in kills (35-32), aces (4-1), and digs (22-20).
The Everett Silvertips couldn’t overcome an early 4-0 deficit, falling to the Tri-City Americans 5-3 at Comcast Arena in Everett.
• Earlier Sunday, the Silvertips announced a trade with the Seattle Thunderbirds that sent 18-year-old goaltender Daniel Cotton to Everett in exchange for a sixth-round pick in the 2014 WHL Bantam Draft. Cotton played the final 33 minutes against Tri-City, stopping all 14 shots he faced.
Seattle University lost a back-and-forth match to host Cal State Bakersfield, 4-3.
Washington State recorded its sixth shutout of the season, defeating Arizona 3-0 at home.
• Lindsay Elston and Falon Miller scored for Washington in a 2-0 home win over Arizona State.
• Seattle University beat Idaho at home, 5-1, in the first conference game between the two teams played at Championship Field.
• Eastern Washington tied defending regular-season champion Northern Colorado 0-0 at home.
• Western Washington defeated Central Washington 1-0 on a goal from Ashton Griffen at Yakima Community College.
Seattle University’s Flavio Malagutti reached the semifinals of the Blue Flight bracket at the Boise State Appleton Classic in Boise, Idaho, while Will Topp and Zach Kosanke reached the semifinals in the Orange Doubles Flight.
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