Washington tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins, who was charged with misdemeanor driving under the influence in April, had a pretrial hearing...
Washington tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins, who was charged with misdemeanor driving under the influence in April, had a pretrial hearing in Seattle Municipal Court on Monday postponed until July 1.
Defense attorney Bill Kirk asked for the delay and a release of $1,000 bail on the condition that Seferian-Jenkins abstain from drinking and not drive without an ignition interlock device.
Seferian-Jenkins was indefinitely suspended from all official football activities after he was arrested March 9.
Huskies coach Steve Sarkisian has said he was waiting for the legal process to play out before deciding on a further punishment for Seferian-Jenkins, who is expected to be one of the top tight ends in the nation in 2013.
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Martin Breunig, who left Washington after his sophomore season, signed with Montana. Breunig played in 21 games as a freshman at Washington, but saw action in just nine games and scored one point as a sophomore.
Montana coach Wayne Tinkle announced the signing of Breunig, who will sit out next season due to NCAA transfer rules.
Tia Briggs, who earned all-state honors at Wilson High School in Tacoma, signed a national letter of intent to play at Western Washington this fall.
A bases-loaded walk to Adam Nelubowich in the eighth inning lifted Washington State (22-30) over Portland (18-36), 1-0, at GESA Stadium in Pasco. The walk made a winner out of senior Richie Ochoa (2-0), the fourth of five Cougars pitchers.
Western Washington was tied for fourth out of 20 teams after the opening round at the NCAA Division II National Championships in Hershey, Penn. WWU’s Jake Webb was tied for ninth individually at even-par 71.
Sounders FC Academy forward Jordan Morris was called in by the U.S. Under-20 National Team for the Toulon Tournament in Toulon, France, from May 28-June 8. Morris, a senior at Mercer Island High School, was named the Washington State Player of the Year in 2012.
• Cristian Roldan, a midfielder from Pico Rivera, Calif., who signed with the UW men’s soccer team in the winter, was named the 2012-13 Gatorade National Boys Soccer Player of the Year.
Compiled from wire and sports-information reports.
Bob Condotta also contributed
to this report.