Washington continued its dominance at the Kikkor Husky Invitational, winning by 18 strokes, and Cheng Tsung-Pan repeated as medalist at the Gold Mountain Golf Club in Bremerton.
Pan finished 11-under 205 to win by six strokes.
The Huskies completed a round of 6-under 288 for a three-round total of 17-under 847, 18 shots ahead of Arizona State (865).
It was the third straight season that the Huskies won their home tournament.
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Michael Anderson of Washington State tied for second with Joe Parkinson of Brigham Young at 5-under 211.
Huskies Corey Pereira and Trevor Simsby tied for fourth at 4-under 212.
Washington State was 11th at 16-over 880 and Gonzaga was 12th at 892.
• Host Cal State Northridge earned a 3-0 victory (25-23, 25-18, 25-18) over Seattle University in a nonconference volleyball match.
Alec Goodrie led the Redhawks with seven kills on 11 attempts for a .636 hitting percentage and three block assists, while Allison Farley also had seven kills.
“We were able to string some points together tonight, played better offense, and had a better block, but in the end we were too inconsistent,” Seattle U coach James Finley said.
• Northwest University’s Josh Gue
rrero’s 30-yard shot in the 83rd minute lifted the host Eagles to a 3-2 upset of No. 12 Concordia as the teams opened Cascade Conference play.
• Gonzaga’s Heather Johnson scored two goals and Karley Baggerly scored her first to pace the Bulldogs (3-3) to a 3-0 women’s soccer victory over Eastern Washington (1-6).
• Washington State’s Micaela Castain is the Pac-12 Women’s Soccer Player of the Week.
From sports-information reports