The Washington women's golf team is third at 14-over-par 590, 12 strokes off the lead, after the first day of the Juli Inkster Spartan Invitational...
SAN JOSE, Calif. — The Washington women’s golf team is third at 14-over-par 590, 12 strokes off the lead, after the first day of the Juli Inkster Spartan Invitational at Almaden Golf & Country Club on Monday.
Stanford leads the field with a 2-over 578. California is second at 587.
Individually, Stanford’s Mariah Stackhouse is the only player under par at 3-under 141.
Washington’s Charlotte Thomas is tied for sixth at 2-over 146. Jennifer Yang is tied for eighth at 3-over 147 and SooBin Kim is a stroke back and in a seven-way tie for 11th.
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Besides showcasing multiple PBR World Champions — Silvano Alves (2012, 2011), Renato Nunes (2010), Kody Lostroh (2009), Guilherme Marchi (2008) and Mike Lee (2004). No. 1 PBR rider Shane Proctor, from Grand Coulee, will be returning to his home state.
Sophomore Riley Stockton was voted Defensive Player of the Year and Seattle Pacific teammate David Downs was the only repeat first-team, all-league selection on the Great Northwest Athletic Conference men’s basketball team.
The Falcons (23-3) also placed Jobi Wall and Patrick Simon on the All-GNAC second team, while Andy Poling and Stockton were honorable-mention selections.
Western Washington’s John Allen was selected Player of the Year. Central Washington’s Mark McLaughlin of Inglemoor High was Newcomer of the Year and Western’s Tony Dominguez was co-Coach of the Year. Western’s Paul Jones was a first-team pick and teammate Richard Woodworth was a second-team pick.
California leads the Pac-12 men’s swimming championships at the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way. Cal has 298 ½ points. Stanford (278) is second and USC (218) is third.
USC won three of four finals Monday with Cristian Quintero winning the 500-yard freestyle in 4 minutes, 13.37 seconds. In the 50 free, Vladimir Morozov won in 18.86 to repeat as champion. Morozov and the USC teammates Zachary Wagner of Lakeside High, Dimitri Colupaev and Maclin Davis won the 200 freestyle relay in 1:17.13.
In the 200 IM, Stanford’s Dave Nolan won in 1:42.41, defending his title.
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