The Washington Huskies remain third as a team and Chris Williams is tied for third among individuals through 54 holes of the Pac-12 men's...
The Washington Huskies remain third as a team and Chris Williams is tied for third among individuals through 54 holes of the Pac-12 men’s golf championship at Los Angeles Country Club.
The Huskies are 28-over par with a three-round total of 1,078.
Top-ranked Cal is 6 over and leads hosts UCLA by two strokes.
Williams is at 2-under 208. Husky junior Trevor Simsby remains ninth at 1-over 211.
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Washington State is 11th at 66-over 1,116.
Seattle University’s men’s golf team is in 10th place at 38-over 326 after the second round of the Western Athletic Conference Men’s Golf Championships at Rio Secco Golf Club in Henderson, Nev.
Saint Martin’s Lacey McGladrey and Saints pitcher Sam Munger have been selected the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Player of the Year and Pitcher of the Year.
Rick Noren, who guided the Saints to a 36-13 record and the GNAC regular-season title, was voted the Coach of the Year.
Central Washington’s Jill McDaniels was voted the GNAC Newcomer of the Year, while outfielder Remy Bradley earned GNAC Freshman of the Year honors.
Western’s Alexie Levin, Camille Depew and Jordan Walley were chosen to the first team.
Track and field
Ali Worthen of Seattle Pacific won her third straight GNAC women’s heptathlon title in Monmouth, Ore., scoring a GNAC-record 5,390 points. SPU’s Katy Gross was third at 4,992.
Mitchell Tolman was 3 for 4 and drove in seven runs as Oregon downed Seattle U 12-7 in Everett.
• Washington Stealth general manager Doug Locker has been named the National Lacrosse League GM of the year.
• Western Washington men’s basketball guard John Allen, a senior from Mountlake Terrace High, has been named to the Basketball Times NCAA Division II first team.
From team and league reports.