Washington senior Chris Williams was tied for third after two rounds of the Pac-12 men's golf championships at The Los Angeles Country Club...
Washington senior Chris Williams was tied for third after two rounds of the Pac-12 men’s golf championships at The Los Angeles Country Club.
Williams shot a 4-under 136 along with UCLA Freshman Jonathan Garrick and finished five strokes behind leader Max Homa, a senior from No. 1 California.
The Golden Bears led the team competition after the first day of the four-round tournament with a 5-under 695. The Huskies sit at third with a 9-over 709. Washington State was 12th with a 55-over 755.
UW’s Trevor Simsby was tied for sixth with an even-par 140.
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Other men’s golf
Seattle U ended the first round of the Western Athletic Conference Championships in seventh place at Rio Secco Golf Club in Henderson, Nev.
No. 10 Washington will be a No. 4 seed in the Central Region of the NCAA Division I Championship in Norman, Okla., May 9-11.
Track and field
Ali Worthen of Seattle Pacific built a 232-point advantage with 3,224 points in the heptathlon after four events at the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Multi-Event Championships in Monmouth, Ore.
From team and league reports.