Prestigious event at Xfinity Arena will feature some of world’s top gymnasts.

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More than 300 of the world’s best gymnasts will compete at the 2016 Pacific Rim Gymnastics Championships at Everett’s Xfinity Arena next April 8-10.

The three-day event is expected to feature athletes from more than 15 countries, including Canada, China, Japan, Russia and the United States, competing in men’s and women’s gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, and trampoline.

Golf

• While Amanda Beyke maintained her spot at the top of the individual leaderboard, the rest of the Seattle University women’s golf team closed two strokes behind (25-over 309) leader Towson after the second round of the Monterey Bay Invitational at the Rancho Canada Golf Club West Course in Carmel, Calif. Beyke is at 10-over 152 and leads by three strokes over Alexis Hios of Towson. Seattle U’s Jamie Huo is third at 157.

• The Washington State women’s golf team concluded the opening day of the Wildcat Invitational in 12th place at the Sewailo Golf Club in Tucson, Ariz

The Cougars shot a 12-over 300 in the second round, improving on a first-round 306 to finish with a two-round 30-over 606.

• The team from Tacoma Firs GC with PGA professional Todd Erwin and assistant professional Derek Barron lead after the first round of the Pro-Assistant Championship at Meridian Valley CC after shooting 8-under 64. They lead by one stroke over the teams from Skagit G&CC in Burlington, with PGA professional Craig Welty and assistant professional Scott Thompson and the team from Rainier G&CC with PGA professional Darren Black and his assistant professional Carl Hetterle.

Notes

• Senior Suzanna Ohlsen of Seattle Pacific has been voted to the Daktronics All-West Region women’s basketball second team. Ohlsen led the Falcons to a 22-7 record and a spot in the NCAA West Regional semifinals. She averaged 17.7 points, 3.9 assists, and 3.2 steals per game this season.

• Gonzaga fell 4-3 to visiting San Francisco in the finale of a three-game baseball series.