The Seattle University women’s basketball team beat Northwest University 66-58 in an exhibition game Friday night at the Redhawk Center.

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The Seattle University women’s basketball team beat Northwest University 66-58 in an exhibition game Friday night at the Redhawk Center.

Madeline Dopplick led all scorers with 19 points. Kamira Sanders had eight points, seven rebounds and seven assists. Delaney McCann put up 13 points and five boards, while Joana Alves added 10 points and six rebounds.

Mariah Stacona scored 16 points for Northwest U.

Huskies win in vollebyall

The Washington volleyball team saved three Arizona State set points to win a thrilling and pivotal third set, and then turned that momentum into a stunning 25-4 win in set four to put away the Sun Devils 25-20, 18-25, 29-27, 25-4 at Alaska Airlines Arena.

The Huskies (14-9, 6-7 Pac-12) ended a five-match skid. They trailed by eight points in the third set at 5-13. But UW chipped away and managed to deny ASU the set on three occasions, finally winning it on an ace from sophomore Maria Bogomolova.

Bogomolova in the fourth set served the final 13 points in a row. Bogomolova finished with a career-high five aces.

Women’s soccer

Morgan Weaver scored a hat trick as Washington State beat visiting Washington 3-1. Weaver scored in the 11th minute and the 62nd minute to stake WSU (12-5-1, 5-5-1) to a 2-0 lead.

Washington (8-10-1, 3-8) got its goal in the 63rd minute from Pascale Dumesnil.

Weaver scored her 12th goal of the season in the 88th minute.

Women’s basketball

Gonzaga cruised to an 86-43 exhibition win over visiting Carroll College in front of 5,370 at McCarthey Athletic Center. Five Zags finished in double figures, paced by 23 points from Chandler Smith.

Junior hockey

The host Prince George Cougars defeated the Seattle Thunderbirds 4-1 in the first of back-to-back games between the two teams. Prince George (6-7-1-2) scored the first four goals. Seattle (7-5-2-0) avoided the shutout with 38 seconds left in the third period when Samuel Huo scored.

Connor Dewar and Riley Sutter scored goals for the Everett Silvertips (10-6-0-0), who lost 4-2 at home to the Tri-City Americans (10-4-0-0).

Women’s swimming

Host Washington State defeated Northern Arizona 135-126. The Cougars won eight individual events and both relays, while nine Cougars notched season-best times. Taylor McCoy led the way with three individual wins and a relay victory. Ryan Falk garnered 14 points.