The honor adds top Mulflur’s NCAA title, WGCA National and West Region coach of the year.

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National champion Washington women’s golf coach Mary Lou Mulflurwas named the Pac-12 coach of the year.

Mulflur, who is also the 2016 WGCA National and West Region coach of the year, earned her third conference coach-of-the-year honor and her first since she won in back-to-back years in 1998 and 1999.

Track and field

Washington sophomore Amy-Eloise Neale qualified fifth for the 1,500-meter finals in 4:13.93 at the NCAA championships in Eugene, Ore.

The Huskies’ Charlotte Prouse had the seventh-fastest qualifying time for the 3,000 steeplechase in 9:59.15.

In the 800 semifinals, Baylee Mires grabbed the final qualifying spot in 2:04.35.

Katie Knight placed 15th (33:36.90) in the 10,000, earning second-team All-America honors.

Elizabeth Quick tied for 11th in pole vault at 13-3½, also earning second-team All-America honors.

Also, Anna Maxwell earned second-team All-America honors by placing 12th in the 1,500 (4:16.41).


• Two UW women’s rowers earned CRCA All-America honors. Sarah Dougherty was named to the first team and Danielle Olson to the second.

Gonzaga senior Kara Soucek was named the program’s first-ever first-team All-American.

Katya Hewitt of Western Washington was a Division II first-team selection.