Other Cougars honored include linebackers Isaac Dotson and Tristan Brock, quarterback Luke Falk and offensive lineman Eduardo Middleton.

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Washington State’s linebacking corps boasts some of the best GPAs on the football team. Three of the Cougars’ five All-Pac-12 academic team selections play the linebacker position.

Middle linebacker Peyton Pelluer was named to the All-Pac-12 football academic second team, the conference announced Wednesday.

Four others — QB Luke Falk, OL Eduardo Middleton, LB Isaac Dotsonand LB Tristan Brock — were garnered honorable-mention All-Pac-12 honors.

Pelluer, a junior, leads WSU’s defense with 89 tackles this season. The Sammamish native is a history major at WSU, and holds a cumulative 3.43 GPA. Pelluer is only the 10th Cougar in program history to be named a three-time All-Academic selection.

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Falk and Dotson, both juniors, also earned their second all-academic honors after being named as honorable mentions last year. Falk, from Logan, Utah, is a social sciences major with a 3.24 GPA, while Dotson, a Bellevue native, is a marketing major with a 3.10 GPA.

Women’s soccer

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Deven Sideroff scored 1:03 into overtime to give Kamloops a 4-3 victory over visiting Seattle, which got goals from Ethan Bear, Mathew Barzal and Ryan Gropp.

Carter Hart made 20 saves and Bryce Kindopp scored twice in Everett’s 5-0 victory over visiting Kootenay.

• Former Washington Husky Sadena Parks is tied for sixth after shooting a 69 (32-37) in the first round of the LPGA Qualifying Tournament in Daytona Beach, Fla.