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Originally published May 20, 2014 at 7:57 PM | Page modified May 20, 2014 at 9:17 PM

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Washington, Washington State receive at-large selections to NCAA women’s rowing championships

Huskies and Cougars will be among 22 teams competing in Indianapolis


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Washington and Washington State received at-large selections to compete in the NCAA Division I Women’s Rowing Championships beginning May 30 in Indianapolis.

Washington placed second in the Pac-12 championships last weekend, propelled by a victory in the novice-eight and a second-place finish in the varsity eight.

Washington State, which placed fifth at the Pac-12s, will make its eighth overall team appearance, its second consecutive and its fourth in five years.

“It feels awesome, it was really a nail-biter,” WSU coach Jane LaRiviere said about learning the Cougars had made the field of 22 crews.

NOTES

Parker Bohn III, of Jackson, N.J., broke a 46-year-old record during the Professional Bowlers’ Association Northwest Regional on Sunday at Daffodil Bowl in Puyallup. Bohn averaged a record-setting 278.62, compiling a score of 2,229 over the eight-game match-play final to record his 21st PBA Regional title. Bohn’s performance topped the record set by Billy Hardwick in 1968 by 64 pins.

Jordan Ferreira of University Place, who just finished her freshman year at Notre Dame, fired a 77-70—147 at Rainier Golf and Country Club to lead qualifying for the U.S. Women’s Open. Her 70 in the second round set a women’s course record.

• Seattle University junior catcher Brian Olson and sophomore outfielder Landon Cray were named to the All-Western Athletic Conference baseball first team.

• Gonzaga senior Payden Cawley Lamb (.434 average), sophomore Caleb Wood (.333 average) and freshman Brandon Bailey (6-2, 2.85 ERA) were named to the All-West Coast Conference baseball first team.

From sports-information reports



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