Washington, Washington State receive at-large selections to NCAA women’s rowing championships
Huskies and Cougars will be among 22 teams competing in Indianapolis
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.
• 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