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Gove tied for 20th at PGA Tour Q-School
Jeff Gove of Seattle shot a 68 and was tied for 20th place at 10-under 206 after three rounds of the PGA Tour Q-School at PGA West in La...
Jeff Gove of Seattle shot a 68 and was tied for 20th place at 10-under 206 after three rounds of the PGA Tour Q-School at PGA West in La Quinta, Calif.
Washington graduate Richard H. Lee (74) was tied for 31st at 9-under 207 at the halfway point of the six-day, 108-hole tournament and remains in the hunt for one of the 25 tour cards up for grabs.
Fellow UW alum Alex Prugh (75) was 155th at 4-over 220.
Michael Putnam (68) of University Place was tied for 108th at 2-under 214.
South Korea's Meen Whee Kim (67) leads by one shot at 18-under 198.
Sweden's Robert Karlsson was second after a 65. The 11-time European Tour winner was at 17-under 199. Edward Loar was 16 under after a 66.
At the LPGA Tour qualifying tournament in Daytona Beach, Fla., Washington State graduate Kim Welch shot a 73 and was tied for ninth place at 3-under 213 after three rounds.
Washington alum Anya Alvarez had seven birdies and shot a 69. She was tied for 41st at 3-over 219.
Moriya Jutanugarn maintained a big lead over the field after shooting a 69. She was at 13-under 203 and has a six-shot lead.
The top 20 in the five-round LPGA event will earn full tour status.
Venky Jois had 22 points and 13 rebounds, and Justin Crosgile had 16 points, 10 rebounds and six assists as host Eastern Washington (2-5) earned a 79-75 victory over Cal State Fullerton (3-3).
Washington State was sixth after the first day of competition at the Hawkeye Invitational in Iowa City.
• Four players signed letters of intent to play baseball for Seattle University: infielder Brock Carpenter from Milton, pitcher Nick DiPaola from Lakewood, Colo., catcher Sam Finfer from Bellevue and catcher Michael McCann from Vancouver, Wash.
• Lexi Biondi, a 5-foot-10 outside hitter from Albuquerque, N.M., signed a letter of intent to play volleyball for Seattle Pacific.
• Seven players signed letters of intent to play softball at Western Washington: pitcher Shayna Adelstein from Tucson, Ariz., catcher Lynsey Amundson from Arlington, outfielder Keilanna Harper from Everett, outfielder Autumn Isaacson from Lake Stevens, pitcher Aspen Ison from Gig Harbor, second baseman Kali Patterson from Bonney Lake and catcher MacKenzie Hughes from Ellensburg.
• Seven Northwest University students were named NAIA scholar athletes: Emma Neustel (women's soccer), Elizabeth Perkins (women's soccer), James Kerr (men's soccer), Tim Filion (men's soccer), Lauryn Ernster (volleyball), Heather Shulke (volleyball) and Sarah Stoker (volleyball).
From college sports-information reports, The Associated Press and other sources.