Huskies lead Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational | NW Briefs
The host Washington women's golf team took the first-round lead in a sun-soaked Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational on Monday at Sahalee Country Club.
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SAMMAMISH — The host Washington women's golf team took the first-round lead in a sun-soaked Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational on Monday at Sahalee Country Club.
The Huskies, ranked No. 1 by Golfweek, shot 5-over 293 for a four-shot lead over UC Irvine. Stanford is third at 299 and UC Davis, Oregon and San Jose State are tied for fourth at 302.
UW sophomore Cyd Okino shot 2-under 70 and holds a one-stroke lead over teammates Charlotte Thomas and SooBin Kim. The three Huskies were the only players who shot under par.
Kim's score did not count toward the UW's total. She is competing as an individual after finishing out of the top five during Saturday's qualifying round.
Mill Creek team
wins tennis title
A team from Mill Creek captured the women's title Sunday at the United States Tennis Association League 3.5 Adult National Championships in Tucson, Ariz.
Mill Creek beat a team from Indianapolis, 3-2 in the championship match, after beating the Western Hawaii team 3-2 in the semifinals earlier in the day.
Lacey O'Connell is the team's captain. Other members of the team are Jessica Young, Magui Garcia, Kelly Sun, Michelle Nguyen, Kathy McCann, Kristi Magee, Kim Abson, Kim Martin and Akiko Kusano. The team plays at Mill Creek Country Club.
• Senior transfer Nate Sackeyfio and freshman Michael Gallagher scored their first goals as Huskies, helping Washington beat UCLA for the first time in nearly two years with a 2-1 men's victory in Los Angeles. The win by UW (7-3-2, 2-0-1 Pac-12) snapped a 16-game conference winning streak by the Bruins (8-2-2, 3-1).
Uli Steidl, a Seattle University assistant coach in cross country and track, won the U.S. Masters Marathon Sunday in Minneapolis. Overall, Steidl's time of 2:20:59 was 13th among 8,781 finishers.
• Washington's men were tied for second place, four shots behind California, after play was suspended because of darkness in the Pac-12 Preview at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club near Portland. Freshman Tyler Salsbury led the 60-player field after rounds of 67 and 68 on the par-72, 7,017-yard Witch Hollow course.
• Seattle University's Will Holdridge shot a 4-under 68 for a share of sixth place in the first round of the Firestone Grill Cal Poly Invite in Monarch, Calif.
From sports-information reports.