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Washington softball opens tourney with two wins

Kaitlin Inglesby pitched a one-hit complete game for Washington, which beat Seattle University 8-0 in six innings Saturday at the Husky Softball Classic.

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Kaitlin Inglesby pitched a one-hit complete game for Washington, which beat Seattle University 8-0 in six innings Saturday at the Husky Softball Classic.

Hooch Fagaly powered the offense for the Huskies, going 2 for 2 with three runs batted in.

Later, the Huskies took a 4-0 decision from North Dakota. Nikia Williams, Kylee Lahners and Lindsay Monk each drove in a run for UW (21-1).

In the Redhawks' first game of the tournament, Jenny Hurst's seventh-inning single scored Ashley DeVaere with the winning run in a 2-1 victory against North Dakota.

Men's basketball

Northwest University's season came to an end with a 77-50 loss to top-seeded Northwood (Fla.) in the Elite Eight of the NAIA Division II national championships in Point Lookout, Mo. While the Rollie Massimino-coached Seahawks shot 64 percent in the first half, the Eagles (29-5) shot 28 percent, trailed 44-19 at the break and were never able to recover. Northwest was led by Jordan Call and Jason Waltman, who scored 12 points each.

Baseball

Cal Poly starter Kyle Anderson pitched a complete-game shutout to lead the Mustangs past Washington 2-0 in San Luis Obispo, Calif. Joe Meggs led the Huskies (9-5) offense, going 2 for 3 with a double.

• Bryndon Ecklund was 4 for 4 with a run scored and an RBI, and Nate Roberts was 3 for 4 with two RBI as Seattle University (9-6) rallied for a 4-3 victory over host UC Davis.

• UNLV scored twice in the bottom of the eighth inning to post a 4-3 victory over visiting Washington State (7-5).

Track and field

Washington's Katie Flood finished ninth (9 minutes, 19.69 seconds) and Megan Goethals 11th (9:24.68) in the women's 3,000 meters, wrapping up the Huskies' showing at the NCAA indoor championships in Nampa, Idaho.

The UW women (10 points) tied for 23rd, their third top-25 finish since 2005.

Elsewhere, Washington State's Stephan Scott-Ellis finished seventh (52 feet, 1 inch) in the men's triple jump to earn All-America honors; and Eastern Washington's Keisa Monterola placed fifth (14-1 ¾) in the pole vault to become the first female Eagles athlete to achieve indoor All-America honors.

• Seattle Pacific's McKayla Fricker finished fifth (2:11.69) in the women's 800 meters, and teammate Ali Worthen (3,763 points) was sixth in the pentathlon at the NCAA Division II indoor championships in Mankato, Minn., both earning All-American status.

Women's tennis

Liudmila Vasilieva, ranked 72nd, upset No. 13 Zoe Scandalis of USC, 4-6, 6-4, 6-0, to account for Washington State's only point in a 6-1 loss to the Trojans in Los Angeles.

Note

Em Good's Granite Curling Club team defeated Shelly Kinney of Minnesota, 7-6, to take the gold medal at the 2012 USA Curling Club National Championship in Mankato, Minn. The victory marks the 43rd national championship for Granite Curling Club since its opening in 1961, the most of any curling club in the United States.

In the men's gold-medal game, Seattle's Doug Kauffman rink fell to Aaron Wald of Minnesota, 9-5.

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