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Washington men win opener at NCAA tennis championships
The Washington men's tennis team defeated North Carolina State 4-1 Friday in the first round of the NCAA championships, handing coach Matt...
MALIBU, Calif. — The Washington men's tennis team defeated North Carolina State 4-1 Friday in the first round of the NCAA championships, handing coach Matt Anger his 300th career victory.
Washington trailed 1-0 after doubles, but rallied to win four straight in singles.
Max Manthou defeated Austin Powell, 6-3, 6-2, at No. 4 singles; Emmett Egger topped Julian Sullivan, 7-5, 6-3, at No. 3; Martin Bots held off Dominic Hodgson, 6-2, 1-6, 6-3 at No. 2; and Viktor Farkas got the winning point with a 7-6 (7-2), 6-2 win over Robbie Mudge at No. 5.
Before the match, UW junior Kyle McMorrow was named to the All-Pac-12 first team for the second straight year.
The Huskies (17-8) will face seventh-seeded Pepperdine in the second round at noon Saturday.
UW golfers eighth
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — The Washington women's golf team shot 15-over-par 303 in the second round at the NCAA East Regional and sits eighth (23-over 599) out of 24 teams at Penn State Golf Course.
Sadena Parks shot a 1-under 71, and leads the Huskies in the individual standings at 31st.
UCLA's Adam Plutko (7-3) outdueled Washington ace Aaron West (6-5) as the 11th-ranked Bruins shut out the Huskies, 2-0, at Safeco Field.
• Seattle University (21-23) fell 4-1 at Ohio State. Jace Sloan drove in the Redhawks' (21-23) lone run with an RBI ground out in the first inning.
• Washington State's Taylor Ard hit his Pac-12-leading 11th home run of the season, but the Cougars (24-21, 9-12) fell 3-2 at No. 11 Stanford.
• Central Washington (18-29, 10-19 GNAC) swept a road doubleheader from Northwest Nazarene, 10-8 and 4-0.
Track and field
Seattle University's Kaytie Bateman (heptathlon, third, school-record 4,402 points) and Katie Tougas (second, long jump, 17 feet, 10 ¾ inches) medaled at the Great West Conference outdoor championships in Humble, Texas.
• Western Washington had three event winners on the first day of the Great Northwest Athletic Conference outdoor championships in Monmouth, Ore.: Karis Anderson (pole vault, meet-record 12-6 ¾); Emily Warman (long jump, meet-record 19-1 ½) and Michael Hoffman (discus, 160-9).
• Eastern Washington's Kyle King won the 10,000 in 30:52.23 at the Big Sky Conference outdoor championships in Bozeman, Mont.
The Seattle Pacific men's novice four boat cruised to a second-place finish in its heat race in 7:01.97, earning a berth in the semifinals at the 74th annual Dad Vail Regatta on the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia. The SPU women's varsity four also advanced by placing third in its heat in 7:58.56.
• Washington State's DaVonté Lacy has been named to the U.S. Eagles men's basketball team, which will travel to East Asia in June to compete with high-level and professional teams in several large cities. The team, made up of Euroleague and Division I athletes, will be coached by Washington assistant Paul Fortier.
• Several local teams have advanced to the US Youth Soccer Region IV (West) Championships, June 18-24 in Phoenix: Eastside FC 94 RED of Mercer Island (under-17 boys); NWN 97 Red of Mountlake Terrace (under-14 girls); WPFC 98 Black of Redmond (under-13 boys); Crossfire Premier 97 of Redmond (under-14 boys); UPFC 96 Black of Redmond (under-15 boys); Crossfire Premier 95 of Redmond (under-16 boys); WPFC 93 Black of Redmond (under-18 boys); and WPFC 98 Black of Redmond (under-13 girls).
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