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Camille Little signs multi-year deal with WNBA Storm

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The Storm has re-signed starting forward Camille Little to a multi-year contract, the team announced Monday.

Terms were not disclosed.

Little, who has started 182 of the Storm’s 188 games since being acquired in a trade with Atlanta in 2008, averaged 10.9 points and 4.7 rebounds last season.

Athletes of the week

Pac-12 baseball : Washington’s Brian Wolfe, a senior from Snohomish, hit a team-best .563 and slugged the first home run in renovated Husky Ballpark to earn player of the week. Oregon lefty Tommy Thorpe, a junior from Vancouver, Wash., was pitcher of the week after tossing eight shutout innings in a 1-0 win over Utah.

GNAC track & field: Seattle Pacific’s McKayla Fricker, who posted the best 800-meter time (2:08) in NCAA Division II last Saturday at the Oregon Preview, is the women’s track athlete of the week. Western Washington’s Katie Reichert, a sophomore from Kelso, and Frank Catelli, a sophomore from Sequim, swept the field honors. Reichert unleashed the nation’s top javelin throw (162-1), while Catelli uncorked the second-best shot put (57-2¼) in conference history and the eighth-best discus throw (165-4), all at the meet in Eugene.

• GNAC softball: Western Washington shortstop Haylee Baker, a senior from Poulsbo, was co-player of the week after hitting four home runs, batting .471 and driving in 12 runs in four games.


Ying Luo fired a 2-under 70 to tie for individual honors and Kelli Bowers (74) aced the 160-yard 12th hole to help Washington tie Pepperdine for the first-round lead (290) at the Anuenue Spring Break Classic in Kapalua, Hawaii. Seattle U was 14th, with a 318 score.

• Washington State’s baseball team lost 2-1 at Cal State Northridge, scoring its only run on Yale Rosen’s first-inning triple.

Bubba Morrow and Jenny Hurst hit two-run homers as Seattle University beat Northwest in exhibition softball, 7-0.

• The Seattle Pacific women got a berth for the 32nd time in 33 years to the USA Gymnastics Collegiate Championships that run April 11-13 in Providence, R.I.

• Washington State opens its spring football practice Thursday, with the first of 15 practice dates. The annual Crimson and Gray Game is April 26 in Spokane.

• Seattle U split in tennis, the men (7-12) beating Southern Utah 7-0 and the women (3-16) losing 7-0 to Grand Canyon.

From sports-information reports.

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