Washington men lead Redhawk Invitational by 12 strokes
Frank Garber leads at 7over-par 149 and teammate Jonathan Sanders is tied for second at 8 over.
Led by Frank Garber and Jonathan Sanders, Washington took a commanding 12-stroke lead over Oregon State in the Redhawk Invitational at Chambers Bay on Monday.
Garber shot 7-over 149 to lead the field and Sanders shot 8 over (tied for second) to help the Huskies to a 38-over 606. Oregon State is second at 618. Washington State is tied for fourth at 624. Seattle U is seventh at 632.
Washington’s Carl Yuan is tied for seventh at 10-over 152. Seattle U’s Ross Kukula and Joe Harvie are tied for ninth at 11 over.
UW wins softball series with Arizona
Ali Aguilar homered and No. 11 Washington earned a 5-1 victory over No. 18 Arizona to win the three-game series.
Julie DePonte tripled in a run for the Huskies (23-8, 4-5 Pac-12) and Morganne Flores had a two-run single.
The Arizona (23-12, 5-4) pitching staff was uncharacteristically wild, walking five batters, two of which came around to score.
The Wildcats were 0 for 10 with runners in scoring position and scored on an error.
• The Washington State women shot 299 twice for a 22-over 598 and sit seventh after two rounds of the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic at the Ak-Chin Southern Dunes Golf Club in Maricopa, Ariz. Seattle U is 10th at 31-over 607. WSU’s Alivia Brown and Madison Odiorne are tied for 10th at 3-over 147. Dorsey Addicks lead the Redhawks at 4 over.
• Seattle University junior infielder Brock Carpenter has been named Western Athletic Conference baseball hitter of the week.
• Lynelle Decker of Seattle Pacific, who ran two national top-10 times and was part of a third with the 4x400 relay at last weekend’s Stanford Invitational, has been named the GNAC women’s track athlete of the week for the third time this year.
• Western Washington student athletes Kali Patterson (softball), Bethany Drake (track and field) and Alex Donigian (track and field) have been selected as Great Northwest Athletic Conference athletes of the week.
From sports-information reports.