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Saturday, May 11, 2013 - Page updated at 10:00 p.m.
Washington women golfers fall to 15th in NCAA Central Region | Northwest
Washington shot a second-round score of 19-over 307 in the NCAA women's golf Central Region in Norman, Okla., Friday to drop from 12th to 15th in the standings.
The Huskies will have an uphill climb in Saturday's final round at Jimmie Austin OU Golf Club if they want to be one of the eight teams that advance to the NCAA Championship May 21-24.
The fourth-seeded Huskies are at 25-over, 10 shots off the cutline, which was established after two rounds.
Host Oklahoma leads with a two-day total of 7-under 569.
Washington scored two each in the eighth and ninth to overcome a 4-0 deficit, but Utah scored a run in the 10th to edge the Huskies, 5-4, at Husky Ballpark.
Andrew Ely was 4 for 4 while Michael Camporeale was 3 for 4 with a double and an RBI for Washington (17-30 overall, 8-14 Pac-12).
• Host Cal State Bakersfield (32-18, 15-7 WAC) cruised to a 13-1 victory over Seattle University (19-30, 8-13).
• Jason Monda and Trace Tam Sing each collected three hits and Washington State (21-24, 8-14 Pac-12) edged USC 7-6.
Fueled by a spectacular finish from Marton Bots, Washington survived a thrilling first round NCAA matchup to defeat Notre Dame, 4-3.
Tied 3-3, rain forced the match inside where Bots did his best work, winning five straight games to pull out a 7-6 (10-8), 2-6, 6-3 victory over Quentin Monaghan.
Shawna Wright led off the bottom of the ninth with a home run as host Washington (38-14, 16-7 Pac-12) edged California (35-17, 9-14) 9-8.
Track and field
• Ali Worthen of Seattle Pacific broke the meet record at 19 feet, 8 inches and tied the overall conference record in winning the long jump at the GNAC meet in Monmouth, Ore.
Western Washington's Cheyenna Pinley won the women's pole vault at 11-8 ½ and the Vikings' Brett Watson took the men's high jump (6-5).
• Seattle University's Hannah Mittelstaedt won the 3,000-meter steeplechase in 10:45.84 at the WAC championships in Arlington, Texas.
• Seahawk Max Unger, Seattle Councilmember and former Husky Bruce Harrell, former Seahawk Cortez Kennedy and coaches Don White and Mark Stewart were among the inductees into the Pacific Northwest Football Hall of Fame.
• Chris Bae of Issaquah and Craig Larson of Tacoma. won the WSGA Men's Best-Ball by two strokes at 14-under 130 at Kent's Meridian Valley Country Club.
From team reports and other sources.
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