Chris Williams (Moscow High) tied the University of Washington record for most career wins Tuesday by capturing the rain-shortened Kikkor Golf Husky Invitational at Gold Mountain Golf Club in Bremerton.
Williams shot a 3-under-par 69 for his fourth career victory, tying Nick Taylor and Brock Mackenzie. He finished two shots ahead of Washington State’s Jarrett Foote and Trent Sanders and Pepperdine’s Josh Anderson. Foote competed as an individual.
The Huskies shot 293 for a six-shot edge on WSU and Fresno State.
Gonzaga (307) placed fifth, led by Peter Gullickson, who tied for 13th at 75.
The tourney had been scheduled for 54 holes over two days. Heavy rain cut it to 18 holes and caused 10 teams to drop out.
• Jarred Bossio shot a closing-round 5-under 66 to tie for second place and lead Idaho to second place in the team race at the Boise State Dash Thomas Memorial at Banbury Golf Club in Eagle, Idaho.
Bossio completed three rounds at 10-under 203, three shots behind Concordia’s Jesse Heinly.
The Vandals (841) finished 14 shots behind San Jose State.
Gonzaga freshman Han Wu shot a second consecutive 2-over 74 to finish tied for 10th at the Rose City Collegiate at Langdon Farms Golf Club in Aurora, Ore.
Wu finished at 227, seven shots behind Rochelle Chan of team champion Long Beach State.
The Zags placed fourth at 930, 30 shots off the pace.
Eastern Washington (991) placed last in the 14-team field.
Linebacker Beau Bell, who played in 13 games and recorded 51 1/2 tackles, re-signed with the Spokane Shock.
The Shock also added wide receiver Joe Hills, offensive linemen Cory Brandon and Collin Cordell, and defensive back Lametrius Davis.