WSU men’s golfers place second in Fresno
Washington State’s men’s golf team finished second at the Fresno State Lexus Classic, which concluded Tuesday in Fresno, Calif.
The Cougars finished with a three-round total of 13-over 1093, six strokes behind first-place Oregon State. WSU shot a 16-over 376 on Tuesday.
Trent Sanders and Michael Anderson were the top finishers for the Cougars, tying for 10th place at 1-over 271 for the tournament. San Diego’s Alex Ching was the top individual, finishing at 7-under 209.
• Gonzaga’s women’s golf team finished ninth at the Juli Inkster Spartan Invitational in San Jose, Calif.
The Bulldogs shot a final-round 328 and finished the 12-team tournament at 82-over 946.
Alice Kim was the top individual for Gonzaga, tying for 12th place with an 11-over 227.
California won the event with a 15-over 897, and Cal’s Joanne Lee was the medalist with a 2-under 214.
Washington State’s Jazmine Perkins and Carly Noyes received All-Pac-12 recognition Tuesday.
Perkins was named All-Pac-12 honorable mention and All-Defensive Team honorable mention, as voted on by the conference’s coaches, and was placed on the All-Defensive first team by members of the media.
Noyes was named All-Defensive Team honorable mention.
The Spokane Shock added wide receiver Daron Clark to the roster.
Clark played in the Canadian Football League in 2010 and the United Football League in 2009. He played collegiately at Stillman College.
The Shock open the season Monday at the Arena against the Iowa Barnstormers.