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WAC honors Vandals runner

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Idaho’s Dee Olson was selected the Western Athletic Conference women’s cross country athlete of the week after taking first place at the Willamette Invitational on Saturday.

Olson, a junior, won the 5K race in 17 minutes, 1.50 seconds to lead the Vandals to a sixth-place team finish.

Olson, the first Vandal to win a race this season, has been Idaho’s top finisher in the last two races. She was second at the Sundodger Invitational on Sept. 17.

This is the first WAC weekly honor for Olson and the first for the Vandals.

College golf

In just his second tournament, Whitworth freshman Bobby Elder won his first collegiate title Monday, capturing the Northwest Conference Washington Tournament at Lake Spanaway with a 6-over-par 71-77–148.

The Pirates had three of the top four finishers and won the team title, 603-622 over Pacific Lutheran.

Girls soccer

Sophomore Ali Fenter scored a hat trick in 15 minutes, interrupted by halftime, in leading Shadle Park (8-2, 6-2 GSL) to a 7-0 Greater Spokane League win in Clarkston (0-11, 0-8) on Monday in a match rescheduled from this Friday.

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