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Area roundup: GU’s Min takes third in Tacoma

Gonzaga’s Ciera Min shot 3-under 69 in the third and final round on Tuesday and finished second overall in the the Pat Lesser Harbottle Invitational at the Tacoma Country and Golf Club in Tacoma.

Min finished the tournament at 2-under 214 (75-70-69).

Washington State placed two golfers among the top 10. Madison Odiorne shot 70-76-73, 219 (+3) and tied for sixth, while Alivia Brown placed ninth at 4-over 220 (72-75-73).

Eastern Washington’s top golfer was Madalyn Ardueser in 31st at 14-over 230 (77-79-74).

Washington’s Julianne Alvarez won the individual title with a 3-under 213.

The Huskies took the team title as well, with WSU finishing fourth, Gonzaga fifth and Eastern in 12th.

Empire signs Wrenn

The Spokane Empire signed defensive back Norris Wrenn to their 2017 IFL roster.

Wrenn (DB, 6-0, 180, East Central) joins the Empire for his third year as a member of the IFL after spending his first two IFL seasons in Billings. In 2016, he saw action in 12 regular season games and recorded 30.5 total tackles (28 solos), one tackle for loss, two interceptions, and led the Wolves with 12 pass break-ups. During his rookie year he racked up 68 total tackles (42 solos), two interceptions, one forced fumble and seven pass break-ups. Before joining Billings, he spent time with the Professional Indoor Football League’s (PIFL) Oklahoma Defenders. He also received an invite from the NFL’s St. Louis Rams to their 2013 rookie mini-camp.

“Norris Wrenn is a very gifted football player that can take a team’s best receiver out of the equation with his pass coverage abilities,” said Empire head coach Adam Shackleford. “Outside of being a great defender, Norris is also a deadly kick return specialist. He will fit in nicely here in Spokane.”

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