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Area roundup: Idaho’s Sophie Hausmann moves up leaderboard at NCAA women’s golf regional

UPDATED: Tue., May 8, 2018

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Idaho’s Sophie Hausmann shot a 1-under-par 71 Tuesday to move into a tie for 16th place at the NCAA women’s golf regional at University Ridge Golf Course in Madison, Wisconsin.

Hausmann is at 1-under 143 heading into Wednesday’s final round.

Oregon State’s Nicole Schroeder, at 10-under 134, leads the field by four shots.

Hausmann’s Vandals (27-over 603) rank 15th in the 18-team field. UI’s other competitors are Valeria Patino, 149; Michelle Kim, 153; Laura Gerner, 158; and Kendall Gray, 159.

  • Washington State’s Alivia Brown shot an even-par 72 and moved up into a tie for 43rd at the NCAA regional in San Francisco. Brown, competing as an individual, stands at 4-over 148 after two of three rounds at TPC Harding Park. Pepperdine’s Hira Naveed, at 5-under 139, leads Stanford’s Andrea Lee and Ziyi (Emily) Wang by one shot.

Track and field

Eastern Washington freshman Quintin Porterfield stands in sixth place in the decathlon after the first day of the Big Sky Conference Combined Event Championship in Moscow, Idaho.

Porterfield totaled 3,477 points and trails leader Mason Storm of Montana State by 407. Porterfield’s top event was the 100 meters, in which he ran 10.99 seconds to place second to Storm’s 10.90.

EWU sophomore Forrest Wallace won the high jump at 6 feet, 5 inches and ranks13th with 2,997 points.

Portland State’s Kristen O’Handley leads the heptathlon with 3,062 points. EWU freshman Jessica Linde (2,603) is in 12th place.

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