Idaho junior Sophie Hausmann recorded the program’s first subpar score in regional play while tying for 11th place Wednesday at the NCAA women’s golf Madison Regional.
Hausmann shot a final-round even-par 72 to complete three rounds at the University Ridge Golf Course in Verona, Wisconsin, at 1-under 215, nine shots behind medalist Nicole Schroeder of Oregon State.
Hausmann tied for fourth among individuals on non-advancing teams. The top three move on to the national championships.
Idaho carded its best total at a regional (905) and tied for 14th. The Vandals’ Valeria Patino (226) tied for 63rd.
- Washington State’s Alivia Brown completed her collegiate career by tying for 48th place at the NCAA regional in San Francisco. Brown shot a final-round 2-over-par 74 to complete three rounds at TPC Harding Park at 6-over 222. Brown finished her season with a program-record stroke average of 72.68, breaking her mark by nearly a full stroke.
Track and field
Eastern Washington freshman Quintin Porterfield placed eighth in the decathlon at the Big Sky Combined Events Championship in Moscow, Idaho.
Porterfield totaled 6,038 points, 1,269 behind champion Donte Robinson of Portland State. EWU’s Forrest Wallace finished 10th with 5,657 points.
Another Eagles freshman, Jessica Linde, placed ninth in the heptathlon with 4,319 points, 786 behind winner Ashley Vanvleet of Idaho State. EWU’s Cierra Kohlman (3,732 points) finished 13th.
- Whitworth’s Isabel Clark won the women’s javelin during the Sasquatch Carnival at Spokane Falls Community College, one of five Pirates to set personal records on the day. Clark’s toss of 143 feet, 10 inches won the javelin by 4 feet and pushed her to seventh in the country in the event. The Pirates’ Chloe Quinnett set a personal record of 43-5 in winning the women’s shot put. Whitworth’s Kayla Leland won the women’s 800-meter run in a season-best 2 minutes, 14.71 seconds. For Whitworth’s men, Andrew Bloom won the javelin at 220-4 and John-Robert Woolley took the 400 hurdles in 54.33. JJ Curry of the host Sasquatch won the men’s high jump (5-11 1/4) and had the top time in the 100 (11.14) and 200 (22.16). CCS’ Mertece Hatchett won the women’s 100 (12.90), 100 hurdles (14.69) and long jump (16-11 1/4)
Walla Walla 7-5, CC Spokane 3-9: Justin Lutz doubled, homered and drove in three runs as the visiting Sasquatch (32-12, 19-7 Northwest Athletic Conference) earned a split with the Warriors (20-20, 11-15).
Lowden Smith went 4 for 5 with two runs and one RBI to lead WWCC in the opener.
Lutz’s two-run homer in the fifth inning gave CCS a 5-0 lead in the second game. CCS’ Carsten Schmidt added a two-run homer in the sixth.
The Sasquatch will complete their regular season Saturday with a home doubleheader against Columbia Basin. CCS has clinched the No. 2 seed in the East Region.
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