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Locally: Ferris graduate sets Concordia University’s high jump record cd

Mike Ervin, a Concordia University Irvine senior from Spokane, whose season included setting the school outdoor record in the high jump at 6 feet, 8 inches, matching it two months later, and finishing second in the conference championship meet, was named the PacWest Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year in Men’s Track & Field.

Locally: Former Gonzaga rower Charley Nordin to represent US at Paralympic Games

Former Gonzaga University men's rower Charley Nordin, who started rowing his freshman year as a walk-on, has been selected to represent the United States as part of the PR3 mixed four with coxswain crew at the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo. The Games are scheduled for Aug. 24-Sept. 5, 2021, with para rowing beginning Aug. 27.

WCC delays start of fall sports competition until Sept. 24

The WCC’s decision impacts volleyball, men’s and women’s soccer and men’s and women’s cross country, as well as traditional springs sports such as tennis, rowing and golf that also compete in the fall. The announcement doesn’t pertain to men’s and women’s basketball, which can open as early as Nov. 10.

Gonzaga women finish 20th at NCAA rowing championships

INDIANAPOLIS – The Gonzaga women’s rowing team finished 20th at the NCAA Championships at the Indianapolis Rowing Center at Eagle Creek Park on Sunday. Gonzaga’s varsity eight took first in the D Final to place 19th overall and the second varsity eight finished third in the D Final (22nd overall). The varsity four claimed second, also in the D Final (20th overall).

Gonzaga building rowing facility near Silver Lake

A new building has risen from the shore of Silver Lake southeast of Medical Lake that will house the Gonzaga University women’s and men’s rowing teams, providing a new home for the program.