AREA BRIEFS: Greyhounds blanked in nonleague bout

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SPOKANE — Pullman of the 2A ranks fell to 4A University 3-0 on Thursday night in a nonleague boys’ soccer match despite the Greyhounds sticking within a goal for a half.

Early in the second half, the nominal hosts scored their second goal.

This game took place at Merkel Sports Complex because of wintry conditions.

Pullman will likely next play on Thursday at conference foe East Valley.

That’s because the Greyhounds’ game this Saturday at West Valley has been officially postponed because of field issues relating to the long winter. And Pullman’s home game Tuesday, with the Greyhounds welcoming Cheney, is also likely to suffer the same fate, Pullman coach Doug Winchell said.

Even though his team fell on Thursday, Winchell said that “it was good to schedule, (since University’s) big, fast and talented and they’re able to seize on some of our weaknesses, so now we know some specific things we want to address as we head into league.”

Pullman 0 0—0

University 1 2—3

University — Cader (Leggington), 5th

University — Leggington (Nguyen), 45th

University — Adams (Hurley), 59th

Shots — Pullman 4, University 7.

Saves — Pullman: Patrick, 4. University: Manzi, 1.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALLThree Cougs get kudos

PULLMAN — Jovana Subasic of Washington State was named to the first unit of the Pac-12 all-academic team in women’s basketball.

Maria Kostourkova of the Cougars made the second team, and Alexys Swedlund received honorable mention.

WOMEN’S SWIMMING

Cougars in 12th at National Invitational Championships

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Led by the performance of senior Linnea Lindberg, the Washington State swim team sat in 12th place at the National Invitational Championships following day one, with 91 points.

Lindberg set a program record in the 50 breast, touching the wall in 0:28.01

Sophomore Taylor McCoy, who is from Pullman, and freshman Lauren Burckel fnished in 9th and 10th respectively in the 200 IM.

The competition will continue today.

Team scores — 1, Rice, 207. 2, Akron, 190. 3, Oakland, 149.5. ... 12, WSU, 91. ... 42, Dartmouth, 1.

WOMEN’S GOLF

Hausmann nabs Sky award

MOSCOW — Idaho senior Sophie Hausmann was named Big Sky Women’s Golfer of the Week, the league announced Thursday.

Hausmann finished tied for third at the BYU Entrada Classic.

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