OL Reign wins the West Division in the NWSL Challenger Cup with a 1-1 draw

Ally Watt scored in the 13th minute and OL Reign equalized 1-1 against hosts San Diego Wave on Saturday night in the National Women’s Soccer League Challenger Cup.

The Reign (4-0-2) secured the West Division in the Challenger Cup standings with the tie.

They go into the semi-finals on May 4th with the best record of the season-opening tournament.

Alex Morgan scored for San Diego (1-3-2).

UW tennis falls into Pac-12 finals

The Washington men’s tennis team lost 4-1 to No. 13 USC in the finals of the Pac-12 tennis championships in Ojai, California.

It was the first time the Huskies (18-11) had qualified for the championship game. It was the second consecutive Pac-12 title for the Trojans.

UW hopes the run will land him at the NCAA championships. The selection for the tournament will take place on May 2nd.

UW makes it 2-0 against Oregon

In a game that included 13 runs in the first inning, SilentRain Espinoza hit a two-run homer in the eighth inning as No. 11 Washington beat No. 19 Oregon 8-6 in Eugene for the second straight year.

Madison Huskey hit a two-run homer for the Huskies (27-11, 8-6 Pac-12) and Gabbie Plain (13-4) hit a scoreless 2 1/3 final inning to take the win.

Tehya Bird hit a grand slam for the Ducks (27-11, 8-6).

More softball

Kamryn Coleman was 3 for 3 with a home run, but Seattle U (26-24, 8-10 WAC) lost the rubber match of a series at California Baptist (26-24, 8-1) and lost the Finals 3-1.


• New Mexico State (15-21, 5-12 WAC) went on to win by six runs in the ninth inning 12-3 against hosts Seattle U (10-24, 8-12). The teams contest the rubber match of the series on Sunday.

• Washington was held to three singles as Oregon State (30-8, 12-5 Pac-12) passed Washington (16-20, 6-14). The Beavers, who won 8-0, go to Sweep Sunday.

Jacob McKeon was 4 for 5 with a homer, a double and three RBI as Washington State (15-22, 6-14 Pac-12) outlasted No. 10 Oregon (26-12, 11-6) to complete their streak with 10- 8 to bind .

• The Rainiers lost to Sugar Land for the third straight season, despite losing 4-2 Sam Haggerty go 1 for 3 with a homer.

• The Everett AquaSox hit three homers to beat the Tri-City Dust Devils 5-1 for their first straight wins since April 8-9.


• California No. 2 won four of five races against the 3rd-ranked UW men’s rowing team at the annual UW-Cal Dual at Redwood Shores. UW took the win in the freshman eights, but Cal won the first, second, and third varsity eights and varsity four races.

• The Washington women’s rowing team won four out of five races in California. Washington won all four eights races — the first, second, third, and fourth varsity eights — while Cal won the varsity fours.


Peace Igbonagwan from Seattle Pacific achieved a career-best 19ft, 8¼in long jump and easily won that event at the Wildcat Invitational track and field meet in central Washington.

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