Katie Dick earned first team honors for the fourth-straight year.
The Cougars performed well in the morning and afternoon sessions.
The Cougars earned enough points Sunday to place above the No. 15 Badgers.
After day one of racing at the Lake Natoma Invite, the Cougars prepare for a big day against top-15 opponents.
Each varsity four boat defeated its Husky counterpart Friday.
WSU CAREER: Competed with the novice boat her FRESHMEN (2011-12) year... helped the novice eight defeat Washington, Gonzaga and Oregon State in dual action...helped the team capture the Winchell Cup for the third consecutive year against Oregon State...competed in novice boat at Pac-12 Championships.
CLUB CAREER: Rowed for three years at the Victoria City Rowing Club...selected as one of six girls to train in the Victoria City Rowing Club Development Camp in 2010...placed first in Head of the Gorge and Head of the Elk regattas and finished second at the Head of the Lake in 2010 in the junior quad...in 2010, selected to represent British Columbia in the 2010 National Rowing Championships... placed second at the Royal Canadian Henley Regatta 2010 in the junior pair and junior four.
HIGH SCHOOL: Rowed one year at Claremont Secondary School.
PERSONAL: Megan McDonald...born in June of 1993...father Jeff is a contractor ...mother Deb is a manager of economic and regularity affairs...sister Delaine...enjoys reading...interested in pursuing a degree in civil engineering at Washington State.