WSU finished just one and a half points behind 10th-ranked Stanford.
The Cougars performed well in the morning and afternoon sessions.
The Cougars earned enough points Sunday to place above the No. 15 Badgers.
Each varsity four boat defeated its Husky counterpart Friday.
The second varsity eight boat claimed first place in its petite final.
HIGH SCHOOL: While in high school, participated in rowing, basketball, volleyball, swimming, tennis, badminton, curling, soccer, and sailing...competed in rowing for four years at the Gorge Rowing and Paddling Center in Victoria, British Columbia and the Esquimalt High School rowing team under head coach Jared Csizmaida...won the U19 women's pair at the Canadian National Rowing Regatta...selected to the 2011 Western Canada Summer Games (WCSG) British Columbia squad that won the regatta...took first at the 2011 British Columbia Championships in the junior women's pair event...in 2012, placed first in junior double at the Dueling-Over-a-Grand-Regatta
PERSONAL: Born Jordan Jean Watson...born August of 1994 in Victoria, B.C....parents Bruce and Ida...older brother William...enjoys rowing, art, science, reading, and working out...interested in pursuing a degree in biology or chemistry at Washington State