Katie Dick earned first team honors for the fourth-straight year.
As a team Washington State finished 14th, placing higher than its seedings in all three events.
The Cougars' varsity four crew will have the chance to battle for first through sixth place Sunday.
Washington State's varsity four placed second in its heat Friday morning.
WSU moved up two spots in the latest rankings to 15th in the country.
WSU CAREER: A member of the varsity eight and second varsity eight during fall season of JUNIOR (2011-12) year... led the varsity eight boat to victory at the Oregon State dual, capturing the Crawford Plate as well as the Winchell Cup for the third consecutive year...also led the second varsity eight to a win over Gonzaga...second team Pac-12 All Academic honors with a 3.25 GPA...competed with the second varsity eight boat during fall season of SOPHOMORE (2010-11) year, helping to defeat Gonzaga...continued to compete in the second varsity eight during spring season, beating Oregon State...led the team to a fifth place finish at the Pacific-10 Conference Championships and a 10th place finish at the NCAA Rowing Championships...earned Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention...rowed with the fourth varsity eight boat in the fall as a FRESHMAN (2009-10)... rowed with the novice eight in the spring...crew won the Laurel V. Korholz Perpetual Trophy at the San Diego Crew Classic...novice eight finished second at the Lake Natoma Invitational...finished fifth at the Pacific-10 Conference Championships.
HIGH SCHOOL: Earned a varsity letter in basketball for St. Francis High School as a sophomore...rowed for Capital Crew in the eight and four events for coach Toby Johnson.
PERSONAL: Alison Smith...born in May of 1991 in Sacramento, Calif...father Dan is a lawyer...mother Marcia works as a consultant...older brother Phil...plans to pursue a degree in human development at WSU.