Katie Dick earned first team honors for the fourth-straight year.
The Cougars performed well in the morning and afternoon sessions.
Each varsity four boat defeated its Husky counterpart Friday.
The Washington State women's rowing holds onto the Fawley Cup.
The Cougars Outperform Oregon State in the Portland Fall Classic
WSU CAREER: Rowed for the second varsity four in the fall season of JUNIOR (2011-12) year... competed with the second varsity eight and the open eight in the spring season...helped the second varsity eight boat to victory in the Gonzaga dual...Pac-12 All Academic First Team with a 3.83 GPA...during fall season of SOPHOMORE (2010-11) year, rowed in the fourth varsity eight boat...during spring season, rowed in the second varsity four boat that defeated Oregon State...received Pacific-10 All-Academic First Team honors...competed with the novice team as a FRESHMAN (2009-10) that went on to win the Laurel V. Korholz Perpetual trophy at the San Diego Crew Classic.
HIGH SCHOOL: Three year varsity letterwinner in gymnastics under coach Marla Boyd at Kentlake High School...earned a varsity letter in track as a pole vaulter...State qualifier in gymnastics sophomore, junior and senior year...placed ninth in beam at State and earned team's most inspirational award as a junior year...team placed second in State as a senior...track state qualifier senior year.
PERSONAL: Brianne Gould...daughter of Brad and Michaela Gould...father is a firefighter...mother Michaela is a CPA and graduated from Washington State...born April of 1991...brother Blake attended WSU......hobbies include skiing, hiking, camping...plans to pursue a major in social sciences with a Spanish minor.