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.
Varsity Four Boat Out-Strokes Washington
WSU CAREER: As a SOPHOMORE (2011-12) competed for the third varsity eight in the fall season...competed with the second varsity four boat in the Gonzaga and Oregon State duals...honorable mention Pac-12 All Academic...rowed in the fourth varsity eight at the Head of the Spokane during fall of FRESHMAN (2010-11) year...rowed in the novice eight boat during the spring season, beating Michigan State, Ohio State and Oregon State...novice eight finished fourth at Pacific-10 Conference Championships.
HIGH SCHOOL: Three-time letterwinner in rowing under coach Alex Twist at Holy Names Academy... regional champions freshman year, won Brentwood race in Novice 4+...placed first in petite finals at San Diego Crew Classic in JV8+ for crew junior year...finished 17th in V4+ during senior year at the Head of the Charles...member of the swim team under coach Carlos Palacian...Metro League Champions for swimming sophomore, junior and senior year.
PERSONAL: Ella Odland...born in July of 1991...parents Hank and Lesley...older sister Alice graduated from WSU...younger brother Henry...cousin Elisabeth rows at the University of Washington...plans on pursuing a degree in sport management and minor in communications at Washington State.