The Cougars performed well in the morning and afternoon sessions.
Each varsity four boat defeated its Husky counterpart Friday.
The second varsity eight boat claimed first place in its petite final.
Washington State sends its varsity four boat to the grand final amid fierce competition.
Cougar rowing heads to Mission Bay to compete against top college crews.
WSU CAREER: Coxed the varsity four in the fall as a SOPHOMORE (2011-12)...during the spring, helped the varsity four place first in group B at the Lake Natoma Invite...coxed varsity four boat that defeated Gonzaga...second varsity eight boat defeated Oregon State as the team captured the Winchell Cup for the third straight year...during FRESHMAN (2010-11) year at WSU, coxed the fourth varsity eight at Head of the Spokane and third varsity eight at Head of the Lake in the fall...coxed the varsity four boat during spring season, leading the boat to victories against Michigan and Michigan State...later coxed the second varsity eight to a victory against Oregon State, fifth place at the Pacific-10 Conference Championships, and 10th at the NCAA Rowing Championships.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Vista del Lago High School...competed for the Capital Crew Rowing Club for four years, coached by Toby Johnson her final year...won gold at the Head of the American in the lightweight men's eight in 2007...won gold at Lake Merit Sprints in the women's eight in 2008...placed first at Head of the Port in the varsity men's eight and won the New Port Autumn Rowing Festival lightweight women's eight in 2009...also participated in club soccer and club swimming.
PERSONAL: Emily Catherine Boquet...born in January of 1992 in Mission Viejo, Calif...mother Cameron and father Terry...hobbies include hiking, traveling, skiing and photography...major is undecided.
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