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 finished just one and a half points behind 10th-ranked Stanford.
WSU CAREER: As a SOPHOMORE (2011-12) participated in the varsity eight during the fall season...competed in the varsity eight and second varsity eight in the spring...competed for the second varsity eight in its victory at the Gonzaga dual...second varsity eight boat defeated Oregon State as the team captured the Winchell Cup for the third straight year during FRESHMAN (2010-11) year rowed in the second varsity four boat during fall season, placing fifth at the OGE Night Sprint at Oklahoma...rowed in the second varsity eight at Head of the Spokane...competed in varsity eight during spring season, beating Michigan, Ohio State, and Oregon State...helped lead varsity eight to a fourth place finish at the Pacific-10 Conference Championships and 11th at the NCAA Rowing Championships.
HIGH SCHOOL: Rowed for Green Lake Rowing Club under head coach Coby Stites... earned two letters in swimming under head coach Mary Lippold at Nathan Hale High School...during her rowing career her junior eight crew qualified for the U.S. Rowing Youth National Championships four consecutive years (2007-2010), and received an invitation to compete at the 2010 Henley Royal Women's Regatta...individually, was selected as a member of the 2009 High Performance Team that trained and scrimmaged with the German Junior National Team.
PERSONAL: Hannah deVos...born in April of 1992 at Winnipeg, Manitoba...parents Theo and Clara...older brother Chris rowed at Western Washington...older brother Jordan...hobbies include photography and hiking...plans on pursuing a degree in elementary education at WSU.