Washington State's novice eight clinched the bronze medal, coming in third.
WSU nearly completed a sweep of the Beavers at Wawawai Landing, Saturday morning.
The Cougars held on to the Fawley Cup with a victory in the varsity eight event.
No. 13 WSU finished with 13 points, four points back from Brown.
WSU took the top spot in the novice eight event.
WSU CAREER: During fall season of JUNIOR (2010-11) year, coxed the third varsity eight at the Head of the Spokane and fourth varsity eight at Head of the Lake...member of the fourth varsity eight crew during the fall season as a SOPHOMORE (2009-10)...part of novice team that placed fourth at the Pacific-10 Conference Championships as a FRESHMAN (2008-09).
HIGH SCHOOL: Earned two varsity letters as a diver on the swim team, and one letter playing water polo at Curtis High School...helped swim team to four consecutive South Puget Sound League Championships.
PERSONAL: Rachel Ann Johnson...born in December of 1989 in Tacoma, Wash...father Marcus is retired...mother Gayle is a jeweler...older brother Justin...managed wrestling and men's water polo teams in high school...double majoring in psychology and human development at WSU...plans to pursue a masters degree in hospital administration.
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