Sarah Powell and Katie Dick earned their third-straight honors.
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 CAREER: During fall season of RS-JUNIOR (2010-11) year, competed in the varsity four at the Head of the Oklahoma, that defeated Tulsa, Stanford and Oklahoma State...competed in the second varsity eight for the remainder of the fall season, helping to beat Gonzaga...during spring season, rowed in the first and second varsity eights that defeated Oregon State...at the Pacific-10 Conference Championships, raced in the second varsity eight, finishing fifth...at the NCAA Rowing Championships placed 10th...received All-Academic Pacific-10 Second Team honors (3.34)...rowed with the second varsity eight crew during the fall season as a RS-SOPHOMORE (2009-10)...rowed with both second varsity eight and varsity four during the spring...placed third with the second varsity eight crew at the San Diego Crew Classic...boat also placed third at the Lake Natoma...part of varsity four crews that finished sixth at Pac-10 Championships and 15th at NCAA Championships...team placed 13th at NCAAs...as a SOPHOMORE (2008-09) practiced with varsity eight...used redshirt season...competed in Canada games in the summer, helping British Columbia to place second in women's eight...as a FRESHMAN (2007-08) competed in the varsity eight...helped varsity eight row to first-place finishes at the Head of the Oklahoma, Head of the Spokane, Head of the Snake and Head of the Lake...contributed to victories over cross-state rival Washington and a three-for-three weekend at the Stanford Invitational...assisted varsity eight to a third-place finish at the Pacific-10 Conference Championship and a ninth-place finish at the NCAA Championships, where the team earned an eighth-place overall finish.
HIGH SCHOOL: Participated in rowing, field hockey, basketball, soccer and swimming for Glenlyon Norfolk School...voted oarsman of the year as a junior and senior...captain of the rowing team as a senior...in 2006, rowed in pair that placed first in both the Royal Canadian Henley and Junior National Speed Orders competitions...in 2007 rowed solo to a Royal Canadian Henley first-place finish and second-place finish at the Junior National Speed Orders...pairs team was the British Columbia champions in 2006...took the British Columbia title as a singles rower in 2007...rowed to first-place finishes in the single, four and eight categories at the Western Canada Summer Games.
PERSONAL: Sarah A. Powell...born in May of 1989...parents David and Mary...enjoys boating, snow skiing, fishing and scuba diving...majoring in movement studies at WSU.
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