Wolvert joins Seattle's WNBA camp as a free agent.Byline: The Register=Guard
Angelina Wolvert, a 6-foot-3 forward from the University of Oregon The University of Oregon is a public university located in Eugene, Oregon. The university was founded in 1876, graduating its first class two years later. The University of Oregon is one of 60 members of the Association of American Universities. who was a third-round draft pick of the WNBA's Cleveland Rockers last year, has been added to the Seattle Storm roster as a free agent.
Seattle, which opened its preseason training camp on Monday, must reduce its roster to 15 players by May 8 and establish a final roster of 11 players (with two more on injured reserve) by May 24. The WNBA WNBA Women's National Basketball Association
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Wolvert, who ranks among the top 10 on the Oregon career lists for points, rebounds, steals, blocked shots, and field-goal and free-throw percentage, played professionally in Sicily after being released by Cleveland.
Two other former Oregon players are on WNBA rosters. Jenny Mowe, a 6-5 center, begins her second season with the Portland Fire this week, and Edniesha Curry, a 5-6 guard, was a third-round draft pick of the Charlotte Sting earlier this month.
Felicia Ragland, a 5-9 guard from Oregon State, was a second-round draft pick by Seattle.
Track and field
David Turpin of Southwestern Oregon Community College Southwestern Oregon Community College is a college in Coos Bay, Oregon, United States. It is Oregon's oldest community college, founded in 1959. The college has about 3,000 students annually and has 60 full-time employees and 275 part-time instructors. took a narrow lead after Monday's first day of the decathlon decathlon (dĭkăth`lŏn), in modern Olympic games, a contest for men held over two days and composed of 10 track-and-field events. competition at the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges The Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges commonly called the NWAACC (pronounced N-Wack)is a sports association for Community Colleges in the states Washington, Oregon, Idaho and British Columbia. Multi-Event Championships at Lane Community College.
Turpin had 3,676 points to edge Lane's Gabe LeMay for the top spot. LeMay had 3,663 points, and teammate Keith Baker was fourth with 3,410 points.
Alissa Miller of Community College of Spokane led the women's heptathlon heptathlon: see under decathlon.
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No. 16-ranked Oregon State used strong pitching to sweep a doubleheader from Portland State, 2-0 and 2-0, on Monday.
The Beavers' Kristen Hunter, Kathryn Neufeld and Crystal Draper held the Vikings to six hits in the two games.
Oregon State improved to 37-18.
University of Oregon senior Aaron Byers was named to the all-Pac-10 second team in voting by the conference's coaches.
Oregon juniors Chris Carnahan and John Ellis were honorable-mention selections, along with Oregon State senior David Yarnes.
Southern California senior Kevin Stadler was named golfer of the year, the Trojans' Ben Hayes was named freshman of the year, and Washington State's Walt Williams was named coach of the year.
Oregon senior Kathy Cho was selected to play as an individual at the NCAA NCAA
National Collegiate Athletic Association West Regional on May 9-11 in Stanford, Calif.
Cho finished tied for 17th place at last week's Pac-10 tournament and has a 76.8 stroke average with five top-25 finishes. The Ducks did not qualify for the regional for the first time since 1992.