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Beavers sixth, Ducks eighth in wrestling tourney

RENO, Nev. - Four Oregon State wrestlers and three from Oregon placed in the top six Thursday at the Reno Tournament of Champions on Thursday.

Matt Ellis was second in the 165-pound class and Jed Pennell was second at 174 to lead Oregon State to sixth place in the 20-team event, which was won by top-ranked Oklahoma State.

Eric Stevenson (fifth, 125) and Dan Pitsch (sixth, 184) also placed for the Beavers.

Joey Bracamonte was second in the 157-pound class for Oregon, which finished eighth. Luke Larwin was third for the Ducks at 165, and Jason Harless was sixth at 133.

Sheldon grad earns soccer honor

SEATTLE - Sheldon High School product Jennifer Hull joined Shannon Lovejoy as the first women's soccer players at Seattle Pacific to earn all-America selections by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.

Hull, a junior, made the third team and Lovejoy, a sophomore from Seattle, made the second team. Hull was the NCAA Division II goalkeeping leader in goals-against average (0.30) and led the Great Northwest Athletic Conference with 12 shutouts.

Springfield grad Geider named all-conference

JAMESTOWN, N.D. - Brandi Geider, a Springfield High School product, was named to the Dakota Athletic Conference women's soccer first team for the third consecutive season.

Geider, a senior forward, scored 11 goals to lead the Jimmies and had six assists on the season. She was also recognized on the 2003 all-region team.
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Title Annotation:Sports; FROM THE REGION
Publication:The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Date:Dec 19, 2003
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