The CWU Wake Sports Club successfully defended their West Coast Collegiate Wakeboard Championship title in Sacramento Oct. 6 through 7. CWU handily won the competition by 27 points, as the closest competitor was defending national champion Chico State. Six divisions were up for grabs; Men’s A, B, C, D, Wake Skate and Women’s Open.
Saturday’s preliminary round advanced nine CWU riders into the final round on Sunday. CWU’s own Thomas Olson and Kolby Blew finished fourth and fifth in the Men A’s riders and in the Men B’s division Sean Harris, Corbin Schafer and Eddie Roberts were top seeds in the finals. CWU swept the Men’s B with Roberts in first, Harris in second and Schafer in third. Mike Day finished second in Men’s C and Patrick Mahoney finished second in Men’s D and also finished third in Wake Skate. Chelsea Worland represented the ladies division and finished second.
CWU will now focus on the Alt Games National Wakeboard Championship in spring of 2013.
Pictures of the West Coast Collegiate Wakeboard Championship can be found at http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151028380176685.414323.788700....
Central Washington 39 points
Chico State 12 points
Arizona State 11 points
Sacramento State 10 points
Sierra CC 9 points
Sacramento City 6 points
Boise State 4 points
Long Beach 2 points
Eddie Roberts 7 points
Thomas Olson 6 points
Sean Harris 6 points
Kolby Blew 5 points
Corbin Schafer 5 points
Pat Mahoney 5 points
Mike Day 3 points
Chelsea Worland 2 points
These events are sponsored by CWU Collegiate Sport Clubs.
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