Mack, Martelli Named All-Pac-10

May 27, 2010

WALNUT CREEK, Calif. - Seniors Kayleigh Mack and Adrienne Martelli were named All-Pac-10 on Thursday, commissioner Larry Scott announced.

The Husky oarswomen are key parts in the varsity eight that will compete at the NCAA Championships May 28-30 on Lake Natoma, Calif. Washington is ranked No. 7 and is scheduled to race in their first heat Friday at 8:45 a.m.

Martelli hails from University Place, Wash., and is the team's captain. In addition to her success on Montlake, Martelli is developing as an international rower. Last year she competed at the U-23 World Championships. After her season ends, Martelli will head to Princeton, N.J., to train again with the U-23 Elite Camp. Mack, a Roosevelt product from Seattle, has rowed primarily in the bow seat all season. For Martelli and Mack, this was their first selection to the prestigious All-Pac-10 team.

Both Huskies have demonstrated an ability to move an eight-manned boat all year. The Huskies have raced one of the nation's hardest schedules, twice traveling to the Bay Area to face defending champion Stanford and then-No.1 ranked Cal.

Members of the All-Conference rowing teams are based upon each institution's finish in the varsity eight championship race at the Conference Championships, which were held May 16 on Lake Natoma in Gold River, Calif. The Conference champion provides four members of the All-Conference team, the Pac-10 second-place crew provides three members, and the Pac-10 third-place finisher provides two. All other participating Conference crews receive one selection each.

Liene Bertasjus, USC
Alex Bolt, UCLA
Katie Dick, WSU
Mary Jeghers, CAL
Kristina Lofman, CAL
Elle Logan, STAN
Grace Luczak, STAN
Kayleigh Mack, WASH
Adrienne Martelli, WASH
Lindsay Meyer, STAN
Lauren Morgenthaler, OSU
Iva Obradovic, CAL
Taryn O'Connell, CAL

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