Megan Billeter, Western Washington’s redshirt junior from Mt. Spokane capped her best season for the Vikings with a Great Northwest Athletic Conference-leading 77.83 scoring average (+5.75 to par) and being named conference co-women’s golfer of the year and first-team All-GNAC.

She also received five player of the week awards in the Vikings’ eight tournaments in the fall and spring. Western’s season continues this week at the NCAA Division II West Regionals in Stockton, California.

• Senior Quynn Duong of Gonzaga, who finished fifth in the WCC Championships last week, was named to the 2021-22 All-West Coast Conference women’s golf team for the third time in her career. She had a team-low 74.41 scoring average, 12th all-time in program history.

• Idaho’s Tommy McKenzie was named Big Sky Conference men’s golf freshman of the year and Vandals senior Colt Sherrell

and sophomore Jose Suryadinata were named to the all-conference second team.

Suryadinata additionally earned all-tournament honors after tying for second place at the 2022 Big Sky championships last week in Scottsdale, Arizona. He shot 2-over 212 in leading Idaho to a fifth-place team finish. Seven strokes separated Idaho and team champion Weber State.

Sherrell (217) tied for eighth, McKenzie (220) was 17th, senior Jack Plaster (Gonzaga Prep, 225) was 27th and junior T.J. Patterson (237) was 34th.

• Whitworth placed three men and four women on the 2022 All-Northwest Conference golf teams.

Sam Pauly, a junior from Shadle Park, and grad student Caleb Belton are on the men’s first team with junior Oliver Nordberg on the second team.

Sophomore Brianna McNelly and freshman Julia Diaz are on the women’s first team with sophomores Madeline Hahn

and Stacia Sarty on the second.

• Redshirt senior Max Sekulic of Washington State finished 21st in the Pac-12 men’s golf championship last week in Sammamish, Washington, with a 4-over-par 288. Sophomore teammate Jaden Cantafio tied for 28th at 292.

Host Washington posted a three-shot win over Stanford with a 2-over 1,422. WSU finished 12th at 1,478. The Huskies’ Noah Wooley was the individual champion with an 8-under 276.

• Kristof Panke, a Lewis-Clark State freshman from Davenport, finished in a threeway tie for player of the year honors in Cascade Collegiate Conference men’s golf with a 72.8 scoring average in conference matches. Panke, who tied for fifth in the CCC tournament with a 222 for 54 holes, also was named all-conference.

Kyla Currie, an L-C State sophomore from Lake City HS, placed 12th in the CCC women’s tournament with a 163 for 36 holes.