DREW LARSON

Oregon Football

Pendleton '02

As a wide receiver for the Ducks, Drew earned the annual Academic and Attitude Trophy which is presented to a senior with a "high academic record, an exemplary attitude and who contributes greatly to the Oregon football team."

Larson played in four games during the 2006-07 season, including Oregon's loss to Brigham Young University in the Las Vegas Bowl.

MARISSA HAMMOND

Nevada Basketball

Pendleton '06

Hammond and the Wolf Pack are off to the women's basketball program's best start ever with a 9-8, 3-1 Western Athletic Conference record after Saturday's 74-47 victory over San Jose State.

Head coach Kim Gervasoni said about Marissa, "(She's) as physically strong as any freshmen I've coached. She has strong fundamentals. As she continues to learn and develop, she could be one of the best post players in the conference."

PAUL CAROLLO

Eastern Oregon Basketball

Hermiston '05

Carolla has been the Mountaineer's top rebounder through the past six games, averaging more than 10 per outing. He came down with 11 boards in Eastern Oregon's most recent win over Cascade College, which put the Mountaineers at 12-4, 3-3 Cascade Collegiate Conference.

JEREMY LARSON

Oregon State Wrestling

Hermiston '02

In No. 19 OSU's win over Cal State-Fulerton Sunday, Larson pitched in by notching a takedown in each period to earn an 8-5 decision over Ryan Budd.

The senior is now 18-5 on the season with four pins, and ranked No. 19 by the NWCA at 174 pounds.

KYLE LARSON

Oregon State Wrestling

Hermiston '03

The younger Larson brother, ranked No. 19 nationally at 141 pounds, also earned a win Sunday with a takedown in the first period and a two-point near-fall in the third over Teddy Astorga. Larson has won nine of his past 11 matches and is 17-5 on the season.

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