Jordyn White

Umpqua’s Jordyn White, top, finished sixth in the 123-pound competition at the Oregon Classic College Women Open in Redmond on Saturday.

REDMOND — Mariah Annis and Jordyn White of Umpqua Community College finished sixth at  the Oregon Classic College Women Open 2019 at the Deschutes County Fairgrounds & Expo Center.

Annis fell to Macie Stewart in 2:08 in the fifth place match of the 116-pound bracket. In the 123-pound bracket White fell in 4:05 to Warner Pacific University's Trynadii Rocha.

White won three consecutive consolation matches, but fell in the consolation semifinal to land in the fifth place match.

UCC brought nine wrestlers and finished 12th in the 15-team competition. Menlo College won, followed by Simon Fraser University and the University of Alberta.

Umpqua is scheduled to wrestle at the Oregon Women's State Championship Wrestling Tournament in Ashland on Jan. 27.


TEAM SCORES — 1. Menlo College, 209; 2. Simon Fraser University, 163.5; 3. University of Alberta, 73; 4. Unattached, 58; 5. Eastern Oregon University, 54; 6. Grays Harbor College, 47; 7. Warner Pacific University, 45.5; 8. University of Providence, 42; 9. Southwestern Oregon CC, 41; 10. Colorado Mesa University, 38.5; 11. Southern Oregon University, 37; 12. Umpqua Community College, 23; 13. Big Bend Community College, 8; 14. Pacific Luthern University, 7.5; 15. Pacific University, 0.

Sports reporter Sanne Godfrey can be reached at 541-957-4203 or via email at sgodfrey@nrtoday.com. Follow her on Twitter @sannegodfrey

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Sanne Godfrey is the education reporter for The News-Review.

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