MEMBER SIGN IN
Don't have an account? Click Here
Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
All-American Ties School and Course Record at Stanford Pepsi Intercollegiate
T
+
-
Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Release: 10/22/2005
Send Mail Print RSS
Related Links

Oct. 22, 2005

STANFORD, Calif. - Washington State All-American golfer Anastasia Kostina left her mark at the Stanford Golf Course in true Cougar fashion as she shot a 66 to tie the course record during the second round of the Stanford Pepsi Intercollegiate, Saturday, Oct. 22.

Kostina, who entered the tournament in an eight-way tie for 10th clawed her way up the charts to finish the second round in a tie for second. The Nakhabino, Russia native knocked five shots off of her first round score marking her career low single round score and tying the Washington State record for single round score held by Kim Welch.

In addition to knotting herself in a tie with Welch for the school record, Kostina also tied Welch for the course record at the Stanford Golf Course that was set at the Peg Barnard California Collegiate, April 9, 2005.

"It was an fun day for us," said Head Coach Walt Williams. "It was exciting to see Anastasia tie not only the course and WSU record, but to know that she tied Kim [Welch] in both categories and at the same course."

As a team, the Cougars bettered their second round score by 18 strokes, moving them up two slots to knot them in a tie with No.11 Texas A&M for the14th position. The Cougs sit two shots behind No. 27 Oregon, and just nine shots out of the top-10.

Kostina may have led the Cougars, but each golfer improved their score by at least two shots during the second round. Amy Eneroth fired a 75, improving her score by four strokes and moving her up four spots on the charts to place her in a six-way tie for 62nd. Also finding herself involved in the fight for 62nd, is teammate Tracy Broders who bettered her score by two strokes.

Freshman Jessica Black completed the second round in a tie for 92nd after knocking three shots off her first round score, while teammate Brooke Henderson battled her way up four spots to tie for 95th after knocking off 11 shots from her first round score to round out the Cougar Contingent.

The final round of the Stanford Pepsi Intercollegiate will begin Sunday, Oct. 23 at 7:30 a.m.

Stanford Pepsi Intercollegiate
Oct. 21-23, 2005
Par-71, 6,025 yards
Stanford Golf Course, Stanford, Calif.
Results after 2 of 3 rounds

WSU Results: T2. Anastasia Kostina, (72-66 - 138, -5), T62. Tracy Broders (78-76 - 154, +12), T62. Amy Eneroth (79-75, +12), T92. Jessica Black (83-80 - 163, +21), T95. Brooke Henderson (88-77 - 165, +23)

Team Results: 1. Duke (283-280 - 563, -5), 2. USC (293-283 - 576, +8), 3. UCLA (289-289 - 578, +10), 4. Pepperdine (295-286 - 581, +13), 5. UNLV (292-290 - 582, +14), 6. Washington (296-293 - 589, +21), 7. Vanderbilt (302-289 - 591, +23), T8. Stanford (303-293 - 596, +28), T8. Arizona State (301-295 - 596, +28), T10. Oregon State (295-302 - 597, +29), T10. Arizona (298-299 - 597, +29), 12. California (296-302 - 598, +30), 13. Oregon (311-293 - 604, +36), T14. Texas A&M (300-306 - 606, +38), T14. WSU (312-294 - 606, +38), 16. San Jose State (307-303 - 610, +42), 17. Texas Tech (323-292 - 615, +47), 18. Tulsa (315-303 - 618, +50), 19. High Point (329-323 - 652, +84)

Top Five Individuals: 1. Elizabeth Janangelo, Duke (70-67 - 137, -5), T2. Anastasia Kostina, WSU (72-66 - 138, -4), T2. Paige Mackenzie, Washington (70-68 - 138, -4), 4. Irene Cho, USC (68-71 - 140, -3), 5. Amie Cochran, UCLA (68-72 - 140)

wsucougars.com
Washington State Cougars Women's Golf
advertisement

advertisement