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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Kostina Garners Fourth Consecutive Top-10 Finish at Stanford Pepsi Intercollegiate
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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Release: 10/23/2005
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Oct. 23, 2005

STANFORD, Calif. - There seems to be no stopping Washington State's All-American golfer Anastasia Kostina from leaving her mark on the course as she went on to capture her fourth consecutive top-10 finish at the Stanford Pepsi Intercollegiate, held at the par-71, 6,025 yard Stanford Golf Course, Sunday, Oct. 23.

The Nakhabino, Russia native continued to make her presence known on the course as she finished the tournament in a tie for seventh. Since joining the Cougar family in 2004, Kostina has garnered 20 top-25 finishes, with 16 being in the top-10. Last season, Kostina earned nine top-10 finishes making her the co-owner of the record for top-10 finishes in a season with graduated Cougar Kim Welch who set the record in 2003.

Tearing her way up the charts, freshman Amy Eneroth shot a career-low of 72, knocking 3 strokes off her second round score, moving her up 15 spots to finish the tournament in a five-way tie for 47th. Sophomore Tracy Broders matched her second round score of 76 to finish the three-day event in a tie for 65th.

The Cougars held on tight to their position to finish their final tournament of the fall tied at 14th with No. 11 Texas A&M.

Freshman Jessica Black knocked three shots off of her second round score, moving her up five spots to finish her debut tournament in a tie for 87th, while teammate Brooke Henderson ended the 54-hole tournament at 99th.

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

WSU Results: T7. Anastasia Kostina (72-66-75 - 213, E), T47. 79-75-72 - 226, +13), T65. Tracy Broders (78-76-76 - 230, +17), T87. Jessica Black (83-80-77 - 240, +27), 99. Brooke Henderson (88-77-92 - 257, +44)

Team Results: 1. Duke (283-280-271 - 834, -18), 2. UCLA (289-289-283 - 861, +9), 3. USC (293-283-287 - 863, +11), 4. Pepperdine (295-286-288 - 869, +17), 5. Arizona State (301-295-286 - 882, +30), 6. UNLV (292-290-301 - 883, +31), T7. Vanderbilt (302-289-295 - 886, +34), T7. Arizona (298-299-289 - 886, +34), T9. California (296-302-290 - 888, +36), T9. Stanford (303-293-292 - 888, +36), 11. Washington (296-293-305 - 894, +42), 12. Oregon (311-293-292 - 896, +44), 13. Oregon State (295-302-306 - 903, +51), T14. Texas A&M (300-306-300 - 906, +54), T14. WSU (312-294-300 - 906, +54), 16. San Jose State (307-303-299 - 909, +57), 17. Texas Tech (323-292-303 - 918, +66), 18. Tulsa (315-303-312 - 930, +78), 19. High Point (329-323-311 - 963, +111)

Top Five Individuals: 1. Elizabeth Janangelo, Duke (70-67-65 - 202, -11), T2. Anna Grzebien (71-71-67 - 209, -4), T2. Amanda Blumenherst, Duke (70-71-68 - 209, -4), 4. Paige Mackenzie, Washington (70-68-72, -3), 5. Irene Cho, USC (68-71-72 - 211, -2)

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