March 9, 2007
NEXT UP FOR WSU WOMEN
EVENT: UNLV Spring Invite
HOST: Univ. Nevada-Las Vegas
DATE: March 12-13-14
FORMAT: 54-hole tournament with 18 holes each day
COURSE: Boulder Creek Golf Club, Boulder City, Nev.; 72-par, 6,153 yards
TEAMS: (18) Boise State, BYU, Campbell, Eastern Washington, Fresno State, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Long beach State, Nebraska, New Mexico, New Mexico State, Notre Dame, San Diego State, San Francisco, Texas Tech, host UNLV and Washington State.
COUGAR WOMEN HEAD TO NEVADA: The Washington State women's golf teams heads to Boulder City, Nevada, for their next competition March 12-14...the tournament will be played at 72-par, 6,153-yard Boulder Creek Golf Club...the 17 teams joining WSU will be Boise State, BYU, Campbell, Eastern Washington, Fresno State, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Long Beach State, Nebraska, New Mexico, New Mexico State, Notre Dame, San Diego State, San Francisco, Texas Tech and host UNLV.
BLACK, HONG CAPTURE MEDALIST HONORS: Sophomore Jessica Black and freshman Diana Hong have both tied for medalist honors this spring...Hong shared top honors at the Lumberjack Invitational in early March, while Black tied for lead at the Inland Cup the last week in February.
WSU COUGAR WOMEN'S GOLF SCHEDULES
Feb. 19-20 Pat Bradley Championship, Kendell, Fla. (Host: Florida IU)
WSU captured the tea title with a three-day total of 912, with host FIU five strokes back...Amy Eneroth finished second with a +8 total of 224 and Brooke Henderson, at 227, tied for fourth.
Feb. 26-27 Inland Cup, Clarkston, Wash. (Host: WSU)
Jessica Black tied for medalist honors with a two-round 151, but lost top honors on the second playoff hole...Mandy Parsons p[osted a 157 to finish third in the non-team scoring event
March 3-4 Lumberjack Invitational, Sedona, Ariz. (Host: N. Arizona)
WSU finsished second one stroke behind leader Northwestern University...the Cougs had a three-round total of 602 strokes...Diana Hong tied for first with a +3 total of 147, shooting rounds of 75-72, while Amy Eneroth tied for tenth...WSU had four women in the top 20.
March 12-14 Rebel Spring Invitational, Las Vegas, Nev. (Host: UNLV)
March 26-27 Duck Invitational, Eugene, Ore. (Host: Oregon)
April 3-4 Cougar Classic, St. George, Utah (Host: BYU)
April 6-7 Stanford Intercollegiate, Stanford, Calif. (Host: Stanford)
April 23-24 Pacific-10 Championships, Seattle, Wash. (Host: Washington)