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Kostina Leads Cougars After Two Rounds at Heather Farr Memorial Invite
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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Release: 10/03/2005
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Oct. 3, 2005

BROOMFIELD, Colo. - All-American Anastasia Kostina and sophomore Tracy Broders sit in the top-20 after completing the first two rounds of the eighth annual Heather Farr Memorial Invitational, held at the par 72, 6,236 yard Omni Interlocken Golf Club, Oct. 3.

The All-American senior leads the Cougars after shooting a 72 in her second round of the day, marking her lowest round of the season. Kostina's second round performance gave her a combined total of 147 (+3) and knotted her in a five-way tie for fifth. Sophomore Tracy Broders etched her way into the top-20, sitting in a six-way tie for 20th and only three shots out of the top-10.

Stephanie Parsley is also clawing her way to the top of the 96-player field as she sits in a four-way tie for 34th, just two shots out of the top-20 and four shots out of the top-15.

The Cougars enter Wednesday's final round in eighth place, just nine shots out of the lead and five shots out of the top-5. To round out the Cougar contingent, sophomore Brooke Henderson sits in a tie for 38th, while teammate Amy Eneroth sits just one shot behind knotted at 43rd.

The final 18 holes of the Heather Farr Memorial Invitational will begin Tuesday, Oct. 4, with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. mountain time.

University of Colorado Heather Farr Memorial Invitational
Oct. 3-4, 2005
Par 72, 6,236 yards
Omni Interlocken Golf Club, Broomfield, Colo.
Results after 2 of 3 rounds

WSU Results: T5. Anastasia Kostina (75-72 - 147, +3), T20. Tracy Broders (75-76 - 151, +7), T34. Stephanie Parsley (75-78 - 153, +9), T38. Brooke Henderson (77-77 - 154, +10), T43. Amy Eneroth (78-77 - 155, +11)

Team Results: 1. Denver (299-296 - 595, +19), 2. Fresno State (304-293 - 597, +21), 3. San Jose State (294-304 - 598, +22), T4. Colorado (301-298 - 599, +23), T4. New Mexico State (297-302 - 599, +23), T6. Boise State (302-300 - 602, +26), T6. Idaho (305-297 - 602, +26), 8. WSU (302-302 - 604, +28), 9. Nevada (305-300 - 605, +29), 10. Oregon State (308-299 - 607, +31), 11. Colorado State (317-300 - 617, +41), 12. Eastern Washington (305-322 - 627, +51), 13. Portland State (321-309 - 630, +54), 14. Montana State (318-313 - 631, +55), 15. Weber State (329-316 - 645, +69), 16. Wyoming (326-327 - 653, +77), 17. Gonzaga (313-343 - 656, +80), 18. Cal State Northridge (332-326 - 658, +82)

Top Five Individuals: T1. Maria Persson-Gulda, Colorado (73-71 -144, E), T1. Renee Skidmore, Idaho (72-72 - 144, E), 3. Katie Kempter, Denver (72-73 - 145, +1), 4. Katie Street, Boise State (73-73 - 146, +2), T5. Emily Hoeper, Denver (75-72 - 147, +3), T5. Taylor Siebert, Fresno State (75-72 - 147, +3), T5. Luxchmi Gill, Nevada (74-73 - 147, +3), T5. Jenelle Gomez (72-75 - 147, +3), T5. Anastasia Kostina, WSU (75-72 - 147, +3)

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