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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Cougar Women To Compete Twice Next Week
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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Release: 03/30/2007
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March 30, 2007

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NEXT UP FOR WSU WOMEN

EVENT: Cougar Classic
HOST: Brigham Young University
DATE: April 3-4
FORMAT: 54-hole tournament with 36 holes Tuesday and 18 holes Wednesday.
COURSE: Entrada Golf and Country Club, St. George, Utah., par-72 over 6,151 yards.

NEXT UP FOR WSU WOMEN

EVENT: Stanford Intercollegiate
HOST: Stanford University
DATE: April 6-7
FORMAT: 54-hole tournament with 36 holes Friday and 18 holes Saturday.
COURSE: Stanford Golf Course.

WSU WOMEN TRAVEL TO BYU, THEN STANFORD: The Washington State Women's Golf team will be competing in the Cougar Classic hosted by Brigham Young University April 3-4. The 54-hole tournament will be played on the Entrada Golf Course in St. George, Utah with two round being played Tuesday and the final round concluding Wednesday. The Cougars will then prepare for the Stanford Intercollegiate which takes place April 6-7.

COUGARS ENTRANTS: Competing for the Cougars in the upcoming tournaments next week will be Amy Eneroth, Brooke Henderson, Jessica Black, Tracy Broders and Diana Hong.

COUGS DO WELL AT OREGON INVITATIONAL: WSU experienced their most successful outing of the season at the Oregon Duck Invitational...as a team the Cougars finished second among 15 teams...WSU ended the tournament with three players in the top-25, including Amy Eneroth, who took top honors by tying for first, then winning a playoff.

BLACK, HONG, ENEROTH CAPTURE HONORS: Sophomores Jessica Black and Amy Eneroth and freshman Diana Hong have won or shared 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...Eneroth, WSU's most consistent golfer this spring, tied for first at the Duck Invitational and won top honors in a playoff.

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