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Two Cougars Finish in the Top 15 at Pat Bradley Golf Championship
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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Release: 02/22/2006
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Feb. 22, 2006

Miami, Fla. - The spring brings new beginnings and Washington State's freshman golfer Amy Eneroth blossomed in the off season as she nabbed her first career top-15 finish at the 28th Annual Pat Bradley Golf Championship, held at the par-73, 5,957 yard Miccosukee Golf & Country Club, Feb. 22.

The Spokane, Wash. native entered the final round in a three-way tie for 16th, but shot a career-low 71 during the final round, to claw her way into a three-way tie for eighth. Tearing her way through the record books is All-American senior, Anastasia Kostina, who finished the two-day tournament in 12th place. Kostina's top-15 effort marks her fifth top-25 finish of the season and the 21st of her career, giving her sole possession of third on WSU's career top-25 finishes.

Tracy Broders etched her way up two spots, finishing the tournament in a seven-way tie for 27th, just one shot out of the top 25. To round out the Cougar contingent, freshman Jessica Black finished the 54-hole tournament knotted in a three-way tie for 45th, while teammate Brooke Henderson completed the competition tied for 80th.

The Cougars finished the tournament in sixth place after shooting a final round score of 306 (+14). Competing as individuals, red shirt junior Heather O'Leary finished the tournament in a tie for 60th, while freshman Ami Larson completed the final round knotted in a tie for 96th.

The Cougars will return to action when they will host the Inland Cup at Clarkston, Wash., Feb. 27.

28th Annual Pat Bradley Golf Championship
Feb. 21-22, 2006
Par 73, 5,957 yards
Miccosukee Golf & Country Club, Miami, Fla.
Results after 3 of 3 rounds

WSU Results: T8. Amy Eneroth (76-76-71 - 223, +4), 12. Anastasia Kostina (70-80-75 - 225, +6), T27. Tracy Broders (76-79-78 - 233, +14), T45. Jessica Black (73-81-82 - 236, +17), T60. Heather O'Leary (80-79-81 - 240, +21), T80. Brooke Henderson (81-80-86 - 247, +28), T96. Ami Larson (83-86-86 - 255, +36)

Team Results: 1. Augusta State (299-300-298 - 897, +21), 2. BYU (297-305-296 - 898, +22), T3. Florida International (296-311-301 - 908, +32), T3. Georgia State (302-307-299 - 908, +32), 5. Maryland (301-309-305 - 915, +39), 6. WSU (295-315-306 - 916, +40), 7. Memphis (302-314-309 - 925, +49), T8. Central Florida (315-314-298 - 927, +51), T8. Barry (313-310-304 - 927, +51), 10. Denver (301-312-321 - 934, +58), 11. Elon (310-312-316 - 938, +62), 12. Toledo (319-311-313 - 943, +67), 13. Florida Atlantic (318-315-317 - 950, +74), 14. Wofford (323-317-314 - 954, +78), 15. North Carolina-Greensboro (323-319-313 - 955, +79), 16. Richmond (328-328-320 - 976, +100), 17. Troy (320-331-327 - 978, +102), T17. T18. Bethune-Cookman (333-323-331 - 987, +111), T18. Ohio (327-332-328 - 987, +111), 20. Citadel (342-331-335 - 10083, +132)

Top Five Individuals: 1. Stacey Tate, Memphis (71-75-68 - 214, -5), 2. Lisbeth Meincke, Georgia State (70-73-72 - 215, -4), T3. Julie Wightman, BYU (69-78-72 - 219, E), T3. Kelly Calkin, Maryland (73-72-74 - 219, E), T5. Garrett Phillips, Augusta State (70-76-74 - 220, +1), T5. Susan Nam, Florida International (73-72-75 - 220, +1), T5. RemiJin Camping, Barry (72-74-74 - 220, +1)

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