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Women's Golf Begin Spring Season with Seventh Place Finish
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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Release: 02/26/2008
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Feb. 26, 2008

KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. - The Washington State University women's golf team placed seventh at the Cuthbert Cup after inclement weather cut the tournament short, Tuesday.

An assessment to call the tournament came late in the afternoon when a thunderstorm rolled through the area. A decision was made to use the second round results to declare the champion.

The Cougars finished with a two day total of 608 and were led by junior Amy Eneroth.

Eneroth fired a dominant second round score of 1-under par 71 to move up the leaderboard and finished in a tie for 17th overall. Eneroth's top 25 finish moves her into sole possession of fifth overall on the all time career top 25 list (21).

Junior Jessica Black moved up two positions in round two and ended the tournament in 26th with a total score of 152. Senior Brooke Henderson finished close behind with a total of 153.

Sophomore Diana Hong carded a 154 and senior Tracy Broders rounds out the Cougar contingent with 156.

The women begin their next tournament March 10, when they travel to Nevada for the Spring Invitational.

WSU Results: T17. Amy Eneroth (79-71--150, +6); T26. Jessica Black (76-76--152, +8); T32. Brooke Henderson (77-76--153, +9); T37. Diana Hong (79-75--154, +10); T43. Tracy Broders (78-78--156, +12).

The Field: 1. Charleston (287-296--583, +7); 2. UNC Wilmington (296-290--586, +10); 3. Maryland (296-297--596, +20); 4. East Tennessee (299-297--596, +20); 5. Miami (295-305--600, +24); 6. Western Carolina (294-307--601, +25); 7. Washington State (310-298--608, +32); 8. Charleston Southern (301-308--609, +33); 9. Cincinnati (312-299--611, +35); 11. William and Mary (309-309--618, +42); 11. Missouri State (304-320--624, +48); 12. Appalachian State (323-327--650, +74); 13. Richmond (336-318--654, +78).

Top Five Individuals: T1. Steffi Kirchmayr, Charleston (70-72--142, -2); T1. Courtney Brink, Charleston (69-73--142, -2); T3. Kelly Calkin, Maryland (73-72--145, +1): T3. Desiree Karlsson, Western Carolina (69-76--145, +1); T3. Fiona Puyo, Charleston (74-71--145, +1); T3. Sinead O'Sullivan, East Tennessee (73-72--145, +1); T3. Kerri Connolly, Maryland (71-74--145, +1).

Washington State Cougars Athletics
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