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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Eneroth Hangs On For Ninth Top-25 Finish Of Career
Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Release: 10/11/2006
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Oct. 11, 2006

Samammish, Wash. - The WSU women's golf team capped off their third and final day of play in the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational held at the par 72 Sahalee Country Club

The Cougars carded a 38-over 322 in round three. After shooting a team score of 954 (+90) on the par 72 6,130-yard Sahalee Country Club golf course, the Cougars were left in 13th place for the tournament.

Sophomore Amy Eneroth continued her hot streak as she finished in a tie for 17th. Eneroth has finished in the top-25 in each of the three tournaments she has played in this season. The sophomore's best round of the tournament came Monday in round one. Eneroth aided by five birdies shot a 69 through 18 holes. To finish the tournament Eneroth shot a round three 7-over 79, giving her a 12-over 228 for the tournament.

Stanford won the team title with a score of 896 (+32), finishing six strokes ahead of New Mexico (902, +38) and nine in front of Arizona State (905, +41). Mari Chun led from start to finish in winning medalist honors with a final total of 215 (-1), good for a two-stroke victory over Jodi Ewart of New Mexico who shot a 217 (+1).

Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational results:

Team Scores: 1. Stanford 303-297-296-896 2. New Mexico 301-300-301-902 3. Arizona State 299-306-299-904 4. Pepperdine 302-307-303-912 5. USC 310-308-304-922 6. Arizona 301-313-310-924 7. Washington 305-313-307-925 8. Oregon 311-310-308-929 9. Brigham Young 305-312-316-933 10. UNLV 318-311-312-941 11. San Francisco 324-312-313-949 12. California 317-320-313-950 13. Washington State 312-320-322-954 14. Long Beach State 313-321-322-956 15. Oregon State 321-331-314-966

WSU Scores: T17 Amy Eneroth 69-80-79--228 T36 Brooke Henderson 80-80-77--237 T56 Jessica Black 84-79-81--244 T59 Tracy Broders 79-81-86--246 T72 Diana Hong 87-83-85--255

Top Individual Scores: 1. Mari Chun, Stanford 68-72-75-215 2. Jodi Ewart, New Mexico 71-75-71-217 3. Jennifer Osborn, Arizona State 77-73-68-218 4. Misun Cho, Pepperdine 75-74-70-219 5. Py Bengtsson, New Mexico 72-75-73-220

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