April 11, 1999
STANFORD, Calif. - Washington State University women's golfer Jenny Ballou (Portland, Ore.) earned her second top 25 finish this spring at the Peg Bernard California Collegiate tournament hosted by nationally ranked Stanford University at the Stanford Golf Club. The redshirt junior shot a two-round total of 158 (77-81) to finish in a five-way tie for 25th place.
Senior Stefanie Coleman (Tacoma, Wash.) and sophomore Jennifer Dodd finished just three-strokes behind Ballou, shooting 36-hole totals of 161. Both ended in a tie for 36th place. Coleman leads the Cougar women in spring averages with a 78.3 strokes per round.
Pac-10 school Southern California (599) moved up two places to bump nationally ranked Stanford out of first place and claim the team title. Stanford (605) fell one spot and finished in second place. Washington State (641) finished in 10th place. Stanford's Stephanie Keever (69-75) maintained her lead to capture top individual honors with a two-day total of 144.
UP NEXT: The Cougar women will travel to Stanford, Calif. to compete for the Pac-10 title in the Pac-10 Conference Championships April 23-25.
WSU RESULTS: 25t. Jenny Ballou, 77-81 --- 158. 36t. Stefanie Coleman, 83-78 --- 161. 36t. Jennifer Dodd, 79-82 --- 161. 47. Tasha Browner, 80-85 --- 165. 48t. Carmel Sielicki, 85-81 --- 166.