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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Washington State All-American Ties for the Top Spot at Duck Invitational
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Release: 03/28/2006
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March 28, 2006

CRESWELL, Ore. - Washington State All-American women's golfer Anastasia Kostina battled her way into a tie for the top spot as she fired a final round score of 73 (+1) at the Duck Invitational, held at the par-72, 6,191 yard Emerald Valley Golf Course, March 28.

Kostina entered the day tied for second, but moved her way up the charts to become the second Cougar in five years to capture the title at the Duck Invite. The last Cougar to win the Duck Invite was All-American Kim Welch in 2004, which marked the third consecutive year she captured the title. This marks the third tournament win for the senior and her seventh top-10 finish of the season.

Freshman Amy Eneroth clawed her way up the charts to finish the tournament in a tie for seventh, marking the fourth consecutive top-10 finish and fifth top-25 finish on the season for the Spokane, Wash., native.

The Cougars shot their lowest combined team total of the tournament (305) during the final round, to garner a fourth place finish. This marks the team's third consecutive top-5 team finish, and fifth of the season.

Also making her mark on the course was freshman Jessica Black, who fired a final round score of 76 to knot her in a tie for 17th, marking her second top-25 finish of the season. Sophomore Tracy Broders completed the two-day event in a tie for 42nd, while teammate Haley Parsons completed her first collegiate tournament knotted at 61st.

The women's golf team will return to action when they caravan down to cactus country to compete at the PING/ASU Invitational, at Tempe, Ariz., March 31- April 1.

Duck Invitational
March 27-28, 2006
Par-72, 6,191 yards
Emerald Valley Golf Course, Creswell, Ore.
Results after 3 of 3 rounds

WSU Results: T1. Anastasia Kostina (71-77-73 - 221, +5), T6. Amy Eneroth (77-74-76 - 227, +11), T17. Jessica Black (75-83-76 - 234, +18), T42. Tracy Broders (83-79-82 - 244, +28), T61. Haley Parsons (86-86-80 - 252, +36)

Team Results: 1. San Jose State (307-305-306 - 918, +54), 2. Oregon State (310-305-304 - 919, +55), 3. Idaho (300-315-308 - 923, +59), 4. WSU (306-313-305 - 924, +60), 5. Fresno State (311-309-312 -932, +68), 6. Oregon (318-306-309 - 933, +69), 7. San Francisco State (323-306-309 - 938, +74), 8. San Diego State (318-315-314 - 947, +83), 9. New Mexico State (318-314-322 - 954, +90), 10. Boise State (313-322-320 - 955, +91), 11. Portland State (333-3235-318 - 976, +112), 12. Montana State (323-334-328 - 985, +121), 13. Portland (336-335-329 - 1000, +136), 14. Texas - San Antonio (345-337-332 - 1014, +150), 15. Weber State (343-347-339 - 1029, +165), 16. Idaho State (352-353-356 - 1061, +197)

Top Five Individuals: T1. Jessica Potter, San Francisco, (78-72-71 - 221, +5), T1. Anastasia Kostina, WSU (71-77-73 - 221, +5), T3. Laura Luethke, Fresno State (71-74-77 - 222, +6), T3. Jennifer Tucker, Idaho (70-76-76 - 222, +6), 5. Leah Whiting, Oregon State (74-75-77 - 226, +10)

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