April 23, 2007
SEATTLE, Wash. -At the end of the first day of the Pacific-10 Championships, played on the par-72, 6,196 yard Broadmoor Golf Club golf course, the Cougar women sit in eighth place with a score of 317 after one round of play.
The Cougars are led by junior Tracy Broders who shot a 78 (+6) in the first round and currently sits in a tie for 17th. Junior Brooke Henderson also shot a 78 (+6) to join Broders in 17th. One shot behind her teammates is sophomore Amy Eneroth, who finished the day with a score of 79 (+7) and is tied for 23rd.
Sophomore Jessica Black completed her first round with a score of 82 (+10) and is tied for 34th, a mere three strokes out of the top-25. Rounding out the Cougar lineup is freshman Diana Hong who is tied for 36th with a first day score of 83 (+11).
Arizona State hold the lead in the tournament after the first day of play. The Sundevils shot a 297 and are presently uncontested for first place. Coming in second for the day was Southern California with a score of 303. UCLA is just two strokes behind their southern counterpart with a score of 305 and a third place finish.
The women will continue the 54-hole tournament tomorrow morning with a tee time of 9 a.m.
Top Five Individuals: 1. Anna Nordqvist, Arizona State (68, -4), 2. Mari Chun, Stanford (71, -1), 3. Paola Moreno, USC (72, E), T4. Allison Goodman, California (73, +1), T4. Christina Yoon, Washington (73, +1)
Team Results: 1. Arizona State (297), 2. USC (303), 3. UCLA (305), T4. Stanford (309), T4. Arizona (309), 6. California (312), 7. Washington (313), 8. WSU (317), 9. University of Oregon (324), 10. Oregon State (329)