Women's golf finishes in 13th at Wahine Invitational.
November 4, 1998
KAUAI, Hawaii - Washington State University's Stefanie Coleman (72-78-75 --- 225) earned her fifth career top 25 finish at the Princeville Rainbow Wahine Invitational, hosted by the University of Hawaii - Manoa, with a two-way tie for 20th place.
Coleman, a senior from Tacoma, Wash., ended the tournament with a 54-hole career low score of 225. Sophomore Jennifer Dodd finished second for the Cougar women with a 229 on her scorecard and tied for 32nd place. Freshman Raphael Garstecki also ended the Rainbow Wahine Invitational with a 54-hole career low score of 237.
Oklahoma State (293-289-293 --- 875) captured the tournament title, while Washington State (308-314-303 --- 925) finished 13th out of the 18 schools competing. The Cougars' 925 team total is their best 54-hole score for the fall season, beating their old low score by 20 strokes. Nevada's Angie Yoon took top individual honors.
The Cougars will head to San Diego Nov. 15-17 to compete in the San Diego State Fall Classic, hosted by San Diego State. This will be the Cougar Women's final tournament of the fall season.
Complete WSU Results:
20T. Stefanie Coleman, 72-78-75 --- 225.
32T. Jennifer Dodd, 78-76-75 --- 229.
64T. Raphael Garstecki, 77-82-78 --- 237.
68T. Jenny Ballou, 83-80-75 --- 238.
75T. Tasha Browner, 81-80-79 --- 240.
BALLOU, Jenny, RS-So., Portland, Ore.;
BROWNER, Tasha, Fr., Tarzana, Calif.;
COLEMAN, Stefanie, Sr., Tacoma, Wash.;
DODD, Jennifer, So., Portland, Ore.;
GARSTECKI, Raphael, Fr., Milwaukee, Wis.