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Amy Eneroth
Amy Eneroth


Spokane, Wash.

High School:
Mead HS ('05)



SENIOR (Fall 2008): Competed in all five tournaments for WSU...earned four consecutive top 25 finishes along with two top 10 finishes...31 career top 25 finishes ranks second in school history...posted her best finish of the season at the Inland Invitational (third)...second top 10 finish came at the Ihlanfeldt Invitational (T-7th)... led team in scoring average (75.47) and is currently eight on the all-time list...18 top 10 finishes in her career rank third in school history.

JUNIOR (2007-08): Competed in 12 tournaments for the Cougars...earned five top 10 finishes as well as 10 top 25 finishes...led the Cougars to a victory at the Giustina Memorial Classic with a second-place finish...fired a 3-over 219 in the tournament...second top 10 finish of the season put her in sole possession of third place on the career top 10 list (13)...recorded 27th career top 25 finish and moved into third position on the career list at the Pacific-10 Conference Championships...finished second in the Duck Invitational followed by a tie for first in the Inland Cup... first place finish in the Regional Preview highlighted by a career-low round of 68...tied for 22nd at the Pac-10 Championships...earned Pac-10 honorable mention as well as All-Pac-10 Academic honorable mention...led the team in scoring average (74.69), placing third in WSU single-season history.

SOPHOMORE (2006-07): Named to the All-Pacific-10 Conference Second Team...named to the All-Pac-10 Academic Team...scoring average of 74.79 in 12 tournaments is fourth on the WSU career list...six top 10 finishes are tied for sixth on the school's all-time single season list...10 top 25 finishes tie her for fourth on the single season best list...11 career top 10s and 17 career top 25s are good for fourth and sixth (tie), respectively, on the WSU all-time list...put together four consecutive top 10 finishes, capped off by her first career individual tournament victory at the Duck Invitational...shot 222 at the event...other top 10s included: Salbasgeon Suites Invitational (T-3rd), Stanford Intercollegiate (T-8th), Pat Bradley Invitational (second), Red Rocks Invitational (T-10th) and Rebel Spring Invitational (T-10th)...prior to the string of top 10s also had four top 25s, giving her eight consecutive top 25 finishes...finished off her season with an 11th-place tie at the Pac-10 championships and a 23rd-place tie at the NCAA West Regional...fired what was then a career-low 69 in the opening rounds of both the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational and the Rebel Spring Invite.

FRESHMAN (2005-06): Named All-Pac-10 honorable mention in her debut season with the Cougars...her five top 10 finishes were good for a tie for seventh on the all-time WSU single season list...her seven top 25 finishes were good for 10th on the single season list...scoring average of 76.0 in 12 tournaments was the best in school history for a freshman...posted a top 25 finish in her first career event at the Oregon State Invitational...posted four consecutive top 10 finishes at the Pat Bradley Invitational (T-8th), Inland Cup (second), Pinehurst Challenge (T-10th) and Duck Invitational (T-6th)...also finished tied for 10th at the Peg Barnard Intercollegiate...finished tied for 19th at her first career Pac-10 championships.

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters in golf under head coach Don Beloved...four-time team MVP...competed at state all four years...named all-league player of the year during her SOPHOMORE and SENIOR seasons...won the title at district finals as a sophomore and again as a senior...garnered a third place finish at state as a senior...named Mead Senior High Athlete of the Year...competed at the USGA Junior Girls Championship in 2003 and 2004...qualified for the U.S. Amateur during the summer of 2005.

PERSONAL: Amy Irene Eneroth...born in Spokane, Wash...parents Dave and Dovie...two older sisters Dana and Tara...enjoys sports and working out...named 2004 WJGA Player of the Year...earned Puetz Most Valuable Player at the Junior America's Cup in 2004...carried a 3.5 gpa in high school.

2005-06	12	33	2,508	76.00	71	5	7
2006-07	12	34	2,543	74.79	69	6	10
2007-08	5	15	1,134	75.60	72	2	3
2008-09	5	15	1,132	75.47	72	2	4
Totals	41	114	8,572	75.19	68	18	31
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