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Madison Picked To Pac-10 Academic Team
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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Release: 06/04/2007
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June 4, 2007

PULLMAN, Wash. -- - Five members of Washington State University's men's and women's golf teams have been recognized by the Pacific-10 Conference for their academic prowess, including senior Jordan Madison, picked to the men's first team for the second straight year.

Four members of the NCAA West Regional qualifying team were honored, including Brooke Henderson, selected to the second team. Jessica Black, Tracy Broders and Amy Eneroth received honorable mention recognition. All four will return next year.

Madison, from Pasco, Wash., closed out his Cougar career this spring and ended the year with a 73.7 scoring average and a low round of 66, the best of his career. His scoring average was number two among Cougar golfers. During his four years at WSU, Madison played 119 rounds in 42 events and averaged 74.0 strokes.

The business administration major finished in the top 10 twelve times to rank tied for third on the Cougar career list, while his 19 career top 25 finishes ties him for fifth.

Henderson is a hotel business management major from Richland, Wash. The junior's best finish was fourth at the Pat Bradley Invitational. She posted a 78.0 scoring average, third best among the Cougar women. Henderson finished in the top 25 at four tournaments.

Eneroth, a sophomore in sport management from Spokane, Wash., led the Cougar women with a 74.8 average this year and also topped the team with six finishes in the top 10 and was in the top 25 ten times. Eneroth won the Duck Invitational this spring and was second at the Pat Bradley Invitational.

Black, a sophomore from Bend, Ore., finished the year with a 78.3 scoring average and five top 25 finishes. Her low round was at the Rebel Spring Invitational at Las Vegas, where she shot a closing round 69. At the Inland Cup Black tied for medalist honors.

Broders, a junior in sport management from Tigard, Ore., finished in the top 10 twice, including fourth at the Duck Invitational. She had four finishes in the top 25 and her 78.1 scoring average was fourth among the Cougar women.

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