PULLMAN, Wash. - Amy Eneroth (golf) and David Stilley (baseball) have been selected as the WSUCougars.com student-athletes of the week for the week ending April 26.
Eneroth, a senior from Spokane, Wash., finished tied for ninth place at the Pacific-10 Conference Championships, April 24-26, with a three-round total of 216 (+3), the second-best total at a conference tournament in school history. The finish is tied with former Cougar All-American Kim Welch's 2005 performance as the third-best in WSU history.
Eneroth led the Cougars to a three-round team score of 911, a Cougar record at the conference championships.
Eneroth was named All-Pac-10 honorable mention, and completed her Cougar career with 37 top-25 finishes and 21 top-10 finishes, ranking second and third, respectively, on WSU's all-time lists. She also holds the third-best career scoring average (75.16) in school history behind former Cougar All-Americans Welch and Anastasia Kostina.
A noteworthy performance from the week was Courtney Kirkwood (Othello, Wash.) winning the women's javelin with a lifetime-best and improved NCAA RQ mark of 170-feet, 8 inches (52.01m) at the Duane Hartman Invitational Track and Field Meet at Spokane Falls Community College, April 25. Kirkwood's throw was a 10-foot improvement on her PR and the second-best toss in Cougar women's history, behind sophomore teammate Marissa Tschida's 175-11 thrown last week. Kirkwood's throw also broke Tschida's freshman school record of 161-8 thrown last year.
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