Cougar Women's Golf Starts Season with Solid Performance
Sept. 17, 2012
CORVALLIS, Ore. - The Washington State women's golf team finished the first two rounds of the Oregon State Invitational in second place out of 16 competing teams Monday. The team carded a score of 15-over par.
The Cougar women concluded the first 18 holes at 2-over par as a team, just five strokes behind first-place Washington. WSU freshman Rachel Lewis, making her collegiate debut, finished the first round even. Lewis finished the day at 9-over par.
The women's team fell short only to Washington in the first day of the Invitational, finished at 11-under par. Washington State did put themselves three spots ahead of Pac-12 opponent and host school Oregon State on the team leaderboard.
The WSU women were led by sophomore Lindsay Harmon. Harmon shot a team-best score of 70 in the first round of 18 holes, and followed it with a 73 on the second round. Her combined effort left Harmon tied for third place in the 89-athlete field and 1-under par after the first two rounds of the tournament. SooBin Kim of Washington finished atop the player leaderboard two strokes ahead of Harmon.
Tee times for Tuesday's final round will begin at 8 a.m. Live scoring will be available at golfstat.com and complete tournament results and recap will be posted at wsucougars.com following the conclusion of the competition.
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