Women's Golf Travels to Nevada for Spring Invite
March 6, 2008
What's Happening This Week: The Washington State University women's golf team travels to Boulder City, Nev., for the UNLV Spring Invitational, March 10-12...the 54-hole tournament will be played on the par-72, 6,204-yard Boulder Creek Golf Club...live scoring of each round will be available at www.golfstat.com and final results will be posted at www.wsucougars.com.
In the Rankings: In the latest Golfweek team rankings, the Washington State women rank 55th.
The Field: In the field of 18, the Cougars will be paired with four teams ranked in the top 50 nationally including No. 35 BYU, No. 43 Indiana, No. 48 Texas Tech and No. 49 Oregon...the field also includes UC Davis, Campbell, Colorado State, Eastern Washington, Fresno State, Idaho, Kansas State, Long Beach State, UNLV, New Mexico State, Sacramento State, San Francisco and Washington. (Rankings according to Golfweek.)
Traveling for the Cougars: Five Cougars will be traveling to Nevada to take a swing at victory...the Cougar contingent includes seniors Tracy Broders and Brooke Henderson, juniors Jessica Black and Amy Eneroth and sophomore Diana Hong.
Last Time at the Spring Invitational: In 2007, the Cougars jumped up the leaderboard in the final round of competition, shooting a tournament low of 280 to finish in eighth...the tournament was highlighted by Hong's third round 66 which ties for the lowest round in Cougar history.
Last Time Out: The women began the spring season with a seventh place finish at the Cuthbert Cup, at Kiawah Island, S.C., after inclement weather cut the tournament short...the Cougars combined for a total score of 608 and were led by Eneroth who shot 150...Eneroth fired a dominant second round score of 1-under par 71 to finish in a tie for 17th...Eneroth earned her 21st career top 25 finish and moved into sole procession of fifth overall on the all time career top 25 list...Black scored a 152, Henderson finished with 153, Hong carded a 154 and Broders ended with 156 to round out the Cougar contingent.