Women Tied for Fifth after First Round of Qdoba Invitational
Feb. 15, 2009
Miami Lakes, Fla. - The Washington State women's golf team is currently in three-way tie for fifth place after the first day of Qdoba Invitational at the par-72, 6,223-yard Senator Course at the Don Shula Golf Resort.
Senior Jessica Black and freshman Kristen Allard lead the Cougar contingent with a 73 (+1) after today's round. The finish was good enough to put them in a tie for sixth place, and only two strokes out of the lead.
Senior Amy Eneroth is close behind after posting a 3-over par 76, putting her in a tie for 24th.
WSU will look to make up some ground tomorrow as the third and fourth place teams are within three strokes of the Cougars.
Play continues tomorrow with a shotgun start beginning at 12:30 p.m., followed by the final round on Tuesday.
Don Shula Golf Resort; Miami Lakes, Fla.
Par-72; 6,223 yards
Results After Rounds One of Three
Team Results: 1. Georgia State (291, +3); 2. North Carolina State (294, +6); 3. Louisville (299, +11); 4. Tulane (301, +13) T5. James Madison (302, +14); T5. Oklahoma City (302, +14); T5. Washington State (302, +14); 8. Illinois State (304, +16); 9. Miami (305, +17); 10. Augusta State (310, +22); 11. South Florida (311, +23); 12. North Carolina-Greensboro (318, +30); 13. Mercer (326, +38) 14. Memphis (327, +39).
Top Five Individuals: T1. Laura Anderson, Louisville (71, -1); T1. Anna Scott, Georgia St. (71, -1); T3. Cathrine Madsen, Georgia St. (72, E); T3. Lauren Doughtie, NC State (72, E); T3. Joanna Saleeby, NC State (72, E).