Women Move Into Fourth Place at Qdoba Invitational
Feb. 16, 2009
Miami Lakes, Fla. - The Washington State women's golf team moved into fourth place after the second round of the Qdoba Invitational at the par-72, 6,223-yard Senator Course at the Don Shula Golf Resort.
Senior Jessica Black leads the Cougars with a two-round total of 149 (+4) and is currently in a tie for ninth place. A top 10 finish at this event would be the sixth of her career and put her in a tie for eighth on WSU's all-time list.
Close behind is fellow senior Amy Eneroth who posted a 74 (+2) today and will head into the final round in a tie for 11th.
'Jessica and Amy have a very good chance to notch another top 10 finish under their belts and I wouldn't count either of them out for a chance at the win,' said Assistant Coach Kari Sampson.
Freshmen Kristen Allard and Andrea Rosete are both hoping to add another top 25 finish to their resume. Allard finished the day in a tie for 22nd with a two-round total of 153 (+8). Rosete moved up 21 places during the second round and sits just outside the top 25 entering the final round.
'We need to remain focused and disciplined,' Sampson said, 'One shot at a time, one hole at a time, can bring us success.'
Play will resume tomorrow with final-round tee times beginning at 8 a.m.
Don Shula Golf Resort; Miami Lakes, Fla.
Par-72; 6,223 yards
Results After Rounds Two of Three
Team Results: 1. Georgia State (291-299) 590; 2. Louisville (299-296) 595; 3. North Carolina State (294-304) 598; 4. Washington State (302-303) 605; 5. Tulane (301-305) 606; 6. Oklahoma City (302-310) 612; 7. Augusta State (310-306) 616; T8. Miami (305-314) 619; T8. James Madison (302-317) 619; 10. Illinois State (304-318) 622; 11. South Florida (311-314) 625; 12. North Carolina-Greensboro (318-317) 635; 13. Memphis (327-322) 649;14. Mercer (326-344) 670.
Top Five Individuals: T1. Cindy LaCrosse, Louisville (74-72) 146; T1. Iliska Verwey, Georgia St. (73-73) 146; T1. Laura Anderson, Louisville (71-75) 146; T4. Cathrine Madsen, Georgia St. (72-75) 147; T4. Joanna Saleeby, NC State (72-75) 147; T4. Anna Scott, Georgia St. (71-76) 147; T4. Kelly Lynch, James Madison (73-74) 147.