Eneroth In Tie For Fourth At Conference Championships
April 24, 2009
STANFORD, Calif. - Senior Amy Eneroth led the Washington State women's golf team through the first round of the Pacific-10 Conference Championships at the par-71, 6,117-yard Stanford Golf Course.
The Cougars finished the day in eighth, ahead of both Oregon and Oregon State. The first-day total of 306 puts the women one stroke behind sixth-place Washington and four strokes behind No. 24 Stanford.
'The team showed some very good resilience today,' said head coach Walt Williams. 'There were rough patches in every one of their rounds, and for the most part they hung in there and battled in windy conditions on a long and difficult golf course.'
Eneroth birdied the final hole to put her at one-over par for the round (72). The finish was good enough to put her in a tie for fourth.
The Cougars will be paired with cross-state rival Washington during the second round, with tee times beginning at 8:30 a.m. Live scoring will be posted at www.golfstat.com.
Pacific-10 Conference Championships
Stanford Golf Course; Stanford, Calif.
Results After Round One of Three
Team Results: 1. UCLA (291); 2. USC (292); 3. Arizona State (293); T4. Arizona (298); T4. California (298); 6. Stanford (302); 7. Washington (305); 8. WSU (306); 9. Oregon State (309); 10. Oregon (312).
Top Five Individuals: T1. Carlota Cingada, Arizona State (70, -1); T1. Jennifer Song, USC (70, -1); 3. Maria Jose Uribe, UCLA (71, E); T4. Amy Eneroth, WSU (72, +1); T4. Whitney French, Oregon State (72, +1); T4. Stephanie Kono, UCLA (72, +1); T4. Jenifer Osborn, Arizona State (72, +1).