Cougars Conclude Pacific-10 Conference Championships

April 26, 2009

STANFORD, Calif. - The Washington State women's golf team posted a 308 during its final round today to finish eighth at the Pacific-10 Conference Championships, held at the par-71, 6,117-yard Stanford Golf Course.

'The team was disappointed to drop back today but we are always happy to beat the Huskies,' said head Coach Walt Williams. 'Going in seeded 10th and finishing eighth with three freshmen in the top five is a good experience for these young women.'

The Cougars finished with a three-round team score of 911 (306-297-308). The total marks the best three-round score by the Cougars at the Pac-10 Championship, beating the previous record of 917 set in 2005.

Senior Amy Eneroth was able to etch her name into the Cougar record book as well. The Spokane, Wash., native carded a 73 (+2) during the final round to give her a tournament-total of 216 (+3), the second-best total at a conference championship in WSU history. Eneroth's score was good enough for a ninth-place finish, and ties former Cougar All-American Kim Welch's 2005 performance as the third-best finish at a Pac-10 championship.

Throughout her four years as a Cougar, Eneroth has collected 37 top-25 finishes and 21 top-10 finishes which rank second and third, respectively on WSU's all-time list. She also holds the third-best career scoring average (75.16) in school history behind Cougar greats Welch and Anastasia Kostina.

Jessica Black finished in a tie for 24th with a three-day total of 225 (+12). The tournament marked her 20th career top-25 finish which ties for sixth in school history. Throughout her career Black has amassed a 77.77 scoring average, good for fourth in the Cougar record book.

Freshmen Andrea Rosete ended the tournament in 38th, posting a 233. The Spaniard finished the season with a scoring average of 77.80, the fourth-best freshman scoring average in WSU history.

Kristen Allard and Lauren Howell rounded out the Cougar lineup at this year's conference championships. Both finished in a tie for 44th with a total of 241 after three rounds. Allard's scoring average of 78.67 and Howell's scoring average of 78.80 ranks fifth and sixth, respectively, on the freshman scoring average list behind Rosete.

Pacific-10 Conference Championships

Stanford Golf Course; Stanford, Calif.

Par-71; 6,117-Yards

Results After Final Round

WSU Results: 9. Amy Eneroth (72-71-73--216, +3); T24. Jessica Black (76-71-78--225, +12); 38. Andrea Rosete (77-77-79--233, +20); T44. Kristen Allard (81-79-81--241, +28); T44. Lauren Howell (85-78-78--241, +28).

Team Results: 1. Arizona State (293-281-278--852); 2. USC (292-291-278--861); 3. UCLA (291-288-285--864); 4. Arizona (298-296-290--884); 5. California (298-305-284--887); 6. Stanford (302-294-294--890); 7. Oregon (312-295-294--901); 8. WSU (306-297-308--911); 9. Washington (305-301-307--913); 10. Oregon State (309-314--623).

Top Five Individuals: T1*. Carlota Cingada, Arizona State (70-71-69--210, -3); T1. Jennifer Song, USC (70-71-69--210, -3); T1. Jenifer Osborn, Arizona State (72-69-69--210, -3); 4. Lizette Salas, USC (74-72-65--211, E); T5. Azahara Munoz, Arizona State (73-68-71--212, -1); T5. Maria Jose Uribe, UCLA (71-72-69--212, -1).

*Won in playoff

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