Eneroth Earns All-Pac-10 Honors
April 27, 2009
PULLMAN, Wash. - Senior Amy Eneroth was named All-Pacific-10 Conference honorable mention after completing the women's conference championships in Stanford, Calif.
Eneroth has earned All-Pac-10 honors in each of her four years as a Cougar, joining former All-American Kim Welch as the only individuals in school history to accomplish the feat.
The Spokane, Wash., native led the women's team at the Pac-10 Championships for the third-straight season, finishing in a tie for ninth in her final campaign. Eneroth accumulated five top-10 finishes and 10 top-25 finishes this season, highlighted by a third-place effort at the inaugural Inland Invitational at Palouse Ridge.
The senior completed her Cougar career with consecutive top-10 finishes, placing ninth at both the Cardinal & Canes Classic and the Pac-10 Championships. Eneroth posted her lowest three-round total of the season (216) at the conference tournament, also marking the second-best total at the event in WSU history.
Throughout her four years as a Cougar, Eneroth amassed 37 top-25 finishes and 21 top-10 finishes, ranking second and third, respectively, on WSU's all-time lists. She also holds the third-best career scoring average (75.16) in school history, behind former Cougar All-Americans Welch and Anastasia Kostina.
She began her career at WSU by posting the top freshman scoring average and earning five top-10 and seven top-25 finishes.
Eneroth has also earned academic honorable mention all-conference honors during both her sophomore and junior seasons.