Women’s Golf Looks to Finish Strong
BOULDER CITY, Nev. – The Washington State women’s golf team concluded the second round of play at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown in 15th place. The Cougars carded a second-round 308 (+20), bringing their two-round total to 603 (+27). WSU sits two strokes back from a four-way tie for 11th place.
“The biggest thing is to learn from today and improve tomorrow,” WSU Head Coach Kelli Kamimura said. “Everyone on the team has had great moments. We just need to be flexible and go out there confident. We learned from today, and we’ll take that into tomorrow. With a strong round we can have a good finish in this tournament.”
In second round action freshman Alivia Brown led the Cougars, shooting 3-over (75). Brown is currently tied for 36th with a two-round 150 (+6). Supported by a strong first round, fellow freshman Bree Wanderscheid sits tied for 29th. Wanderscheid is 5-over (149) through two rounds.
Seniors Lindsay Harmon and Kristen Rue are tied for 49th. Harmon provided a second-round 76 (+4), the second-lowest Cougar score of the day. Rue carded a 79 (+7) to bring her two-round score to 152 (+8), matching Harmon.
Junior Rachel Lewis, competing as an individual, sits one stroke ahead of the seniors, at 7-over (151). Lewis is tied for 43rd. Fellow junior Nani Yanagi (+17, 161) is currently tied for 90th.
The tournament concludes Tuesday with the final round of play. Teams will tee off in a shotgun start beginning at 8 a.m. Live results can be found at birdiefire.com. Full tournament results and recap will be available at the conclusion of the tournament at wsucougars.com.