SAMMAMISH, Wash. – Despite a late rally from Colorado, Washington women's golf held onto the top spot in the final round and took first place at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational on Wednesday at the Sahalee Country Club. Individually, four finished in the top 10, led by Karen Miyamoto who took fourth.
SAMMAMISH, Wash. – Washington took a big lead on day one at the Husky-hosted Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational Tuesday as they carded they day's only sub-par round to finish 36 holes at 1-under 575 (289-286). All five golfers in UW's lineup sit at 13th or better with four in the top 10. The final day of the 54—hole event at Sahalee Country Club tees off at 8 a.m. Wednesday.
AUCKLAND, New Zealand – A handful of Washington Huskies will be competing at the MCKAYSON New Zealand Open this week including current juniors and New Zealand natives Julianne Alvarez and Wenyung Keh along with former Dawgs Jing Yan and Sadena Parks.
NORMAN, Okla. – In its first event of the 2017-18 season, the University of Washington women's golf team saved their best round for last at the Schooner Fall Classic as it posted a 4-under 280 to finish tied for eighth with a 7-over 859 (294-285-280). The Dawgs were led by freshman Rino Sasaki, who finished tied for 13th with a 2-under 211, and sophomore Karen Miyamoto who tied for 16th at 1-under 212.
NORMAN, Okla. – University of Washington sophomore Karen Miyamoto continued her stellar play to open the season at the Schooner Fall Classic as she leads the Huskies after two rounds, sitting tied for third at 3-under 139. The women's golf team as a group climbed two spots on the leaderboard and is now 10th at 11-over 579 (294-285).