Young Cougars Travel to Stanford Intercollegiate
Oct. 19, 2006
What's Happening This Week: The Washington State Women's golf team will compete against a very strong field at the Stanford Intercollegiate this weekend. It's a three-day event, Friday through Sunday (Oct. 20-22), with 18 rounds each day.
The Field: The Intercollegiate boasts an impressive field of eight top-25 teams, including top-ranked Georgia, #2 Duke, #3 UCLA, #9 Vanderbilt, #12 Arizona, #15 New Mexico and #21 Arkansas. Filling out the rest of the 14-team field will be host Stanford, Oregon, Oregon State, San Jose State, Tulsa, Washington and Washington State.
Traveling for the Cougars: Coach Walt Williams will be sending a young familiar lineup to the Stanford intercollegiate. The Cougars golfing in California will be sophomores Amy Eneroth and Jessica Black, juniors Brooke Henderson and Tracy Broders, and freshman Diana Hong.
Last Time Out:Edean Ihlanfeldt: Sophomore Amy Eneroth continued her hot streak as she finished in a tie for 17th. Eneroth aided by five birdies, shot a 69 through 18 holes. Her top-25 finish was the ninth of her WSU career. As a team the Cougars carded a team score of 954 (+90) on the par 72 6,130-yard Sahalee Country Club golf course, the Cougars were left in 13th place for the tournament.