Women's Golf Tees Off At Red Rocks Invitational
Feb. 28, 2007
What's Happening This Week: The Washington State Women's golf team heads to Arizona to tee up against tough competition in the Red Rocks Invitational in Sedona, Ariz., held at the par-72 Oakcreek Country Club and carry for 6,089 yards...the two-day tournament will begin Saturday, March 3, with a shotgun start at 12:30 p.m. and will end the following day on Sunday, March 4, with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m.
The Field: The 17-team field will include: Drake, Eastern Michigan, Gonzaga, Michigan, Montana, Montana State, Nebraska, Northern Arizona, Northwestern, Portland, Portland State, UCRiverside, Utah Valley, Western Michigan, Wyoming, William and Mary, and Washington State.
Head Coach Walt Williams On The Field: 'We have been working hard and moving up in the rankings and all of them played well in Florida. I fully expect for us to play well again this week in Arizona.'
Cougars Heat Up In Florida Competition: On Feb. 21 the Cougar women's golf team won the Pat Bradley Golf Championship in Kendall, Fla. The Cougars shot the first sub-300 round of the competition and went on to produce a five-shot team victory over host Florida International. As a team the Cougars shot a 912 collectively, putting them ahead of Florida International who shot a 917. The Cougars had three women finish in the top-10, including sophomore Amy Eneroth, junior Broke Henderson, and junior Tracy Broders.