Huskies Finish 14th At PING/ASU Invitational

April 1, 2007

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TEMPE, Ariz. - Washington senior Amber Prange equaled her career-best with a 69 in the final round of the PING/ASU Invitational, Sunday, leading the Huskies to a 14th place finish at the three-day tournament. UW shot 19-over 307 in the final round and 63-over 927 overall.

Prange, who has carded rounds of 69 three previous times in her UW career, moved up 10 spots in the individual standings on Sunday to finish 14th at 1-over 217. The 54-hole score also equals her career-low previously set at the 2003 Stanford Intercollegiate and the 2006 Wildcat Invitational.

Prange continued to improve her scores through the event, shooting 5-over 77 and 1-under 71 before a season-low 3-under 69 in today's final round. Prange tallied four birdies and one bogey on the day. The last time Prange shot a 69 was at last season's NCAA West Regional. She also carded back-to-back 69's at the 2003 Stanford Intercollegiate.

Host Arizona State ran away with its own tournament title, winning by 22 strokes. ASU set a tournament record with its 54-hole score of 13-under 851. Medalist Anna Nordqvist, a Sun Devil freshman, also set an individual tournament record with her 54-hole score of 10-under 206 (69-68-69). UCLA finished second (9-over 873) and Texas A&M ended third (10-over 874).

UW freshman Molly Aronsson shot 6-over 78 in the final round to finish the tournament tied for 68th at 20-over 236. Also scoring for the Huskies were redshirt-freshman Molly Boyle (t-70th, 21-over 237) and junior Kim Shin ( t-76th, 23-over 239). Freshman Christina Yoon tied for 84th at 27-over 243.

The Huskies will return to the links when they play host to the Pac-10 Championships at Broadmoor Golf Club in Seattle, April 23-25.

PING/ASU Invitational
Karsten Golf Course
Par 72, 6230-yards
March 30-April 1, 2007

Team Results - Final1. Arizona State			285-280-286-851, -132. UCLA				301-283-289-873, +93. Texas A&M			294-289-291-874, +104. Vanderbilt				291-290-294-875, +115. Pepperdine				290-301-286-877, +136. Oklahoma State			290-301-297-888, +246. Arizona				297-297-294-888, +246. Stanford				298-291-299-888, +249. New Mexico			299-297-299-895, +319. USC					306-298-291-895, +3111. UNLV				300-306-310-916, +5212. Tulsa				305-305-310-920, +5613. Oregon State			307-309-305-921, +5714. Washington			307-313-307-927, +6315. California				308-312-308-928, +6415. Missouri				310-309-309-928, +6417. Long Beach State			314-320-317-951, +87

Top-10 Individuals 1. Anna Nordqvist, Arizona State 69-68-69-206, -102. Mari Chun, Stanford 71-66-71-208, -83. Pernilla Lindberg, Oklahoma St. 68-71-70-209, -74. Jennifer Osborn, Arizona State 70-66-75-211, -54. Jacqui Concolino, Vanderbilt 69-71-71-211, -56. Kay Hoey, Long Beach State 73-69-70-212, -46. Ryann O'Toole, UCLA 73-67-72-212, -48. Jayvie Agoyo, Pepperdine 70-74-69-213, -39. Jodi Ewart, New Mexico 71-71-72-214, -210. Seema Sadeka, UNLV 72-69-74-215, -1

UW Results14. Amber Prange 77-71-69-217, +1T68. Molly Aronsson 79-79-78-236, +20T70. Molly Boyle 75-82-80-237, +21T76. Kim Shin 77-82-80-239, +23T84. Christina Yoon 78-81-84-243, +27

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