Women's Golf to Compete in Pacific-10 Conference Championships
April 22, 2009
What's Happening This Week: The Washington State women's golf team will travel to Stanford, Calif., to compete in the 23rd annual Pacific-10 Conference Women's Golf Championship presented by Duramed...the three-day, 54-hole tournament will begin Friday, April 24, at the par-71, 6,117-yard Stanford Golf Course...live scoring for each round will be posted at www.golfstat.com.
The Field: The Cougars will face the most difficult field of the year, with half of the conference ranked in the top 25...WSU will go head-to-head with No. 1 Arizona State, No. 2 UCLA, No. 3 USC, No. 21 Arizona and No. 24 Stanford...the tournament also pairs the Cougars with No. 26 California, No. 36 Oregon, No. 40 Washington and Oregon State (rankings according to Golfweek).
Last Time at the Pac-10 Championships: The WSU women finished eighth at this tournament last year, posting a three-round total of 932...Eneroth led the way for the Cougars and finished in a tie for 22nd by carding a 229 (+16).
Last Time Out: The Cougars are coming off a solid performance at the Canes & Cardinal Classic in Miami Lakes, Fla., where they finished in a tie for second...all five players finished in the top 25 for the second time this season...Eneroth was the top competitor for the team and finished ninth, notching the 20th top-10 finish of her career.