Lund-Hansen and Chu Look to Defend their Title at the Meadow Club Invitational
FAIRFAX, Calif. – The Washington State women's golf team heads down to the Golden State to participate in its third tournament of the spring, as the Cougars will play in the 2021 Meadow Club Invitational, hosted by both San Francisco and San Jose State. The first two rounds of play will take place this Monday, March 8, while the tournament's final round will be held on Tuesday, March 9.
Fifth-year senior Marie Lund-Hansen and junior Amy Chu head into this play this week as the defending individual champions at Meadow Club Invitational. The WSU duo shared last year's tournament title by carding 214 (-2) over their three rounds. Washington State will be hoping for a repeat performance at the Meadow Club Invitational this week, as the Cougars earned a second-place finish at this tournament a year ago with a score of 877 (+13).
The Course and Tee-Times – The Meadow Club Invitational will take place at the Meadow Club Golf Club in Fairfax, California. It is a 6,557-yard, par-72 course. The first and second rounds will tee-off Monday at 7:10 a.m. PT, while Tuesday's third round will start at 7:30 a.m. PT.
The Lineup - The Cougars will have fifth-year senior Marie Lund-Hansen in the No. 1 spot this week. She will be followed by sophomore Jiye Ham and junior Amy Chu at No. 2 and No. 3 in the lineup, respectively. Junior Cameron March s slotted in at No. 4 in the WSU lineup, while redshirt senior Emily Baumgart will make her 2021 spring debut at the No. 5.
The Field – The 13-team field at this week's Meadow Club Invitational consists of No. 11 Stanford, California, Washington and Washington State out of the Pac-12 Conference. While BYU, Cal Poly, Fresno State, Pepperdine, Sacramento State, San Diego State, San Francisco and San Jose State round out the field.
Live Results – Fans can follow the Meadow Club Invitational on GolfStat.com.
Head Coach Kelli Kamimura on this week's tournament - "We are excited to compete this week at Meadow Club. It is an event we look forward to every year, and was the last event we competed in before our season was canceled last year due to COVID-19. We have been working through a few injuries the last few weeks and prepping our short game for the big greens at Meadow Club. We are all looking forward to competing again and are ready to get back on the road."
The Last Time Out - The Washington State women's golf team concluded the Sun Devil Winter Classic in a tie for ninth place, as the Cougars finished their second tournament of the spring with a score of 910 (+46).
Fifth-year senior Marie Lund-Hansen rounded out the Sun Devil Winter Classic in a tie for 11th on the player leaderboard. The Aabenraa, Denmark native carded one-over par for the third-straight round on Wednesday, Feb. 17, at the Talking Stick Golf Club. Lund-Hansen concluded the tournament with a score of 219 (+3).
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