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Cougs Complete Day One at the ASU PING Invitational

Mar 26, 2021

PHOENIX – Fifth-year senior Marie Lund-Hansen shot an even par; 72 in the first round of the Arizona State PING Invitational to lead the Washington State women's golf team after 18 holes of play at the Papago Golf Course on Friday, March 26.

Lund-Hansen will open Saturday's (March 27) second round in a tie for 14th on the player leaderboard after carding 72 (E) in the tournament's opening round. The fifth-year senior opened her tournament by collecting three birdies in the first round.

The Cougars ended the first day of the ASU PING Invitational in 13th on the team leaderboard after shooting 10-over-par; 298 in the first round.

Sophomore Jiye Ham will start Saturday's second round in a tie for 26th after carding one-over; 73 in the first round. Junior Amy Chu heads into tomorrow two-strokes off Ham's score, as she will open the second round in a tie for 47th on the player leaderboard. Ham and Chu each carded three birdies over their first 18 holes of play at the Papago Golf Course.

Stanford holds a one-stroke lead over host Arizona State for first place after 18 holes of play, as the Cardinal shot four-under par; 284 in the first round. Stanford's Rachel Heck carded five-under par; 67, and she enters the second round with a one-stroke lead over Arizona State's Linn Grant.

Tee-time for the second round of the ASU PING Invitational is set for 8 a.m. PT this Saturday. Fans can follow live results by clicking the link here.

Place  Golfer 1st Rd 2nd Rd 3rd Rd Total
T-14th  Marie Lund-Hansen 72 (E) -- -- 72 (E)
T-26th  Jiye Ham 73 (+1) -- -- 73 (+1)
T-47th  Amy Chu 75 (+3) -- -- 75 (+3)
T-71st  Emily Baumgart 78 (+6) -- -- 78 (+6)
T-78th  Cameron March 80 (+8) -- -- 80 (+8)
13th   Team Score 298 (+10) -- -- 298 (+10)