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Cougs Set for the 2021 Pac-12 Women's Golf Championship this Weekend

Apr 22, 2021

STANFORD, Calif. – The Washington State women's golf team head back down to California this week to participate in the 2021 Pac-12 Conference Women's Golf Championship. The three-day tournament gets underway this Friday, April 23, at the Stanford Golf Course in Stanford, California, and concludes Sunday, April 25.

THE COURSE & TEE-TIMES – The 2021 Pac-12 Women's Golf Championship will take place at the Stanford Golf Course. It is a 6,269-yard course that will be played as a par 71. Teams will play one 18-hole round per day starting this Friday. Washington State will tee-off the first round at 9:20 a.m. PT on Friday. Pairings for the second and third rounds shall be determined by place finish the previous day.

THE LINE UP – Washington State will be bringing three golfers down to Stanford to compete at the 2021 Pac-12 Women's Golf Championship. Redshirt senior Emily Baumgart, along with juniors Amy Chu and Cameron March will be competing for the Pac-12's individual title this weekend.

THE FIELD – Arizona, Arizona State, California, Colorado, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford, Southern Cal, UCLA, Utah and Washington.

LIVE RESULTS – Fans can follow each round of action at the 2021 Pac-12 Women's Golf Championships on Click here for live results.

COACH KAMIMURA ON THIS WEEK'S TOURNAMENT – "We're going to the Pac-12 Championship with only three players due to injuries and some other challenges. We're looking forward at going to the Pac-12 Women's Championship and competing this week. We want to seize every opportunity to compete and I am really proud of the way this team has been there for one another (throughout the season) and go out and compete together."

LAST TIME OUT – The Washington State women's golf team concluded its three-day stay at the Silverado Showdown on April 7, as the Cougars had two golfers collect top-60 finishes.

Junior Amy Chu concluded her tournament by carding 238; +22 to finish in 62nd place on the player leaderboard. Chu rounded out the Silverado Showdown by shooting seven-over par; 79 in the third round.

Redshirt senior Emily Baumgart finished one-stroke behind Chu, as the Walla Walla, Washington native rounded out the Silverado Showdown in a tie for 63rd, finishing the tournament with a score of 239; +23. Baumgart matched Chu's third round score, as the redshirt senior carded seven-over par; 79 in her final 18 holes of play at the Silverado Resort and Spa.

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