Cougs Finish the First Round of the Pac-12 Championship
STANFORD, Calif – The Washington State women's golf team concluded its first day of play at the Pac-12 Women's Golf Championship at the Stanford Golf Course with redshirt senior Emily Baumgart and junior Cameron March tied for 38th on the individual leaderboard.
The Cougars, who are limited to just three golfers at this year's Pac-12 Women's Golf Championship, had a pair of golfers place inside the top-40 on the individual leaderboard after 18 holes of play, as Baumgart and March each carded seven-over par; 78 to end the first round tied for 38th.
Junior Amy Chu posted a first round score of 84 (+13). The Sydney, Australia native heads into Saturday's second round of the Pac-12 Women's Golf Championship in a tie for 51st.
Southern California sits in first place on the team leaderboard after 18 holes of play at the Pac-12 Women's Golf Championship, as the Trojans carded 283 (-1) on Friday. USC's Amelia Garvey and Arizona State's Amanda Linner each sit atop the individual leaderboard heading into the second round, as each golfer each shot four-under par; 67 in the first round.
The second round of the 2021 Pac-12 Women's Golf Championship will take place this Saturday, April 24, at the Stanford Golf Course. Washington State tees off at 9:50 a.m. PT. Fans can follow all the action live on GolfStat.com.
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|Place||Golfer||1st Rd||2nd Rd||3rd Rd||Total|
|T-38th||Emily Baumgart||78 (+7)||--||--||78 (+7)|
|T-38th||Cameron March||78 (+7)||--||--||78 (+7)|
|T-51st||Amy Chu||84 (+13)||--||--||84 (+13)|