Cougs End the 2021 Spring Season at the Pac-12 Women's Golf Championship
STANFORD, Calif – The 2021 Washington State women's golf season came to a close on Sunday, April 25, as the Cougars concluded their three-day stay at the Pac-12 Women's Golf Championship.
Redshirt senior Emily Baumgart posted the best finish out of the three Cougar golfers competing at this weekend's Pac-12 Women's Golf Championship, as the Walla Walla, Washington native ended her weekend in a tie for 42nd on the individual leaderboard. Baumgart carded three-over par; 74 in Sunday's third round to end her tournament with a score of 230 (+17). WSU was limited to only three golfers at the 2021 Pac-12 Women's Golf Championship due to injuries.
Junior Amy Chu finished the Pac-12 Women's Golf Championship in 51st place after carding seven-over par; 78 in the third round. Junior Cameron March rounded out her weekend at the Stanford Golf Course by posting a score of 82 (+11) in the third round. The Los Angeles native finished the Pac-12 Tournament in 52nd place on the individual leaderboard.
Southern California captured the 2021 Pac-12 women's golf team championship after carding three-under par; 849 on the weekend. Stanford's Rachel Heck collected the tournament's individual championship, as she carded seven-under par; 206.
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|Place||Golfer||1st Rd||2nd Rd||3rd Rd||Total|
|T-42nd||Emily Baumgart||78 (+7)||78 (+7)||74 (+3)||230 (+17)|
|51st||Amy Chu||84 (+13)||75 (+4)||78 (+7)||237 (+24)|
|52nd||Cameron March||78 (+7)||85 (+14)||82 (+11)||245 (+32)|