Cougs Card Even Par Through 18 Holes at Golfweek Red Sky Classic
WOLCOTT, Colo. – The Washington State women's golf team shot an even par; 288 in the first round of the Golfweek Red Sky Classic Monday, Sept. 27, as the Cougars ended the opening day at the Red Sky Golf Club in Wolcott, Colorado sitting in a three-way tie for eighth place with Rutgers and Delaware.
Senior Darcy Habgood led the way for WSU on the first day of the Golfweek Red Sky Classic, as the Australian native shot one-under par; 71. Habgood will open Tuesday's second round in a tie for 24th on the player leaderboard.
Freshman Madelyn Gamble and senior Amy Chu each carded an even par; 72 in the first round to end their day in a tie for 37th. Gamble was one of two WSU golfers to collect four birdies in Monday's first round, as fellow freshman Emily Cadwell ended her day by posting a birdie on four of her last five holes. Cadwell and junior Jiye Ham concluded the first round of the Golfweek Red Sky Classic in a tie for 42nd, as each golfer carded one-over par; 73.
Northern Arizona and East Tennessee State each sit in a tie for first place after 18 holes of play at the Golfweek Red Sky Classic. Each team carded nine-under par; 279 in the first round. BYU's Kerstin Fotu and Denver's Anna Catherine Krekling share the top spot on the player leaderboard after 18 holes of play, as each golfer posted a first round score of 66 (-6).
Washington State's second round tee-time is set for 9:40 a.m. PT. Fans can follow live results at the Golfweek Red Sky Classic at Golfstat.com.
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