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Cougs have Two Freshmen in the Top-30 after One Round at the Pac-12 Preview

Nov 1, 2021

KONA, Hawaii – The Washington State women's golf team had two freshmen place inside the top-30 on the player leaderboard to highlight the first day for the Cougars at the 2021 Pac-12 Preview.

A pair of freshmen led the way for WSU in the first round of the 2021 Pac-12 Preview, as Madelyn Gamble sits in a tie for 22nd on the player leaderboard, while Emily Cadwell concluded her first round in a tie for 27th. Gamble led the first round in pars, as she shot even on 15 of her holes played to end her day at 1-over, 74. Meanwhile, Cadwell tied for the team lead in birdies with junior Jiye Ham, as each golfer collected three in the first round. Cadwell ended the first round with a score of 75 (+2).

As a team, Washington State concluded the first round in 10th place. The Cougars shot 13-over, 305 during their first go-around at the Nanea Golf Course in Kaulia-Kona, Hawaii. WSU currently leads the tournament in pars, as the Cougs have shot even on 56 of their holes.

Senior Darcy Habgood will open Tuesday's second round in a tie for 38th on the player leaderboard after shooting 4-over, 77 in the first round. Jiye Ham followed Habgood, as she begins the second round in 53rd on the player leaderboard, while senior Amy Chu opens the round in 59th place.

Top-ranked Stanford sits atop the team leaderboard after one day at the 2021 Pac-12 Preview. The Cardinal have carded 4-under par, 288 through 18 holes of play. Southern Cal's Katherine Muzi ended the first round in first place on the individual leaderboard after shooting 5-under, 68 on Monday.

The second round of the 2021 Pac-12 Preview gets underway this Tuesday, Nov. 2, at the Nanea Golf Club. Teams will open the round with a shotgun start at 8:30 p.m. PT. Fans can follow all the action at the 2021 Pac-12 Preview via

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