Women's Golf Wraps Up Play at the Westbrook Invitational
PEORIA, Ariz. – Junior Jiye Ham and freshman Jinyu Wu led the way for the Washington State women's golf team in the Cougars' first tournament of the spring, as both golfers finished the Westbrook Invitational in a tie for 23rd after carding 2-over; 218.
As a team, Washington State concluded the Westbrook Invitational in 12th place. The Cougars shot 13-over par; 877 over three rounds of play at the Westbrook Village Golf Club in Peoria, Arizona. WSU ended the tournament by shooting 302 (+14) in the third round.
Wu got her WSU career started with a top-25 finish, as the redshirt freshman carded 2-over; 218 in her first tournament with the Cougs. Wu shot under par in the first two rounds, as she went 70-71 through 36 holes of play.
Meanwhile, Ham also opened the spring by placing inside the top-25 on the player leaderboard. The junior matched Wu's three-round score, as Ham shot 3-over par; 75 in her final round at the Westbrook Invitational.
Mississippi State captured the team title at the Westbrook Invitational with a score of 851 (-13). MSU's Julia Lopez Ramirez won the individual title by carding 11-under; 205.
The Washington State women's golf team returns to action next week, as the Cougars head to the Golden State to play in the Juli Inkster Meadow Club Collegiate. The tournament will run from March 7-8 at the Meadow Club Golf Course in Fairfax, California.
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