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Cougs Head to Napa for the Silverado Showdown

Apr 1, 2022

NAPA, Calif. – The Washington State women's golf team gets a final tune-up for postseason play, as the Cougars head to Northern California to compete in the 2022 Silverado Showdown. The three-day tournament gets underway Monday, April 4, and concludes Wednesday, April 6 at the Silverado Resort and Spa Golf Course in Napa, California.

The Course and Tournament Format
The 2022 Silverado Showdown will run from April 4-6 at the Silverado Resort and Spa Golf Course, a par-72, 6,192-yard course. Each day will feature one 18-hole round. Each round will feature a shotgun start, with the first two rounds teeing off at 7:45 a.m. PT, while Wednesday's third round will get underway at 8 a.m. PT.

The Line-Up
1) Jinyu Wu 2) Jiye Ham 3) Sarah Skovgaard-Bils 4) Darcy Habgood 5) Madelyn Gamble

The Field
Along with Washington State, the 2022 Silverado Showdown will be feature Arizona, Arizona State, Brigham Young, California, Iowa State, Northwestern, Oregon, Oregon State, San Jose State, Texas A&M, TCU, UCLA, Washington, and Southern California.

Live Results
Fans can follow all the action at the 2022 Silverado Showdown at

WSU Women's Golf Head Coach Kelli Kamimura on the Silverado Showdown
"We are looking forward to heading to Napa for the Chevron Silverado Showdown. This is a premiere event with one of the best fields in the country. We are excited to get back out on the road and compete. Our goal is to keep our focus on getting one day better every day and build momentum as we head into the postseason."

Last Time Out
The Washington State women's golf team had three golfers finish in a tie for 18th on the player leaderboard at the 2022 Fresno State Classic, as the Cougars concluded the tournament in a tie for seventh with a three-round score of 893 (+29).

Junior Jiye Ham, redshirt freshman Jinyu Wu and freshman Sarah Skovgaard-Bils each carded 6-over par; 222 during their third-round stay at the Belmont Country Club to finish tied for 18th. It is Wu's third-straight top-25 finish to open the spring, while it is Ham's second time placing inside the top-25 in a spring tournament. It is also Skovgaard-Bils' first top-20 finish in her WSU career.

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