Cougs Move Up Two Spots in the Second Round of the Silverado Showdown
NAPA, Calif. – The Washington State women's golf team shaved 11 strokes off its team score in the second round of 2022 Silverado Showdown to move up two spots on the team leaderboard, as the Cougars concluded their day in 14th place after carding 12-over; 300.
The Cougars have two golfers sitting inside the top-25 on the player leaderboard after 36 holes of play at the Silverado Showdown. Senior Darcy Habgood and junior Jiye Ham are tied for 25th, as each WSU golfer has carded 5-over; 149 through two rounds of play.
Habgood shot even-par; 72 in Tuesday's second round to shave five strokes off her first-round score. Ham carded 1-over; 73 in the second round. Ham heads into the tournament's final round having collected the third-most pars, as she has shot even on 27 holes.
Tuesday's performance moved Washington State up two spots on the team leaderboard at the 2022 Silverado Showdown. The Cougars head into the final round with a two-round score of 611 (+35).
San Jose State maintained its lead after two rounds of play at the Silverado Showdown. The Spartans have collected a two-day score of 577 (+1) to hold an eight-stroke lead over Oregon going into the final round. SJSU's Antonia Malate heads into Wednesday's final round with a three-stroke lead for first place over Arizona State's Alessandra Fanali, as she has carded 7-under; 137 through 36 holes of play.
The third round of the 2022 Silverado Showdown is set to tee off at 8 a.m. PT. Fans can follow all the action at GolfStat.com.
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