Wu Tied for Ninth at the Pac-12 Championships at the End of Round One
EUGENE, Ore. – Washington State women's golf redshirt freshman Jinyu Wu finished her first round at the 2022 Pac-12 Women's Golf Championships placed inside the top-10 on the player leaderboard, as Wu carded 1-over; 73 through her first 18 holes of play at the Eugene Country Club to end the day tied for ninth.
Wu was consistent throughout the first round, as she shot even par on 11 holes in the first round and tied with junior Jiye Ham for the team lead for most birdies in the opening round with three. Wu opens Tuesday's second round just three strokes shy of first place.
The Cougars ended the first round of the 2022 Pac-12 Women's Golf Championships tied for ninth with Arizona. Washington State carded 17-over; 305 in the tournament's opening round.
Senior Darcy Habgood also ended her first day at the Pac-12 Championships inside the top-30 on the player leaderboard, ending the opening round tied for 26th. Habgood shot 3-over; 75 through her first 18 holes of play at the Eugene Country Club.
No. 1-ranked Stanford holds a two-stroke lead over Southern California at the end of the first round. The Cardinal posted a team score of 290 (+2) in the tournament's opening round. Southern California's Brianna Navarrosa sits atop the player leaderboard after carding 2-under; 70 in the first round.
Washington State opens the second round of the 2022 Pac-12 Women's Golf Championships this Tuesday, April 19. The Cougars are set to tee off at 10:05 a.m. PT. Fans can follow live results via GolfStat.com
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