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Women’s golf closes out season at Pac-12 Championships

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Senior Bree Wanderscheid holds her swing as she focuses on the ball soaring down the course.

Senior Bree Wanderscheid holds her swing as she focuses on the ball soaring down the course.

COURTESY OF WSU ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

COURTESY OF WSU ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

Senior Bree Wanderscheid holds her swing as she focuses on the ball soaring down the course.

COLIN CONNOLLY, Evergreen reporter

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WSU women’s golf finished the Pac-12 Championships at the Broadmoor Golf Club on Tuesday in a tie for eighth place with University of Oregon.

The Cougars shot their best score of the tournament in the last round. They posted a 297 (+9) in the third and final round, bringing their total score to an 896 (+32).

This score put WSU 36 strokes behind the Pac-12 Champion University of California, Los Angeles, who shot an 860 (-4) for the tournament. The Bruins finished 12 shots higher than second place University of Southern California 872 (+8).

Individually, the Cougars had two top-20 finishers, junior Madison Odiorne and senior Bree Wanderscheid.

After two consecutive days of being one-under-par, Odiorne fell to 20th place after shooting a 79 (+7) in the final round.

Wanderscheid was the Cougars top finisher, ending the tournament in 15th place with a score of 220 (+4) after shooting a 71 (-1) Tuesday, her best round of the tournament.

Senior Alivia Brown and sophomore Marie Lund-Hansen also posted their best scores of the championship in the third round. Brown shot a 75 (+3) to finish in a tie for 31st place and Lund-Hansen shot a 72 (E) to place 34th.

Redshirt freshman Emily Baumgart shot an 87 (+15) to round out her final day of the Pac-12 Championship.

The Pac-12 Championships brought an end to WSU’s season, but some Cougars may still get a chance to play in the Women’s Golf Championship. Participants for that tournament will be announced Wednesday.

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