Golf takes 14th in tourney

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COURTESY OF WSU ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

COURTESY OF WSU ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

COURTESY OF WSU ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

KATIE ARCHER, Evergreen reporter

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WSU women’s golf competed Friday through Sunday in the Stanford Intercollegiate in Stanford, California. WSU tied for 14th place with the University of Denver with a score of 902 (+50).

Senior Madison Odiorne finished first for the Cougars tied for 36th overall with a score of 219 (+6). Odiorne led the team in all three rounds. Junior Marie Lund-Hansen tied for 42nd place with a score of 221 (+8).

After recording a score of 76 and 74 in the first and second rounds, freshman Amy Chu finished 77th with a score of 234 (+21) after going 13 over par in the third round. Junior Elodie Bridenne tied for 80th (+23) with a score of 236.

After going 16 over par in the first round, redshirt sophomore Emily Baumgart scored a 73 (+2) in the second round and 78 (+7) in the third. Baumgart tied for 84th with a score of 238 (+25).

After the first round, the Cougars were in 16th place with a score of 304 (+20). After the second round the team had improved to 15th place with a score of 292 (+8). In the last round the team moved up to 14th place with a score 306 (+22).

No. 3 University of Southern California won the Stanford Intercollegiate with a score of 837 (-15) and led all three rounds of the tournament.

The Cougars faced many high-ranked teams at the Stanford Intercollegiate. Of the 17 teams that competed, seven were ranked in the top 25.

The Cougars will be back in action Nov. 5 competing in Kailua Kona, Hawaii, for the Nanea Pac-12 Preview.