Women’s golf struggles in Silverado Showdown

Two days of competing leads Cougars to finish with score of 305(+17)



This is a scorecard showing the second round of the Silverado Showdown on Monday.

SIGMUND SEROKA, Evergreen reporter

WSU women’s golf competed at the Silverado Showdown in Napa, California, hosted by Colorado and Oregon from Sunday to Tuesday.

After the first day, the Cougars earned a final score of 305 (+17) to tie for 15th with Colorado State. Leading the teams is San Jose State with a stroke count of 289 (+1).

Senior Madison Odiorne led the way for the Cougars at the end of the round on Sunday with a card of 73 (+1) to tie for an individual place of 15th.

Freshman Amy Chu and junior Marie Lund-Hansen both scored 77 (+5) while their freshman teammate Darcy Habgood earned 78 (+6).

Monday concluded the second round of the Showdown where WSU finished with a total score of 617 (+41), dropping to 16th out of 18.

Still in a strong lead among the Cougars is Odiorne who ended day two with a 77 (+5) card that moved her to tie for 26th place and post a total score of 150 (+6).

Lund-Hansen improved on her second round as she scored 75 (+3) moving up to a tie for 37th place and a score of 152 (+8), only two strokes behind her teammate Odiorne.

Chu however had a rough day on the course as she carded 79 (+7) and a total score of 156 (+12), dropping her eight spots to tie for 66th.

The last two Cougars to finish on the day are Habgood 159 (+15) for a 79th place tie and redshirt sophomore Emily Baumgart who finished with 162 (+12), resulting in 87th place.

The Silverado Showdown concludes after today’s round results at the Silverado Resort and Spa in Napa, California.