Women’s golf finishes season at Pac-12 championships

Cougars drop to eight in final day of tournament, Chu tied for 18th place


This is a scorecard showing the results of the final round of the Pac-12 Championships on Wednesday.

SIGMUND SEROKA , Evergreen reporter

WSU women’s golf completed the final day of the Pac-12 Championships in eighth place with a total of 903 (+51) Wednesday afternoon.

During the tournament, the Cougars consistently stayed around seventh and eighth place.

Southern California won the 2019 women’s golf Pac-12 Championships with a score of 851 (-1). Arizona took second, posting a score of 862 (+10).

The standout performance this tournament came from freshman Amy Chu as she led the way for the Cougars completing the third round at 77 (+6). This gave her a final carded score of 220 (+7), putting her in a tie for 18th place.

Freshman Darcy Habgood and junior Marie Lund-Hansen showed strong performances for the Cougars and tied for 30th with a total card of 225 (+12).

Rounding out the group for the Cougars were redshirt sophomore Emily Baumgart and senior Madison Odiorne.

Baumgart posted a final score of 240 (+27) to place 51st after she began tied for 44th.

Just behind Baumgart was Odiorne at 53rd, just one spot lower than where she began, with a score of 243 (+30).

The end of the championships also marked the end of the Cougars 2018-19 women’s golf season.