Pullman, Wash. – The Eastern Washington University golf team traveled to Pullman for its second tournament of the season earlier this week, concluding play at the two-day Cougar Cup yesterday, Sept. 22. The WSU Cougar Cup was held on the Palouse Ridge Golf Club, with a 6,200 yard track played at par 72.
As a team the Eagles shot 923 (314-305-304) over three rounds, good for 9th overall. They were led by the performances of senior Marissa Borja (76-79-74) and junior Hannah Kim (78-74-77), who shot 229, respectively, tying for 32nd. They also shot for Eastern's lowest single round total of 74, two-over par. Just one stroke above them was freshman Kirsten Ishikawa, shooting a 230 (78-75-77) and tying for 36th in her second tournament for the Eagles.
Placing first in the tournament were the hosts, Washington State, shooting for a team total of 866 (295-286-285). The Eagles also found themselves placing ahead of fellow Big Sky conference opponent Montana.
Next up on the schedule for the team will be the Rose City Collegiate down in Aurora, Oregon on Monday, Sept. 28 through the 29th.