PAC-12 CHAMPIONSHIPS BULLET POINTS
• Event: Pac-12 Championships
• Dates: Friday through Sunday, April 27-29, 2012
• Location: Palouse Ridge Golf Club, Pullman, Wash.
• Par: 72, 7,308-yard
• Host: Washington State University ( www.wsucougars.com )
• Format: 54- hole tournament- 18 holes each of the three days
• Participants (2012 Golfstat rankings): UCLA (1), USC (3), Arizona State (5), Colorado (12), California (13), Arizona (17), Oregon (21), Washington (26), Stanford (40), Oregon State (53), Washington State (77)
• Oregon Ducks Competing: Cassy Isagawa, Cheyenne Hickle, Cali Hipp, Raphaela Dyer, Ashley Edwards
• Tee Times: Fri. (4/27) 8:30 a.m. (PST) tee time, Sat. (4/28) 8:30 a.m. (PST) tee time, Sun. (4/29) 8:00am (PST) tee time.
• Results Live: golfstat.com
• Results Link: http://www.golfstatresults.com/public/index.cfm?tournament_id=3278
EUGENE, Ore. - The 21st-ranked University of Oregon women’s golf team heads to Pullman, Wash. to start off the 2012 postseason in the Pac-12 Championships. Play begins Friday, April 27th at 8:30am, with UO teeing off at 9:50am and will continue through Sunday, April 29th at the Palouse Ridge Golf Club.
The Ducks will compete in this three-day 54-hole event, hosted by Washington State University. The 11-team field consists of seven teams that rank among Golfstat’s top 25, including three schools ranked in the top 10. Five of the top 10 individuals play in the Pac-12, including Oregon’s own freshman, Cassy Isagawa. Isagawa has earned top-10 finishes in all of the Ducks’ five tournaments this spring.
Last year’s champion, USC will compete as the number two seed of the tournament. USC”s sophomore Sophia Popov and UCLA’s junior TIffany Lua tied for medalist honors, with Popov taking first in extra rounds. Defending NCAA champion and top-ranked UCLA earned the first place seed. The University of Oregon goes into the event as the seventh seed, facing off against fifth seeded University of California on Friday morning.
Oregon looks to improve from last weeks eighth place finish at the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate in Half Moon Bay to give them a boost into the postseason. Isagawa cruised to a five-under 67 in the final round of the event, finishing in a tie for fifth place overall.