No. 7 Washington is right in the thick of the Pac-12 Championships after round one, finishing with a 5-over 289 to sit in fourth place just five shots off the lead.
The Huskies enter the Pac-12 Championship looking for the first conference title in school history. The Dawgs are coming into the tournament after perhaps the best regular season in school history.
The second-ranked Dawgs came into the PING/ASU Invitational having won three-straight tournaments, but it was not their week this time, finishing 14th against a loaded field at the Karsten Golf Course
No. 2 Washington dropped a few spots on the leaderboard on Saturday, shooting a second round of 5-over 293.
No. 2 Washington is underway at the PING/ASU Invitational, sitting in the middle of the pack against one of the top fields of the season.
UW looks for its fourth-straight tournament win and seventh of the season against perhaps the best field in the country this year at the PING/ASU Invitational this weekend at the Karsten Golf Course.
Washington senior Jennifer Yang was named the Pac-12 Golfer of the Month for March after leading the Huskies to a pair of tournament titles and earning her first collegiate win.
No. 1 Washington made it six tournament victories on the season, dominating the field at the Bay Area Intercollegiate.
No. 1 Washington just keeps rolling along. Monday, the Dawgs played 36 holes to open the Bay Area Intercollegiate at 13-under-par to take an 11-stroke lead.
No. 1 Washington looks to stay hot at the ingural Bay Area Intercollegiate, facing a 13-team field at the Meadow Club.
UW proved once again the reason for its lofty national ranking. The Dawgs recorded their fifth win of the season as they captured the Bruin/Wave Invitational played at the El Caballero Country Club.
No. 1 Washington is in the lead again, building a 12-stroke margin when play was suspended on Monday at the Bruin/Wave Invitational.