The Washington women's golf team is off for a trip of a lifetime to Australia. The Dawgs will take their foreign trip allowed once every four years by the NCAA to the land down under.
Husky senior SooBin Kim entered Friday with a chance to win Stage I at LPGA Q-School. It was not her day, but she still easily advanced to Stage II, along with teammate Jennifer Yang.
Husky senior SooBin Kim continued to go low at Stage I of LPGA Q-School, firing a third round 66 to get within one of the lead.
SooBin Kim continued her outstanding play at Stage I of LPGA Q-School, moving up into a tie for sixth, just two strokes off the lead.
LPGA Q-School is underway with two current Dawgs and three graduates in the field. Washington has been led by senior SooBin Kim so far as she is tied for 12th after a round of 1-under 71.
Two current Huskies and three graduates begin their quest to earn a spot on the LPGA Tour with Q-School beginning Tuesday.
Washington graduate Sadena Parks fired a 5-under 67 and defeated fellow Big Break Florida contestant Jackie Stoelting on the second playoff hole to win her second event in three weeks.
Husky sophomore-to-be Eimi Koga continues to advance at the U.S. Women's Amateur, defeating future teammate Jing Yan, 2 & 1.
The U.S. Women's Amateur continues to have a Husky feel as both Eimi Koga and Jing Yan advanced out of their first round matches.
The Washington women's golf team is well represented this week at the U.S. Women's Amateur at the Nassau Country Club.
It was only a matter of time for Husky alum Sadena Parks. In her last three events before the SEFCU Championship at Capital Hills, she finished T-17, T-11 and solo second.
Incoming freshman Jing Yan finished off an impressive week at the Canadian Amateur, placing tied for fifth.