April 7, 2007
The Eastern Washington University women's golf team concluded its 2006-07 regular season on Saturday (April 6) with a 13th-place finish at the Peg Barnard California Collegiate, hosted by Stanford University at the Stanford Golf Course.
The top finishers for Eastern were Chloe Nelson and Sheena Prante, as the two tied for the 54th spot with a score of 159. Nelson shot 77-82 over the two rounds, while Prante shot 81-78. This tournament marked the first time this year that Prante had led or tied for the team's top spot.
Chelsey Lollar was next on the leader board for the Eagles, coming in 64th with a 168 (83-85). She was followed by Katie Kofmehl and Marli Mikulecky, as the two shot 173 (88-85) and 182 (85-97), respectively. Kofmehl placed 66th, while Mikulecky was 68th.
As a team, Eastern shot a 656 (326-330) over the weekend.
The only other Big Sky Conference school participating was Portland State, and the Vikings finished in a tie for 10th place with a 620 (313-307). Washington State was the lone other Inland Northwest squad to compete, and WSU placed seventh after shooting a 594 (307-287).
Eastern Washington will wrap up its season from April 16-18 at the Big Sky Conference Championship, which will be hosted by the Palm Valley Golf Club in Goodyear, Ariz., 20 miles west of Phoenix. The Eagles will enter the tournament with a 17-4 record versus Big Sky schools.