Ray plays well for Eagles, shoots a 159 and finishes in a 36th-place tie
The Eastern Washington University women's golf team placed 15th at the Lamkin Grip/Cal Poly Invitational in its final tournament of the fall season. The two-day event, hosted by Cypress Ridge Golf Course in Arroyo Grande, Calif., wrapped up on Monday (Nov. 2).
Kylie Ray had the best showing for an Eagle golfer, tying for 36th place in the 89-player field. She shot a 159 in two rounds of play (81-78). Next up for the Eagles was Kellie Holmstedt, as she carded a 167 (81-86) to finish in a 68th-place stalemate.
Dana Stapleton was tied for 77th after recording a 170 (85-85). She was followed by Jayme Carbon's 172 (89-83), good for a tie for 80th place and Morgan Lee's 85th-place showing, as she had a 175 (82-93) at the event.
Cal State Northridge took home the team crown, while Matador Ashlee Nagamine was the individual title winner.
The Eagles now look ahead to the commencement of the spring season, which will take place on March 1. On that date, Eastern will start a two-day tournament, the Fresno State Lexus Invitational. That event will be hosted by Cooper River Country Club in Fresno, Calif.