Good and Bad for Wyoming Women's Golf at Duck Invite

March 24, 2008

EUGENE, Ore. -

Complete Results

It was two extremes for the Wyoming Cowgirl golf team on Monday at the Oregon Duck Invitational in Eugene, Ore. UW opened the day with their best round of the spring, a score of 308 (+20) in the morning, and then closed the day with their worst round of the spring, a mark of 325 (+37).

Wyoming's 36-hole total of 633 (+57) is good for ninth place out of 15 teams with one round remaining to be played on Tuesday morning.

Event-host Oregon, who is ranked No. 45 in the country, leads the field with their two-round mark of 606 (+30). UC Davis is only one stroke back in second place at 607 (+31). The top two are followed by a trio of Pac 10 schools; Washington State (612), as well as Washington and No. 16 ranked Cal (615).

Wyoming was led by senior Laura Mengelkamp who recorded two solid rounds, 76 (+4) and 79 (+7), and is in a tie for 22nd place out of 81 golfers. Mengelkamp totaled 155 (+11), a mere four strokes out of the top-ten.

UW sophomore Jonelle Martinez shot her season-best round of 74 (+2) in the morning, and has a 36-hole tally of 156 (+12). Only one stroke back of her is fellow second-year Cowgirl golfer Sarah Fogerty at 157 (+13). She scored 78 (+6) and 79 on Monday. Martinez is tied for 29th place, while Fogerty is tied for 31st.

Oregon's Kendra Little is atop the individual leaderboard at 143 (-1). Washington State's Amy Eneroth is second with even-par 144, while her teammate Jessica Black is third at 147 (+3).

The 54-hole event is being played at the Eugene Country Club, which measures 6,052 yards and is par 72.