Women's Golf Ties For Third at WAC Championships
    In addition to leading Fresno State at the WAC Championships, Jennifer Shipley was named to the second-team all-WAC.
    In addition to leading Fresno State at the WAC Championships, Jennifer Shipley was named to the second-team all-WAC.

    April 26, 2006

    Final Results

    FRESNO, Calif. - Fresno State tied for third place Wednesday at the Western Athletic Conference Women's Golf Championships after shooting rounds of 309-317-313 - 939 at Coyote Creek Golf Course in San Jose, Calif.

    Jennifer Shipley led the way for the Bulldogs, as she acquired her fourth top-10 finish of the year with seventh place. She shot rounds of 77-78-76 for a 231 total, four strokes off individual champion Jenelle Gomez of San Jose State.

    Laura Luethke (77-82-76) and Adrianna Chico (76-80-79) tied for 14th with 235 apiece, and Brittany Cooley (87-77-82) tied for 29th with 246. Taylor Siebert (33rd) registered 79-86-84 - 249.

    San Jose State won the team title with 922 and New Mexico State finished second with 931.

    Also announced today, Luethke was named to the first-team all-WAC and Shipley was selected to the second-team all-WAC.

    "Both Laura and Jennifer had good spring seasons with some very respectable finishes, and are very deserving of the awards they received," said head coach Angie Cates. "For Fresno State to have two golfers named to the all-conference teams, I think it's a good sign of where our program is heading."

    The NCAA Western Regional is scheduled for May 11-13. Fresno State will await word on any possible postseason competition.

     

     

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