W. Golf - Archives 2016-17
Women's golf got top-10 finishes from Yen Ting Wong and Ellen Brantberg, leading the Redhawks to a second place team finish.
Ellen Brantberg placed second overall at the Red Rocks Invitational in Sedona, Ariz.
The Redhawks won the tie breaker to earn the team title at the Red Rocks Invitational hosted by Northern Arizona.
Women's golf opened the spring season with an 11th-place finish at the Battle at the Rock Tournament in Riverside, Calif.
The quintet includes Kimberlee Tottori (Las Vegas), Anne Transier (Prescott Vally, Ariz.), Nicole Foster (Los Gatos, Calif.), Vendela From (Stockholm, Sweden) and Keisha Lugito (Walnut, Calif.).
Senior Ellen Brantberg shot a two-under 70 in the final round of the Pat Lesser-Harbottle Invitational Tuesday at the Tacoma Country & Golf Club as women's golf finished ninth overall.
Led by undefeated play from senior Dorsey Addicks and sophomore Yen Ting Wong, Seattle University women's golf went 2-1 in three head-to-heads at the Gonzaga Bulldogs Match Play Championship.
Behind top 10 individual finishes from sophomores Linette Chua and Yen Ting Wong, Seattle University women's golf placed fourth overall at the Rose City Collegiate at the Langdon Farms Golf Club.
Senior Dorsey Addicks shot a three-round score of 222 to finishing tied for 15th place overall as the Seattle University women's golf team placed sixth in the 10-team field at the WSU Cougar Cup.
Catching up with head golf coach Marc Chandonnet
The Redhawks each host their respective annual tournaments while playing spectacular courses across the nation.
The duo were named WGCA Scholar All-Americans by the association.