SAMMAMISH, WASH. – With only seven days between tournaments, Seattle U women’s golf played hard but struggled at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational, which took place at the Sahalee Country Club in Sammamish, Wash., from Oct. 9-10.

The hosting University of Washington roared ahead almost instantly and never looked back, leading second-place Oregon State University by 24 strokes. Seattle U finished in 11th place as a team, with a total score of 68 over par. Junior Krystal Hu continued her streak of leading the team, posting rounds of 75, 77 and 78 and finishing 14 over par. She was closely followed by sophomore Nicole Foster (80-75-77), who ended the tournament just two strokes behind Hu, and sophomore Kimberlee Tottori (77-75-81), who finished with 17-over. Sophomore Keisha Lugito (79-79-80) had a total score of 21 over par, while redshirt junior Linette Chua posted rounds of 80, 81 and 81 for a final of 26-over.

Three Redhawks competed as individuals in the tournament. Sophomore Vendela From scored rounds of 79, 82 and 83 for a total of 28 over par. Senior Yen Ting Wong finished a stroke behind, with rounds of 85, 79 and 81, while sophomore Anne Transier (88-86-86) rounded things out at 44-over.

The team has a quick turnaround once again as Seattle U hosts the fifth annual Pat Lesser Harbottle Invitational, named for Seattle U Hall of Fame member Pat Lesser, from Oct. 15-16 at the Tacoma Golf and Country Club in Tacoma, Wash.