PULLMAN, Wash. – Seattle University women’s golf opened its fall slate with action at the challenging 2019 Cougar Cup, hosted by Washington State. The Redhawks went up against a strong field and placed 15th across three rounds at Palouse Ridge.

"This is one of the strongest fields we've ever competed against," said Coach Marc Chandonnet. "It was a great learning experience for us to see what a potential NCAA Regional field would look like and what it takes to compete at that level."

Keisha Lugito shot a 224 over three rounds, tying for 51st. The second round was her best, as she tallied a 73. 

Kimberlee Tottori tied for 66th after wrapping the tournament with a 78. On Monday, Tottori shot a 150 (75-75) to finish the day six-over.

Azumi Arai totaled a 231, as she put up a 152 (76-77) on Monday and concluded with a 78 on Tuesday.

Vendela From was next with a 236 over her three rounds, edging out teammate Nicole Foster, who shot a 237 at the event.

Krystal Hu competed as an individual, recording a 225 to tie for 53rd this week. 

SU heads to Canton, Mass., for the Boston College Intercollegiate on Sept. 23-24.