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LAKEWOOD, WASH. –  It all comes down to this for Seattle U women’s golf as the Western Athletic Conference Championships finally arrive. The Redhawks were picked to finish third in the WAC Coaches Poll, only behind New Mexico State and Grand Canyon. Now, they will put their mettle to the test as they tee off at 8:00 AM on Thursday, April 18 at the nearby Oakbrook Golf Club for the three-day event.

“We’re excited about competing at the WAC Championships once again this year,” said Head Coach Marc Chandonnet. “The team is poised to play their best golf as a group, and believe that their year has prepared them to compete regardless of the circumstances. If our entire roster plays the way that we are capable of, combined with making smart decisions and managing expectations and emotions, we should have an opportunity to win.”

Seattle U’s competitive roster for the tournament was finalized on Wednesday.

Sophomore Kimberlee Tottori led the Redhawks in two tournaments this spring. Her best performance was at the Red Rocks Invitational (March 23-24), where she shot 72-74-74 for seven over par. On the year, she compiled an adjusted average of +4.08 over 24 rounds.

Junior Krystal Hu, in her first year with Seattle U, shot an adjusted average of +4.46 over 24 rounds. Her best tournament of the spring was also at the Red Rocks Invitational with a score of six over par (77-69-73).

Sophomore Vendela From shot +21 at the GCU Invitational (Feb. 23-24), her best performance of the spring season. She has an adjusted average score of +7.14 over 17 rounds in the 2018-19 season.

Senior Yen Ting Wong has an adjusted +6.61 over 15 rounds this year, playing her best golf of the spring with a plus-25 at the Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational (78-79-84)

Sophomore Keisha Lugito stood atop the Seattle U standings in two tournaments during the 2019 spring season. She has a composite adjusted score of +5.91 over 21 rounds on the year. Her best play of the spring came at the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic (April 8-9), where she shot nine over par (71-78-76).

Live streaming of Hole 18 will be available on the WAC’s Facebook page. Live scoring will be provided by GolfStat.