Aggies head to the Pacific Northwest for penultimate fall tournament

Oct. 9, 2017

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Fall Tournament No. 4

Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational
Host: Washington
Dates: Tuesday, Oct. 10-Wednesday, Oct. 11
Course Name: Sahalee Country Club
Course Par/Yardage: 72/6,023

DAVIS, Calif. - After criss-crossing the country in recent weeks, UC Davis will begin competing closer to home, starting with the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational, hosted by Washington. As was the case last week at the Windy City Collegiate Classic, 36 holes will take place during the first day of action with the final 18 taking place the following day, all at Sahalee Country Club — site of the 1998 PGA Championship and the 2016 KPMG LPGA Championship.

Heading to Sammamish, Wash. (located 20 miles east of Downtown Seattle) in addition to the Aggies this week are BYU, Colorado, Colorado State, Georgetown, Idaho, Portland State, Rutgers, San Francisco, and Seattle.

UC Davis will tee off with Rutgers and BYU, starting at 8:50 a.m. Tuesday morning; Wednesday’s groups will be determined by the order of finish following the conclusion of the tournament’s first day.

Heading to the Pacific Northwest this week for the Aggies are Christine Danielsson, Samantha Hutchison, Yoonhee Kim, Rei Nakatani and Madison Wood.

In last week’s event — the Windy City Collegiate Classic, hosted by Northwestern — it was Hutchison who led UC Davis’ contingent with a 4-over 217, which led to a 15th-place finish with two other players. Wood, Danielsson, Kim and Nakatani completed an Aggie lineup that competed against a field laden with nationally ranked teams.

When UC Davis returns from Washington, only one event will remain before the team enjoys its annual winter hiatus: the Stanford Intercollegiate, taking place from Oct. 16-18, at Poppy Hills Golf Course in Pebble Beach, Calif.

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