K-State Opens Spring Slate

MANHATTAN, Kan. - The Kansas State women's golf team will get its spring season underway as the Wildcats head to Peoria, Arizona, to compete in the Westbrook Invitational, February 22-23, at the par-72, 6,269-yard Westbrook Village Golf Club.

The tournament will consist of 36 holes on Sunday followed by 18 holes on Monday with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. (MT) each day.
Six members of the K-State squad will be competing in the tournament with freshman Connie Jaffrey, sophomore Madison Talley, seniors Olivia Eliasson and Carly Ragains, and sophomore Katherine Gravel-Coursol comprising the scoring lineup. Junior Scotland Preston will participate as an individual.
"The team is looking forward to returning to action," head coach Kristi Knight said. "This is a great event to start out spring season. It is a good course and has a strong field."
Kansas State will be joined by 14 other teams, including College of Charleston, Iowa, Indiana, Illinois, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oregon, Oregon State, Ohio State, Tennessee, Tulsa, Washington State and Wisconsin.
"The team has been practicing, conditioning and doing yoga since classes started, and now it is time to compete," Knight said.
This is the fourth consecutive year K-State will compete in the Westbrook Invitational, as the Wildcats tied for ninth last year with a team score of 12-over par 876 and were led by Eliasson, who carded a 54-hole score of 1-under par 215 to tie for 11th.
Live stats of the Westbrook Invitational can be followed at www.golfstat.com and results will be posted on www.k-statesports.com at the conclusion of play on Sunday and Monday.