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Gamble Heads to NCAA Cle Elum Regionals

Gamble Heads to NCAA Cle Elum Regionals

PULLMAN, Wash. (May 3, 2024) – Washington State women’s golf senior Madelyn Gamble is set to play at the 2024 NCAA Women’s Golf Cle Elum Regional as an individual on May 6-8 at Tumble Creek Club.
The Course and Tournament Format
The Tumble Creek Club will play as a par-72 at 6,306 yards. Teams and individuals will play 18 holes each of the three days with rolling tee times starting at 9 a.m. PT.
Gamble will tee off at 10:50 a.m. PT all three days and will open round one on hole 10.
Live Results
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Here is the field of 12 teams for that will compete in Cle Elum, in seed order:

  1. Stanford
  2. Duke
  3. Arizona State
  4. Virginia
  5. San Jose State
  6. Washington
  7. Alabama
  8. Virginia Tech
  9. Kansas
  10. Long Beach State
  11. Sacramento State
  12. Seattle University

Tumble Creek will also host the following six individuals:
Emma Bunch, New Mexico State
Madelyn Gamble, Washington State
Sabrina Iqbal, Colorado
Morgan Miller, Colorado
Riana Mission, San Francisco
Kelli Ann Strand, Nebraska
WSU Golf
Head Coach Sofie Aagaard is in her second season leading the Cougars. The 2023-24 Cougar squad returns four members from the 2022-23 squad, including junior Madelyn Gamble, who ended last season with a third-place finish at the 2023 Pac-12 Golf Championships.

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