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UW Closes Out 2023-24 Season At NCAA Regionals

The final round of the Cle Elum NCAA Regional golf tournament hosted by the University of Washington at Tumble Creek Golf Course at Suncadia Resort in Cle Elum, Wash. on May 8, 2024. (Photography by Scott Eklund/Red Box Pictures)

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CLE ELUM, Wash. – The Washington women’s golf team finished in seventh place at the NCAA Cle Elum Regional, two positions out of moving on to the NCAA National Championships later this month in Carlsbad, Calif.
On another windy day at Tumble Creek Golf Club, all 12 teams finished the round over par, with only six golfers scoring under par for the day. The Huskies’ final team score of 902 saw them finish one slot below their No. 6 seeding. The top-five seeds all advanced: Stanford, Duke, Virginia, Arizona State and San Jose State, with four Cardinal golfers finishing in the top-five individually.
“It’s just tough to finish that way,” said UW head coach Mary Lou Mulflur. “We just didn’t bring our best golf this week, and you can’t afford to do that. You have to play well. The teams here were very good and we just didn’t have enough depth to kind of get it done.”
Two Huskies shared the teams’ low score, as senior Camille Boyd and freshman Vivian Lu each were 8-over for the 36-hole tournament, tying them for 22nd place. Lu had the low UW round of the day, with a 2-over 74, while Boyd was 4-over. 
Junior Jamie Hsieh was also 4-over for the round, and finished in a tie for 35th overall, at 12-over. Senior Stefanie Deng’s final round was a 5-over 77, while sophomore Carmen Lim was 7-over on Wednesday.
“I’m so happy for Camille and Stefanie,” Mulflur said of her team’s two seniors. “What they mean to me … they’ve just been unbelievable ambassadors for us. And when it gets right down to it, that’s what it’s about.”
The tournament concluded the 2023-24 season for the Huskies.




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