One year ago Washington State assistant coach Kari Sampson was home in Pullman, Wash., on maternity leave watching the Cougars post a final-round 8-under 280 to place eighth at the UNLV Spring Invitational. This year, however, Sampson was running solo with the squad while head coach Walt Williams was with the men. Sampson kept the Cougars playing well at the Boulder Creek Golf Club. Washington State took the second-round lead and finished with a 5-under total to tie BYU for the team title. The finish came at a great time for Washington State - they entered the event ranked No. 57 in the Golfweek/Sagarin College Rankings. The magic number is predicted to be 54 to get into the postseason. I bet coach Williams was watching live scoring.
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