“I feel like the Pac-10 Conference is the best conference in the country, and to have three of our five starters earn all-conference honors is very rewarding,” fifth-year Head Coach Greg Allen said.
The junior from
“Cassandra played well enough down the stretch to deserve making the first team, but unfortunately she had to settle for second team,” Allen said. “She was honorable mention last year and second team this year shows that she is improving every year and headed in the right direction. She is really motivated to keep getting better and to lead this team to a great finish in the postseason.”
Elston averaged a 75.00 stroke average in her second year as a Wildcat. In her best tournament this season, she tied for third at the 2005 Wildcat Invitational after carding a career-low round of 68 in the first round, helping her to a three-round total of 212 (-1), also a career-best tournament score. The
Garcia tied for 6th at the 2005 Pac-10 Championships. It was the Borriol,
Up next for the Wildcats is the NCAA Regional Tournament, beginning on May 5.
2005 All-Pacific-10 Team
Amie Cochran, UCLA
Susie Mathews, UCLA
Charlotte Mayorkas, UCLA
Paige Mackenzie, Washington
Honorable Mention: Irene Cho, USC; Tanya Dergal, USC; Lani Elston, Arizona; Mar Garcia, Arizona; Kelly Husted, Stanford; Hannah Jun, UCLA; Sung Ea Lee, Washington; Catalina Marin, USC; Kim McCready, Oregon; Amber Prange, Washington; Dewi-Claire Schreefel, USC; Sophia Sheridan, California; Kim Shin, Washington; Erin Tone, Arizona State; Jennifer Tangtiphaiboontana, Stanford.
Pac-10 Golfer of the Year: Louise Stahle,
Pac-10 Freshman Golfer of the Year: Louise Stahle,
Pac-10 Coach of the Year: Carrie Forsyth, UCLA