Alexandra Lee (Ann Arbor, Mich. / Pioneer) was WSU's top finisher this past weekend at the second Ashland Invitational of the season. She carded a 166 (89, 77) to finish 20th out of 73 golfers and moved up 19 spots on the leaderboard. Lee posted a season-best and matched her career low with a round of 77 during the second round.
Lee helped WSU post their best 36-hole mark as well their lowest round in program history. WSU finished seventh in the 12-team field, shaving 24 strokes off their round-one score and jumping two teams, with a 692 (358, 334).
Sophomore Hannah Moore (Louisville, Ky. / Assumption) helped the Warriors win a thrilling five-set match at Ohio Dominican on Friday night with a career-high 25 kills, which is the highest since Kristen Bulkiewicz's 28 at Ferris State on Nov. 14, 2012. Moore's 70 swings are the most since Megan Smolen tallied a program record 80 attacks on two occasions in 2003. She tallied 11 on Saturday in the loss at Tiffin to bring her team-leading total to 140 (3.18/set).