FEDERAL WAY, Wash. – Washington State University golfer Anastasia Kostina fired a 2-over-par 74 Tuesday to capture the No. 2 seed headed into match play at the PNGA Women’s Amateur Championship at Twin Lakes Golf and Country Club.
Kostina’s two-round total of 6-over 150 was one stroke behind top-seeded Paige Mackenzie of Yakima and the University of Washington.
Third-seeded Jillian Ferrante of Battle Ground, Wash., was one shot behind Kostina.
The top 32 golfers qualified for the single-elimination match play, which begins today.
Among those who advanced were Kostina’s sister, Maria (167), who just completed her senior season with the Cougars and lives in Hayden Lake, Idaho; Mandy Parsons (170), Spokane; Sarah Bassett (170), Spokane; and Katie Kofmehl (171), Cheney.
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