WGOLF Continues Spring at The Dickson
Feb. 23, 2018

Live Results / Season Statistics

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - The 25th-ranked Purdue women’s golf squad continues its spring season Monday, heading to the University of Houston for The Dickson. The Boilermakers will play in the event for the second straight season, heading back to The Woodlands Country Club after a seventh-place showing in the inaugural tournament last year.

The Dickson features a 16-team field, highlighted by eight top-50 squads next week. The tournament-host Cougars are one of four teams with a top-25 ranking, led by Kent State, Iowa State and the Boilermakers, who carry a No. 25 nod from GolfStat.com. Florida State, Texas A&M, Clemson and Texas Tech round out the list of top-50 squads in the field.

Team GolfWeek GolfStat
Kent State 17 16
Iowa State 22 23
Houston 26 21
Purdue 27 25
Florida State 30 32
Texas A&M 41 36
Clemson 45 47
Texas Tech 47 44
SMU 49 52
TCU 54 65
UTSA 68 62
Mississippi State 69 64
Troy -- --
Charlotte -- --
Texas State -- --
Tulsa -- --

THE COURSE: The Woodlands Country Club
The Woodlands Country Club Tournament Course will play host to this week’s action, playing 6,392 yards, par 72. Designed by Robert von Hagge, the Tournament Course is the annual home of The Insperity Invitational on the PGA Champions Tour.

The Boilermakers settled for a seventh-place effort in the inaugural edition of The Dickson, shooting 16-over par, 880. Purdue got off to a hot start, shooting six-under 282 in the opening round behind three scores under par from August Kim, Marta Martin and Micaela Farah. It tied the eighth-lowest team round in program history and the best for the Boilermakers over the last seven seasons. Cova SanJuan was the Boilermakers’ top finisher at two-over 218, while Farah joined in her the top-20 at three-over 219.

THE PLAYERS (Career Stats)

Mica Farah Lima, Peru 33 75.5 0 70 219
Marta Martin Madrid, Spain 107 75.4 4 69 216
Mela Putri Bali, Indonesia 62 76.2 3 68 210
Cova SanJuan Aviles, Spain 58 75.2 1 69 214
Inez Wanamarta Surabaya, Indonesia 11 72.9 1 67 206

• Purdue head coach Devon Brouse is in his 20th season at his alma mater, returning in 1998 and taking the Boilermakers to the postseason in 17 of the last 18 years
• The Boilermakers maintained a top-25 ranking in one of the latest polls, getting the No. 25 nod from GolfStat.com, and No. 27 from GolfWeek.com
• After 40 pars at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic, freshman Inez Wanamarta leads the team on the season and has posted the team’s top individual score in two tournaments
• Wanamarta and sophomore Micaela Farah both finished in the top-20 at Puerto Rico, Farah’s second top-20 performance of the season
• Wanamarta shared medalist honors at the season-opening Minnesota Invitational, tying a Boilermaker 54-hole record with a score of 10-under 206, initially set by Paula Reto at the 2013 NCAA West Regional
• Wanamarta’s final-round, five-under 67 is tied for the 12th-lowest round all-time by a Boilermaker and tied for the third-lowest by a Purdue freshman
• Wanamarta was honored as the Big Ten Player of the Week on Sept. 13
• Farah is third on the team with 24 birdies and second with 127 pars
• Junior Ida Ayu Indira Melati Putri posted a career-best round of four-under 68 at the Minnesota Invitational
• Putri finished in the top-15 of the individual standings in each of her first two tournaments of the season, tying for 12th to lead the team at the Windy City Collegiate Classic
• Putri’s has made a team-best 29 birdies on the season, followed by Wanamarta with 26, and the pair are tied for the most low-rounds on the season with three each
• Sophomore Cova SanJuan returns to the lineup after sitting out the Puerto Rico Tournament to open the spring
• SanJuan has led the Boilermakers in two individual rounds this season and had the squad’s top individual showing at the Landfall Tradition to close the fall
• The Boilermakers were under par as a team in all three rounds at Minnesota en route to the third-lowest 54-hole team score in program history: 283-285-286=854 (-10)
• Farah and senior Marta Martin were all named to the Big Ten Conference Players to Watch list, published Aug. 30
• Farah was the sixth freshman in program history to earn First Team All-Big Ten honors
• Purdue’s season-opening lineup was without a U.S. born player for the first time since 2010, as Putri and Wanamarta hail from Indonesia, Martin and Cova SanJuan are from Spain and Farah is from Peru




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