Freshmen will compete against team from Europe in Vidago Palace Golf Course in Portugal.

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Washington freshmen Wenyung Keh and Julianne Alvarez earned spots on the 12-person Asia-Pacific team that will face Europe for the first edition of the Patsy Hankins Trophy on Wednesday through Friday at Vidago Palace Golf Course in Portugal. The pair are New Zealand’s two representatives on the team that will take on the European squad.

The format for the three-day tournament, which consists of two 12-person teams representing Europe and Asia-Pacific, will consist of two days of five foursome matches each morning and five four-ball matches each afternoon. On the final day, all 12 team players will compete in singles match play. A win will count as one point, a tie yields half a point and a lost match will return zero.

Other golf

• Senior Monica Huang notched her second top-25 finish of the season, tying for 25th, as Washington State’s women’s golf placed 14th at the Arizona Wildcat Invitational at Sewailo Golf Club in Tucson.

The Cougars shot a three-round score of 46-over 910, one stroke ahead of No. 24 New Mexico, which finished 15th. No. 12 Arizona won the tournament after shooting 6-under 282 in the third round for a three-round total of 7-under 857.

No. 13 Arizona State finished 11 strokes behind the Wildcats in second at 4-over par (868).

Huang shot 2 over in each of the three rounds to finish 6-over 222 and tie for 25th. Arizona’s Krystal Quihuis took home the individual title after shooting 7-under 209 through the three rounds.

Notes

• Northwest University and University of British Columbia split their conference baseball doubleheader with UBC winning the first game 5-3 and the Eagles winning the second, 7-6.

• Seattle University’s Connor Leahy has been named WAC men’s tennis player of the week.