Women's Golf Wins Edean Ihlahnfeldt Invitational
Oct. 12, 2000
Seattle, Wash. - Sophomore All-American Candie Kung shot 218 to finish tied for third and three other Women of Troy golfers placed in the top 15 as the No. 3 USC women's golf team ran away with the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational held at Sahalee Country Club in Seattle, Wash., on Monday-Wednesday (Oct. 9-11).
USC, which won the same tournament last season, shot 896 as a team to finish 12 strokes ahead of second-place Stanford. The Women of Troy led the entire way, building a up big lead after round one by shooting 292 and clinching the tourney with a 297 final round. Arizona State finished third (911), followed by Pepperdine (913) and UCLA (914).
Kung just missed her second career championship, finishing two strokes back of co-champions Stephanie Keever of Stanford and Stacy Prammanasudh of Tulsa (216). Lindsey Wright of Pepperdine (218) tied with Kung for third, while USC junior Leila Chartrand finished fifth (222).
Also for the Women of Troy, sophomore Mikaela Parmlid and senior Nicole Dalkas tied for 15th (229), while freshman Anna Lee finished tied for 34th (236).
USC next competes at the Stanford-Pepsi Women's Intercollegiate in Palo Alto, Calif., on October 20-22.