Women's Golf Competes at Stanford Intercollegiate
Oct. 18, 2000
BERKELEY - CAL TRAVELS TO STANFORD INTERCOLLEGIATE
Cal competes at the Stanford/PEPSI Women's Intercollegiate Fri-Sun., Oct. 20-22. The 18-team tournament takes place at the par 72, 6,154-yard Stanford Golf Course. Eighteen holes will be played each day beginning at 8 a.m. Friday and Saturday and a shotgun start of 8:30 a.m. on Sunday.
The field, which is stocked with ranked teams, consists of: Arizona, Arizona State, Cal, Indiana, New Mexico New Mexico State, Oregon, Oregon State, Pepperdine, San Jose State, Stanford, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Tulsa, UCLA, USC, Washington and Washington State.
2000 STANFORD INTERCOLLEGIATE IN REVIEW
In 1999, Cal finished tied for eighth at the Stanford Intercollegiate with a score of 912. Tulsa won the 18-team tournament with an 879. Anne Walker was Cal's top golfer, tying for 10th with a 220. Tulsa's Stacy Prammanasudh took medalist honors with a 210.
Cal's lineup features in order: 1. Sarah Huarte, 2. Vikki Laing, 3. Ria Quiazon, 4. Anne Walker and 5. Amber Reilly. Cheryl Lala will compete as an individual. This is the first time Huarte holds down the No. 1 spot for the Bears.
Player YR RNDS STROKES AVG LOW TOP FINISHSarah Huarte Fr. 7 542 77.4 75 10thVikki Laing So. 4 309 77.3 75 T1stRia Quiazon So. 7 544 77.7 75 T3rdAnne Walker Jr. 7 538 76.9 70 T2ndAmber Reilly So. 7 573 81.9 80 T8thCheryl Lala Sr. 1 78 78.0 78 6th
EDEAN IHLANFELDT INVITATIONAL IN REVIEW
Cal placed 10th at the 17-team Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational at Sahalee Country Club, in Redmond, Wash. The Golden Bears shot a 318 in the final round to finish with a 54-hole total 943, one stroke behind ninth-place New Mexico (942). USC led wire-to-wire finishing with an 896, 12 strokes ahead of second-place Stanford (908). Freshman Sarah Huarte carded a final round of 76 to lead Cal for the first time in her career with a total of 231, tying for 19th.
OSU CHAMPIONSHIP MARKS CAL'S THIRD IN ITS HISTORY
Cal is in its sixth year of fielding a women's golf team and already has three tournament titles on its resume. In addition to claiming the OSU title over the weekend, Cal won the Oregon Invitational in 1999 and the BYU Invitational in 1998. All three of Cal's crowns have come during the fall season.
LOOKING AHEAD TO THE SPRING
Cal opens the spring season Feb. 19-21 at the Arizona Invitational in Tucson, Ariz.