Husky Women Golfers in 13th Place at Stanford
Oct. 20, 2000
Palo Alto, CA - The Washington women's golf team finds itself in a 13th-place tie with California after one round of play in the 18-team Stanford/PEPSI Intercollegiate at Stanford University. Washington opened play with a 23-over-par score of 311 at the Stanford Golf Course. Second-ranked Arizona leads the tournament by 15 shots, with an 11-under score of 277 on the par-72, 6,154-yard course. The closest challenger is fifth-ranked Stanford, which finished at 4-over par.
Washington junior Kelli Kamimura shot an opening-round score of 73 to lead the Huskies. Kamimura trails individual leader Lorena Ochoa of Arizona by seven shots. Husky sophomore Louise Friberg, coming off an eighth-place finish at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational, is tied for 30th place after carding a 3-over 75, nine shots off the pace.
The final two rounds of the tournament will be held on Saturday and Sunday.
Stanford Golf Course
Palo Alto, CA
Par 72, 6,154 yards
Team Results: 1. Arizona 277, 2. Stanford 292, 3. New Mexico State 295, 4. USC 296, 5. Tulsa 297, 6t. Arizona State and Pepperdine 299, 8. San Jose State 300, 9. New Mexico 306, 10. Indiana 307, 11. UCLA 308, 12. Oregon State 312, 13t. Washington and California 311, 15. Texas A&M 312, 16t. Washington State and Oregon 314 , 18. Texas Tech 315.
Top Individuals: 1. Lorena Ochoa (Arizona), 66, 2. Natalie Gulbis (Arizona) 67, 3. Cristina Baena (Arizona), 70, 4t. Katherine Hull (Pepperdine), Helle Gram (San Jose State), Leila Chartrand (USC), Lisa Meredith (Arizona State) 71, 8t. Natalie Tucker (Indiana), Carina Olsson (Oregon State), Stacy Prammanasudh (Tulsa), Angela Rho (Stanford), Kim Rowton (Stanford), 72.