Women's Golf Tied for 13th at Stanford Intercollegiate
Oct. 20, 2000
BERKELEY - The California women's golf team is tied for 13th place after the first of 54 holes at the Stanford Intercollegiate Friday at Stanford Golf Course. The Bears shot an opening round of 311 against mainly nationally-ranked competition. Top-ranked Arizona leads the 18-team field with an 11-under-par 277, which is 15 strokes ahead of second-place No. 5 Stanford (292).
Lorena Ochoa of Arizona leads all golfers with an opening round of 66, which is one stroke ahead of her second-place teammate Natalie Gulbis and four strokes ahead of her third-place teammate Cristina Baena (70).
Freshman Sarah Huarte leads all Cal golfers with a collegiate-best score of 73, tying her for 13th place. Sophomore Vikki Laing is Cal's next-best performer with a 77, tying her for 45th.
The second round tees off Saturday at 8 a.m. at Stanford's par 72, 6154-yard course.
Stanford IntercollegiateStanford Golf CourseStanford, CAPar 72, 6154 yards
Team Results (18 teams): 1. Arizona 277, 2. Stanford 292, 3. New Mexico State 295, 4. USC 296, 5. Tulsa 297, 6t. ASU and Pepperdine 299, 8. San Jose State 300, 9. New Mexico 306, 10. Indiana 307, 13t. California and Washington 311.
Top Individuals: 1. Lorena Ochoa, Arizona 66, 2. Natalie Gulbis, Arizona 67, 3. Cristina Baena, Arizona 70, 4t. Katherin Hull, Pepperdine 71, 4t. Helle Gram, San Jose State 71, 4t. Leila Chartrand, USC 71, 4t. Lisa Meredith, ASU 71.
* competing as an individual