Husky Women Golfers Drop to 15th Place at Stanford
Oct. 21, 2000
Palo Alto, CA - The Washington women's golf team dropped into a 15th-place tie after the second round of play in the 18-team Stanford/PEPSI Intercollegiate at Stanford University. Washington finished with a 28-over-par second-round score of 316 at the Stanford Golf Course. Second-ranked Arizona continues to lead the tournament by 12 shots, with a two-day total of 570 on the par-72, 6,154-yard course.
Washington junior Kelli Kamimura continues to lead the Huskies. Kamimura fired a 9-over score of 79 placing her in a tie for 29th with a two-day score of 152. Husky freshman Jamie Michaud carded a 4-over 76 to move into 37th place heading into the final round.
The final round of the tournament will be played on Sunday.
Stanford Golf Course
Palo Alto, CA
Par 72, 6,154 yards
Team Results: 1. Arizona 570, 2t. USC and Stanford 582, 4t. New Mexico State and Pepperdine 595, 6. Tulsa 596, 7. Arizona State 607, 8t. San Jose State and UCLA 610, 10. New Mexico 615, 11. Indiana 616, 12. Oregon State 623, 13. California 625, 14. Texas A&M 626, 15t. Washington and Texas Tech 627, 17. Washington State 628, 18. Oregon 635.
Top Individuals: 1t. Stacy Prammanasudh (Tulsa), Lorena Ochoa (Arizona), Natalie Gulbis (Arizona) 140, 4t. Candie Kung (USC), Natalie Tucker (Indiana), Katherine Hull (Pepperdine) 141, 7t. Angela Rho (Stanford), Leila Chartrand (USC) 142, 9. Cristina Baena (Arizona) 143, 10t. Hilary Homeyer (Stanford) and Kim Rowton (Stanford) 145.