Women's Golf Seventh Going Into Final Round

Oct. 21, 2000

STANFORD, Calif. -- Arizona State's 15th-ranked women's golf team shot a combined 308 Saturday at the Stanford Golf Course in Stanford, Calif. to move their team total to 607 and drop from sixth to seventh overall heading into Sunday's final round.

ASU freshman Jimin Kang has led the way for the Sun Devils in the individual race after shooting a second-round 75 to move to move into a tie for 18th with a 5-over total of 149. Tulsa's Stacy Prammanasudh and Arizona's Lorena Ochoa and Natalie Gulbis will battle each other and the rest of the field for medalist honors Sunday. The trio is tied through the opening rounds with totals of 140.

National leader Arizona finished Saturday's action in first-place with a two-day score of 570. On its home course, unranked Stanford heads into the final round tied with No. 3 USC for second place with totals of 582.

Sunday's final round will be a shotgun start beginning at 8:30 a.m.

Sun Devils In The Standings:
18t. Jimin Kang 74-75--149, 29t. Molly Cooper 79-73--152. 37t. Lisa Meredith 71-82--153. 43t. Blair O'Neal 75-79--154. 73t. Michaela Friberg 79-81--160.

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