Women's Golf In Fourth After First Round Of Wildcat Invitational
Feb. 19, 2001
The fifth-ranked Stanford women's golf team currently sit in fourth place after one round at the Wildcat Invitational in Tucson, Arizona. Just five strokes off the pace set by host-Arizona, the Cardinal shot a 298 on the day. Duke is in second (294) and USC in third (295) in a close race. Rounding out the top five is New Mexico State in fifth (302).
Individually for the Stanford, Hilary Homeyer shot a par-72 on the afternoon and is tied for third. Redshirt freshman Marcia Wallis, playing in her first tournament of the season, is tied for 13 with a two-over par 74. Stephanie Keever and Angela Rho are tied for 20th at 76 while Kim Kouwabunpat checks in tied for 77th with an 83. Jessica Belskis is tied for 35th (77) and Kim Rowton is tied for 77th (83). Both are competing as individuals for the Cardinal.
Second round action will continue tomorrow with an 8 a.m. shotgun start at The Raven Golf Course in Tucson.
Wildcat InvitationalFirst Round Results
Team Results (Top Five)1. Arizona (293)2. Duke (294)3. USC (295)4. STANFORD (298)5. New Mexico State (302)
* competing as individuals