Women's Golf In 14th After Two Rounds of Arizona Invitational
Feb. 20, 2001
TUCSON, Ariz. - The California women's golf team is in 14th place with a 624 after the first 36 holes of the 54-hole Arizona Invitational. The host Arizona Wildcats lead the 16-team nationally-ranked field with a 583 with Duke four shots behind at 587.
After holding down the seventh spot after the first 18 holes with a score of 304, Cal fired a 320 for the high score of the day Tuesday. The Bears are 12 strokes behind 10th-place Washington (612).
Freshman Sarah Huarte is Cal's top individual in a tie for 39th with a 36-hole total 153. After matching her collegiate-low round of 73 in the opening round, Huarte carded an 80 in the second round. Junior Anne Walker, who is tied for 64th, had the Bears best second-round effort among the starting five with a 78. Cal sophomore Amber Reilly, who is competing as an individual, posted a 76 Tuesday.
Duke's Candy Hannemann is the top individual performer in the tournament with a 140, three strokes ahead of Arizona's Lorena Ochoa.
The final round of the Bears first spring competition wraps up Wednesday at the Raven Country Club with an 8 a.m. shotgun start.
Women's Golf AgateArizona Invitational after 36 of 54 holesRaven at Sabino Springs Country ClubPar 71, 6776 yards
Team Scores (16 teams total)1. Arizona 583, 2. Duke 587, 3. Texas 592, 4. USC 594, 5. Stanford 599, 6. New Mexico State 602, 7. Arizona State 608, 8. Pepperdine 609, 9. Tulsa 611, 10. Washington 612, 11. New Mexico 616, 12. UCLA 618, 13. San Jose State, 619, 14. California 624, 15. Oregon 628, 16. Nevada 634.
Top 5 Individuals1. Candy Hannemann, Duke 140, 2. Lorena Ochoa, Arizona 143, 3t. Candie Kung, USC 144, 3t. Natalie Gulbis, Arizona 144, 3t. V. Nirapathpongporn, Duke 144, 3t. Suzanne Sowers, Texas 144.
* competed as an individual