Women's Golf Tied For Eighth After Second Round Of PING/ASU Invite

April 7, 2001

Tempe, Arizona - The Stanford women's golf team moved into a tie for eighth after two rounds at the PING/ASU Invitational, after shooting a 300 today at the Karsten Golf Course. Arizona leads the field, shooting the low-round of the day (293). Rounding out the top five are Arizona State (600), Tulsa (602), TCU (602) and Southern California (603).

Individually, Stanford senior Stephanie Keever shot a 73 today to move into a tie for sixth (74-73--147). Fellow senior Hilary Homeyer is tied for 17th shooting a 73 on the day (76-73--149). Freshman Kim Kouwabunpat carded a 78 today and is tied for 43rd (77-7--155) while teammate Angela Rho fired a 76 on the afternoon and is tied for 49th (80-76--156). Freshman Marcia Wallis shot an 83 and is tied for 70th (80-8--163). Sophomore Kim Rowton, competing as an individual, is tied for 33rd after carding a 74 today (79-7--153).

Arizona's Lorena Ochoa leads the tournament with a one-under par 143 after two rounds of competition.

Action at the PING/ASU Invitational concludes tomorrow at the Karsten Golf Course in Tempe, Arizona.

Top 10 Teams at PING/ASU Invitational (Tempe, AZ * Karsten Golf Course)

Team Scores1. Arizona 304-293--5972. Arizona State 302-298--6003. Tulsa 302-300--602 TCU 299-303--6025. Southern California 305-298--6036. New Mexico 309-295--6047. California 301-305--6068. Stanford 307-300--607 New Mexico State 308-299--60710. Oregon State 303-306--609

Stanford Individuals: t6. Stephanie Keever (74-73--147), t17. Hilary Homeyer (76-73--149), t43. Kim Kouwabunpat (77-78--155), t.49. Angela Rho (80-76--156), t70. Marcia Wallis (80-83--163), t33. Kim Rowton (79-74--153) * competing as an individual.

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