Women's Golf Competes at Peg Barnard California Collegiate
April 11, 2001
BEARS HAVE FINAL PAC-10 TUNE-UP
California heads to the Peg Barnard California Collegiate Fri.-Sat., April 13-14, for its final tune-up prior to the Pac-10 Championship. The 11-team tournament takes place at the par 72, 6154-yard Stanford Golf Course, on the campus of Stanford University. A practice round takes place Thursday with 9 a.m. shotgun starts slated for Friday and Saturday.
The 11-team field consists of No. 39 California, CSUMB, Long Beach State, Nevada, Northern Arizona, Oregon, San Diego State, San Francisco, No. 7 Stanford, No. 37 Washington and Washington State.
LAST YEAR'S CALIFORNIA COLLEGIATE IN REVIEW
Washington and USC tied for the team title at the 2000 California Collegiate with 36-hole scores of 602. California finished fifth among the 11-team field at 615. UCLA's Amanda Moltke-Leth earned medalist honors with a 144. Anne Walker was the Bears top finisher in a tie for fifth with a 149. Vikki Laing also tied for ninth at 151.
Cal's lineup for the California Intercollegiate features in order: 1. Sarah Huarte, 2. Ria Quiazon, 3. Vikki Laing, 4. Cheryl Lala and 5. Anne Walker. Amber Reilly is expected to compete as an individual.
Player YR00-01 RNDS STROKES AVG LOW TOP FINISHSarah Huarte Fr. 21 1606 76.5 71 bf 6thRia Quiazon So. 21 1632 77.7 73 bf T3rdVikki Laing So. 18 1380 76.7 73 bf T1stCheryl Lala Sr. 15 1174 78.3 71 6thAnne Walker Jr. 21 1636 77.9 70 bf T2ndAmber Reilly So. 12 959 79.9 73 bf T8th
HUARTE ON A ROLL FOR BEARS
For the third time this year, including the second-straight tournament, freshman Sarah Huarte holds down the No. 1 spot for Cal. The Shingle Springs native has earned the No. 1 spot by boasting a team-best 76.5 stroke average. She has been Cal's highest finisher at the last two events - the ASU Invitational and the Pioneer Classic.
PING/ASU INVITATIONAL IN REVIEW
California wrapped up the 54-hole PING/ASU Invitational in ninth place with a 909 after firing a 303 in the final round Sunday. USC carded a tournament low round of 286 to rally from fifth place to win the 15-team tournament (889) at Karsten Golf Course. Huarte led all of Cal's golfers, tying for 20th (224) after shooting a 77 in the final round. Cal sophomore Vikki Laing also placed in the top 25, tying for 22nd with a 225. Stanford's Stephanie Keever claimed medalist honors with an even par score of 216, as the first two days leader Lorena Ochoa (Arizona) fell to a tie for third (218).