Women's Golf Tied For Third After First Round At Pac-10s
April 23, 2001
Tempe, Arizona - The Stanford women's golf team shot a seven-over par 295 today at the Pac-10 Championships in Tempe, Arizona and are currently tied for third. California leads after the first round, shooting an even-par 288 on the afternoon. Rounding out the top five are Arizona (294), Stanford (295), Arizona State (295) and USC (295).
Leading the Cardinal are senior Hilary Homeyer and sophomore Kim Rowton, who both shot an even-par 72 and are tied for fourth. Freshman Kim Kouwabunpat shot a three-over par 75 and is tied for 19th while fellow frosh Angela Rho carded a four-over par 76 to tie for 27th. Senior Stephanie Keever is right behind them, shooting a five-over par 77 to sit tied for 34th. Freshman Marcia Wallis, competing as an individual, is tied for 47th after shooting an eight-over par 80 on the afternoon.
California's Sarah Huarte leads the individual race with a three-under par 69 on the day. Lorena Ochoa from Arizona is a stroke behind with a two-under 70.
Action continues tomorrow at the Karsten Golf Course and will conclude on Sunday.
Pac-10 Championships(Tempe, Arizona * Karsten Golf Course)First Round Results
Team Scores1. California 2882. Arizona 2943. Arizona State 295 Stanford 295 USC 2956. UCLA 3017. Washington 3028. Oregon State 3069. Oregon 30910. Washington State 334