Women's Golf In 10th Place Tie With One Round Of NCAAs To Go
May 23, 2001
Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla. - Sophomore All-American Candie Kung shot a two-over-par 74 on Wednesday to lead the No. 4 USC women's golf team into a tie for 10th place after two rounds of the 2001 NCAA Women's Golf Championships being held at El Campeon Golf Course in Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla., on Tues.-Thurs. (May 22-25).
The Women of Troy, who finished fourth at last year's championships, shot a 19-over-par 307 to bring their two-round total to 603, 11 strokes behind leaders Duke and Oklahoma State (592). The tournament concludes on Thursday, with tee times starting at 7:30 a.m. ET.
Kung, who finished 13th at last year's championships, is in a two-way tie for 11th with a two-over-par 146, eight strokes behind overall leader Laura Moffat of UCLA (138).
Also for USC, freshman Anna Rawson was tied for 13th with a three-over-par 147 sophomore Mikaela Parmlid was tied for 74th with a 12-over-par 156, junior Leila Chartrand was tied for 80th with a 13-over-par 157 and freshman Anna Lee was tied for 96th with a 15-over-par 159.
The Women of Troy are making their 14th NCAA tournament appearance.