Women's Golf In Seventh With One Round To Go At NCAAs
May 24, 2001
Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla. - Sophomore Mikaela Parmlid shot a 69 third round Thursday to lead the No. 4 USC women's golf team into seventh place at the 2001 NCAA Women's Golf Championships played at El Campeon Golf Course in Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla., on May 22-25 (Tues.-Fri.)
With one round to go, the Women of Troy (896) are 14 strokes behind team leader Duke (882). Georgia is second (886), followed by Texas and Auburn in third (888) and Oklahoma State in fifth (892).
Sophomore All-American Candie Kung shot a one-under-par 71 to stand in ninth place with a three-round total of 217 (+1). Katy Harris of LSU is at the top (212), followed by Laura Moffat of UCLA (213), then Jimin Kang of Arizona State and Celeste Troche of Auburn (214) and Ursula Tuutti of New Mexico State (215).
Parmlid's 69 brings her tourney total to 225 (+9), putting her in a tie for 37th. Freshman Anna Rawson continued her strong play, firing a 75 to move into a tie for 21st (222). Junior Leila Chartrand (235) and freshman Anna Lee (240), were tied for 82nd and 106th, respectively.
The tournament concludes on Friday with a 7:30 a.m. ET tee off.