Husky Women's Golf Team Climbs to Fifth
Oct. 9, 2001
Corvallis, OR - The Washington women's golf team moved up one spot to fifth place after the second round of play at Oregon State's Shanico Invitational at Trysting Tree Golf Club.
The Huskies shot 296 on Tuesday and own a 36-hole score of 596. Arizona leads the tournament with a two-day total of 577. California slipped to second place at 584.
Washington was led on the second day by sophomore Lindsay Morgan, who carded a 1-under 71 to move into a tie for sixth place overall. Morgan opened the tournament with a 74 to have a two-day total of 145. Arizona's Lorena Ochoa, who won the NCAA Fall Preview at Washington National Golf Course, turned in a 67 to tie Stanford's Kim Kouwabunpat for the individual lead with a score of 139.
Husky Kelli Kamimura shot 75 on Tuesday to slip back to 12th place with an overall score of 147. Paige Mackenzie shot 74 to move to 26th place with a score of 151. Louise Friberg recorded a 76 for a 36-hole total of 153, one shot better than Bianca Clark, who carded a 77 on Tuesday. Michelle Grafos, playing as an individual, shot 78 for a 36-hole total of 154.
The final round of the event will be held Wednesday.