Women's Golfers Fifth After Two Rounds At Stanford
Oct. 21, 2001
The UCLA women's golf team is fifth after two rounds at the Stanford Pepsi Invitational, hosted by Stanford at the Stanford Golf Course.
The Bruins posted a team score of 294, six-over par, for a 36-hole total of 588. They lead sixth place Cal by three shots and trail USC by four shots.
Tulsa fired a two-under par score of 286 Saturday and leads the field at 570, six under par. First round leader Vanderbilt fell to second place at 576, followed by Washington in third place at 583.
Sophomore Gina Umeck leads the Bruins with a two round total of 145, which is tied for 12th place. Melissa Martin is tied for 19th at 146 and senior Alicia Um is tied for 25th at 148. Johanna Andersson posted a 74 and is tied for 30th at 149 and junior Vivan Phosomran is tied for 32nd at 150. Sophomore Saki Uechi, playing as an individual, is tied for 43rd at 152.
ASU's Jimin Kang posted a three-under par score of 69 and leads the field at 134, 10-under par. Tulsa's Stacy Prammanasudh also shot a 69 and is tied for second place with Vanderbilt's Nicki Cutler at 136. Pepperdine's Katherine Hull is fourth at 138 after posting a 67.
Final round competition continues Sunday.