No. 18 Cal Takes Second at Peg Barnard California Collegiate
April 14, 2002
STANFORD, Calif. - No. 18 California continued its rise on the national scene with a second-place finish at the Peg Barnard California Collegiate Sunday at the Stanford Golf Course. The Golden Bears matched the best round of the day at 296 to finish six strokes back (599) of No. 19 Washington (593). The Huskies also carded a 296 to lead wire-to-wire and win the 14-team tournament.
The Bears started the day in a tie for fourth with San Jose State.
No. 14 USC placed third (600), followed by host No. 29 Stanford (607) and No. 8 Arizona State (610).
Junior Vikki Laing and sophomore Sarah Huarte paced the Bears, finishing in a five-way tie for fourth with three-over-par 147. Laing shot a 72 Sunday, while Huarte finished with a 71. Cal junior Ria Quiazon also posted a top 20 finish, tying for 16th at 152 after a final round of 75.
USC's Mikaela Parmlid won the individual competition with a one-under-par 143. Stanford's Kim Rowton was runner-up with a 145, and Washington's Lindsay Morgan finished third at 146.
Cal next competes at the Pac-10 Championships, April 22-24, in Walla Walla, Wash.
Women's GolfPeg Barnard California CollegiateFINALStanford Golf Course, par 72, 6168 yards
Team Finish (14 teams)
: 1. Washington 593, 2. Cal 599 (303-296), 3. USC 600, 4. Stanford 607, 5. Arizona State 610, 6. San Jose State 613, 7. Washington State 617, 8t. UCLA 621, 8t. Nevada 621, 10. San Diego State 629, 11t. Oregon State 639, 11t. Long Beach State 639, 13. UNLV 640, 14. Santa Clara 744.
Top Five Individuals:
1. Mikaela Parmlid (USC) 143, 2. Kim Rowton (Stanford) 145, 3. Lindsay Morgan (Washington) 146, 4t. Vikki Laing 147 (75-72), 4t. Sarah Huarte (Cal) 147 (76-71) and 3 others at 147.
* competed as an individual
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