Golf Remains In Ninth At NCAA Championships
May 22, 2002
Auburn, Wash. - The Stanford women's golf team fired a 295 on the second day of competition at the 2002 NCAA Women's Golf Championships in Auburn, Washington. The Cardinal remain in ninth place overall with a two-day total of 594. Arizona remained in first (581) with a six stroke lead over second place Duke (587). Georgia and Oklahoma are tied for third at 588 while Florida is fifth (589).
Sophomore Marcia Wallis continues to lead the Cardinal and is tied for eighth with a one-under par 143 (70-73). Junior Kim Rowton carded a one-under 71 today to move into a tie for 17th overall (76-70). Sophomore Angela Rho, who shot a par 72 this afternoon, is tied for 22nd with a 147 (75-72). Teammate Kim Kouwabunpat is tied for 107th with a 158 (78-80) while freshman Wendra Liang is 118th with a 162 (80-82).
Individually Duke's Virada Nirapathpongporn and Georgia's Summer Sirmons are tied for first at seven-under par 137. Arizona's Lorena Ochoa is third at four-under par 140.
Third round action continues tomorrow at the Washington National Golf Course. Stanford will be playing with Arizona State and Texas for the third round. The teams will begin teeing off at 1:10 p.m. from the first tee.
For complete results, go to www.golfstat.com