Mikaela Parmlid's Final-Round 66 Leads No. 7 USC Women's Golf To Second Place At Arizona Invitational
Feb. 26, 2003
Tucson, Ariz. - All-American senior Mikaela Parmlid fired a 66--the second-lowest round in Women of Troy history--on Wednesday to lead the No. 7 USC women's golf team to a second-place finish at the Arizona Invitational held at the Arizona National Golf Course.
The Women of Troy shot a 296 team score in the final round, giving them a 54-hole total of 890, 14 strokes behind team champion Pepperdine at 876. ASU was third (895), followed by Tennessee (897) and Stanford (902).
Parmlid's blistering final round followed up a 69 in the second round to give her a final tally of 214 (including 11 birdies). She finished in second place behind individual champion Erica Blasberg of Arizona (210). Lindsay Morgan of Washington was third (215), followed by Carolina Llano of Pepperdine (217) and Violeta Retamoza of Tennessee (218).
Also for the Women of Troy, senior Becky Lucidi tied for 19th (224), junior Anna Rawson tied for 29th (228), freshman Irene Cho tied for 33rd (230) and junior Rachel Bell tied for 39th (231). Freshman Tanya Dergal competed as an individual and tied for 25th (227).
The Women of Troy are next in action at the Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational on March 18-19 in Honolulu, Haw.