Cardinal Women Head To UCLA/Pioneer Electronics Classic
March 20, 2003
The Stanford women's golf team travels to Santa Clarita, Calif. for the UCLA/Pioneer Electronics Classic, March 24-26 at the Robinson Ranch Golf Club (6,254 yards, par 72). Seven participating teams rank among the top 25 nationally while four individuals are rated among the top 10 are featured.
The Field: Pepperdine, USC, California, Washington, New Mexico, New Mexico State, UCLA, Washington State, UC Irvine, Texas Tech, Stanford, San Jose State, San Francisco, Portland State, Oregon State, Oregon, Long Beach State, Cal State Northridge and BYU.
The Format: The teams will play a total of 54 holes, 18 holes each day. Assigned tee times for Monday and Tuesday will begin at 8 a.m. from the first and 10th tees. Wednesday will feature an 8 a.m. shotgun start, according to Tuesday's scores.
Last Year: Pepperdine won the UCLA/Pioneer Electronics Classic in 2002, turning in a three-day score of 876 (+13). The Waves Katherine Hull was the individual medalist, setting a course and tournament record nine-under par 207 (at Menifee Lakes Country Club). The Cardinal did not compete in this event last year.
Up Next:The Cardinal will be back in action at the ASU/PING Invitational April 4-6 in Tempe, Arizona at the Karsten Golf Course (hosted by Arizona State).
Last Time Out:Stanford posted their third top-five finish of the season as they took fifth at the Wildcat Invitational, in Tucson, Ariz. with a three-round score of 902. Angela Rho led the team, finishing seventh (220) while Kim Rowton tied for ninth (222). Wendra Liang tied for 25th (227).