Cardinal Women In 19th After Day Two At NCAA Championships
May 21, 2003
West Lafayette, Ind. - The Stanford women's golf team shot a 321 in the second round of the NCAA Championships in West Lafayette, Ind., and are in 19th place overall with a two round score of 637. Southern California still leads the field by three strokes with a 608, followed by Oklahoma State (611). Rounding out the top five are Pepperdine (613), Ohio State (616), Florida (620) and Auburn (620).
Senior Kim Rowton continues to lead the Cardinal individually and is tied for eighth overall with a 151 (74-77). Junior Angela Rho is tied for 72nd at 161 (79-82) while teammate Wendra Liang is tied for 83rd (84-79). Freshman Kelly Husted is tied for 85th with a 164 (81-83). Junior Kim Kouwabunpat is tied for 94th (82-83).
Oklahoma State's Annie Thurman took over the lead individually with a two-round score of three-over par 147, followed by Washington State's Kim Welch (148). Florida's Aimee Cho and Auburn's Danielle Downey are tied for third (149). Three golfers are tied for fifth at 150.
Third round action continues tomorrow at the Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex on the Kampen Course.
Complete results are available at www.golfstat.com.
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