Cardinal Women Take 16th At NCAA Championships
May 23, 2003
West Lafayette, Ind. - The Stanford women's golf team shot a 301 on the final day of competition at the 2003 NCAA Championships to finish 16th overall with a four-round score of 1245. Southern California won the tournament with a score of 1197. Pepperdine took second (1212) followed by Texas (1213). Rounding out the top five were Ohio State (1214), UCLA (1216) and Oklahoma State (1216).
Senior Kim Rowton closed out her collegiate career with a tie for 28th individually after shooting a four-day total of 305 (74-77-79-75). Junior Angela Rho tied for 66th with a 312 (79-82-76-75) while teammate Kim Kouwabunpat tied for 73rd carding a 314 (82-83-73-76) for the tournament. Freshman Kelly Husted tied for 88th with a 321 (81-83-82-75) and sophomore Wendra Liang tied for 102nd with a 324 (84-79-79-82).
Medalist Mikaela Parmlid of Southern California won in a playoff against Florida's Andrea Vander Lende. Both finished with 72-hole scores of 297, before Parmlid won on the first-hole playoff. Parmlid led the field of 126 golfers. Arizona's Erica Blasberg and USC's Irene Cho tied for third (298) while Washington State's Kim Welch placed fifth (299).
Complete results can be found at www.golfstat.com