Women's Golf Tied For 13th After One Round Of NCAA Fall Preview
Sept. 21, 2004
Sunriver, Ore. - The No. 6 USC women's golf team shot a 16-over-par 300 on Monday and are tied for 13th after one round of the NCAA Fall Preview held at The Meadows Golf Course.
USC is 17 strokes behind team leader Duke (283). Washington is second (285), Georgia is third (286), New Mexico is fourth (287) and Oklahoma State is fifth (289).
Junior All-American candidate Irene Cho shot a team-low 71 and is tied for 13th individually.
Duke's Brittany Lang shot a blistering 64 and is in first place, followed by Karin Sjodin of Oklahoma State and Kristen White of Ohio State at 67. Four more players are tied for fourth place at 68.
Also for USC, sophomore Veronica Felibert shot 75 and is tied for 46th, sophomore Catalina Marin shot 76 and is tied for 59th, junior Seiko Onoue shot 78 and is tied for 78th and freshman Jackie Desmond shot 82 and is tied for 97th.
The tournament continues on Tuesday with an 8 a.m. tee time.