Anastasia Kostina Tied for Fifth at Women's World Amateur Team Championships
Oct. 21, 2004
RIO GRANDE, Puerto Rico - Washington State junior Anastasia Kostina remained in a tie for fifth after day two of the Women's World Amateur Team Championships at Rio Grande, Puerto Rico.
Kostina went into day two of the four-day tournament in a tie for fifth. She remained there after firing a 73 (+1), Thursday, putting her at 143 (-1) for the tournament. She is four strokes back of the leader.
Kostina Ranked 13th: After posting her first career victory at the Stanford Women's Intercollegiate last week, Kostina has moved up to No. 13 on the Women's Golfstat Cup rankings.
The Championships: The World Amateur Team Championships are conducted by the International Golf Federation (formerly the World Amateur Golf Council). The IGF is the governing body of golf in over 100 countries.
The championships, occurring every other year, are being held at the Rio Mar Country Club's Ocean and River Courses. The par-72 Ocean Course is 6,159-yards, and the par-72 River Course, designed by Greg Norman, is 5,956-yards.
Kostina and her teammates, Galina Rotmistrova and Maria Verchenova, will be competing for the Espirito Santo Trophy. There are 50 countries competing, with each team being comprised of two or three players. The two lowest scores are taken for each day, constituting the team score for the round. The four-day, 72-hole total, will be the team's score for the championship.