Cal Sends Three to World Amateur Team Championships
Nov. 18, 2004
BERKELEY, Calif. - California women's golf was well represented at the World Amateur Team Championships Oct. 20-23 at the Rio Mar Country Club in Puerto Rico.
The trio from Sweden won the team title with a 72-hole score of 567. Andersson posted rounds of 77, 72, 71 and 79 (299, T31st) on the par-72 courses. She equaled Karin Sjodin, the 2004 NCAA runner-up, for her team's best score in the third round.
The U.S. team tied for second with Canada at 570. Huarte tied for 23rd at 296 with rounds of 70, 79, 76 and 71.
New Zealand tied for ninth for its best-ever finish at 589, with Dury contributing scores of 77, 75, 71 and 71 to tie for 19th at 294. She fired her country's best rounds on the final two days of the competition.
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