Cardinal Women Finish 12th At Regional Challenge
Feb. 9, 2005
The Stanford women's golf team shot a final round of 307 at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge in Palos Verdes, Calif., to finish 12th overall with a three-day score of 929. Pepperdine won the tournament with a 896. UCLA finished two strokes back (898), followed by Duke (900), Florida (904) and Washington (906).
Oklahoma State took sixth (909) while USC was seventh (912). Rounding out the top 10 were Ohio State (918), Arizona (923) and New Mexico (924).
Duke's Brittany Lang garnered top individual honors, firing an even par 213 for the tournament. Charlotte Mayorkas, from UCLA, was second (217) while Ohio State's Kristen White was third (220). USC's Irene Cho and Oklahoma State's Annie Thurman-Young tied for fourth (221).
Junior Kelly Husted moved into a tie for 25th after shooting a 74 today, to bring her three-round total to 229 (77-78-74). Teammate Jennifer Tangtiphaiboontana tied for 36th individually with a 231 (76-77-78). Sophomore Lauren Todd shot a 234 (83-75-76) to place 47th while senior Wendra Liang shot a 235 (79-77-79), tying for 48th. Cardinal Jenna Seki finished 80th (84-83-89--256).
Complete results can be found at www.golfstat.com
Final Team Results
1 Pepperdine, 8962 UCLA, 8983 Duke, 9004 Florida, 9045 Washington, 9066 Oklahoma State, 9097 USC, 9128 Ohio State, 9189 Arizona, 92310 New Mexico, 92411 Texas, 92812 Stanford, 92913 Arizona State, 93414 UNLV, 94315 Michigan State, 960
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